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#11
No luck even after disabling the service sms-activation-intex.service
seems like sms-activation-intex.timer launches it again

but both are disabled, still it sends SMS
(It was disabled as normal user not root)

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Well, seems to be working for me when run as nemo. The journal has no trace of that service being executed after last reboot. But anyway, I rebooted again a while back, to be sure. Service status shows disabled when I checked after the reboot. Will update how it turns out.
 

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Well, seems to be working for me when run as nemo. The journal has no trace of that service being executed after last reboot. But anyway, I rebooted again a while back, to be sure. Service status shows disabled when I checked after the reboot. Will update how it turns out.
For me it was showing disabled but no luck
I will check with devel-su now
 

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#14
You are right that didn't work. But this time the phone sent an SMS after four hours. Anyway, the status of sms-activation-intex.timer was shown as active all this while and service was shown disabled.

Is there a specific way to disable a timer? What I found in my search is to manually manipulate the timer file.
 

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#15
You could try to mask the sms timer with systemd:

systemctl stop sms-activation-intex.timer

systemctl mask sms-activation-intex.timer

If it's a user timer like the service you have to use the --user option.
 

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#16
Masking the timer with and without --user seems to be working
 

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Right, masking the timer worked like a charm! Thanks mautz.
 

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#18
how about this link?

https://together.jolla.com/question/...rom-aqua-fish/

(haven't tried yet, my device is still on its way)..
 

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#19
How can i know , if my phone is sending this sms. I havent been able to see these said messages. After buying the phone , i have travelled internationally and used it in at least two countries . I still havent noticed any drop in my account balance. If it was sending messages , i would have at least noticed when i was on international roaming. Is there any logs or sent messages folder which i can check to see if this is happening. Or is this occurring to only few phones?
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#20
@Ravi, those actions can be found among journal entries.
As root, type #journalctl -b | grep sms-activation
-b returns journals in current boot. Anyway, Aquafish's journals are by default configured to be volatile and allocated a very small storage space. I made it persistent and increased the log size manually to monitor better. So if you are having a very long uptime, old entries might have already been popped out. To see the time at which your journal starts, simply type journalctl as root and check first line.
 

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