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The last text was sent over a week ago, at 07:50 on the 8th of March. It contained just three letters:
One uppercase letter followed by two lowercase. Nothing more, nothing less. The auto-capitalisation function in the message settings most likely accounts for the initial ‘X’, it being the beginning of the sentence. It’s not much of a sentence, but these functions don’t precursor what’s going to be typed; they’re democratic that way. The setting comes as standard, turned on at the factory and most people don’t change it. Why would they? It’s an easy semblance to a basic knowledge of the English language.