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HOW and WHERE to Post a Topic

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SEARCH FUNCTION:

PRIOR to posting a new topic, please assure the subject content for a particular device and/or issue has not previously been posted and/or discussed. If so, your post should be a continuation under that Topic. The search function should ALWAYS be used for this purpose PRIOR to posting a new Topic.

DEVICE AND SUBJECT MATTER:

When posting a new Topic, include a complete description in the Subject box that clearly identifies the device and summarizes the nature of the Topic thereunder.

As an example, posting a topic of “help with a problem” is vague at best. A topic should list the device followed by a short summary of the specific problem.

For example, “NEXR5GO will not detect modem” would be a proper topic subject. This format allows other members having the same issue to easily find this Topic in order to resolve the same issue.

All new Topics MUST be posted under the correct forum heading that corresponds to the device and/or subject content.

Use proper grammar and sentences. It is also easier to quote and/or address issues in a post if each issue is included in a separate paragraph with a spacing between them. This makes it easier to read than one long paragraph with 25 incomplete sentences addressing 15 different issues.

IMAGES AND PHOTOS:

All Images and Photos shall be embedded in the post. DO NOT post links to images hosted elsewhere--which are subject to not be available next month. See the Instructions for embedding an image.

AT COMMANDS, CODE AND SCRIPTS:

All AT Commands, Codes and Scripts that are posted on this forum should be contained in code brackets which are accessible on the tool bar under <\> button. The code brackets should also be used when posting the return of a modem's results after entering an AT command.

USE OF PERSONAL MESSAGES:

DO NOT Personal Message a member requesting help or support. Post a topic under the proper forum.
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