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Thanks, but you seem to miss some of my points....
a) I know it's 2-factor and by design, but I don't have this issue on any other device and I use several..... and it is a pain.
b) It is not a phone issue. See c).
c) It's not SMS spam as the stupid text is inside the same message as the code (see below left). And the code is correct so some moron thinks their funny is adding some carp to the legit code ("Ghe tham" is Vietnamese, btw). I actually think that the veriifcation is not automatic, otherwise why would i get these stupid pieces of text with the code? Surely booking.com does not propgram their codes with unfunny text like this? A real message is on the right. i believe that here there is some human intervention and that is why it takes 3 goes to get a response...uncool.
d) Doesn't look like there's anything there related to my issues...