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Iphone: Use the Character Count in Text Messaging

Enable this feature under Settings and messages, and you will see your character in mind when you write your text message. Note that you must write 2 lines of text before it is displayed.

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my nokia E63 won't send text messages. It will receive them, make calls and receive calls.


First check all the message setting i.e 1.Center number should start with prefix +........Character support it should be "Full" and the "Message sent as" should be "Text".If all these settings are correct the only way to solve is to contact / call the particular customer care.Good luck.

Sep 27, 2011 | Nokia E63 Cell Phone

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how do i reset the settings so that the default message is SMS


Changing your text message
settings
Your KC550 message settings are predefined so that you can send messages immediately. If you would like to change the settings, you
can do this using the Settings options.
Press Menu, select Messaging, then choose
Settings and Text message. You can make
changes to:
Message types - Convert your text into
Voice, Fax, Paging, X.400, Email or ERMES.
Validity period - Choose how long your
message is stored at the message centre.
Delivery report - Choose to receive confi rmation that your message was
delivered. Reply charging - Choose to be billed for your message recipient’s reply. Message centre number - Enter the details
for your message centre. Character encoding - Choose how your
characters are encoded. This impacts the size of your message and therefore data charges. Send long text as - Choose whether to
send your message as SMS or MMS when you enter a text longer than 2 pages in the message field.
Bearer setting - Choose whether to send your messages via GSM or GPRS. Changing your multimedia message
settings Your KC550 message settings are predefi
ned so that you can send messages
immediately. If you would like to change the settings, you
can do so using the Settings options. Press Menu, select Messaging, then choose Settings and Multimedia message.
You can make changes to:
Slide duration - Choose how long your
slides appear on screen. Priority - Choose the priority level of your
multimedia message. Validity period - Choose how long your
message is stored at the message centre. Delivery report - Choose to allow and/or request a delivery report.

FOR MORE SEE USER MANUAL
good luck

Mar 21, 2010 | LG KC550 Triband GSM 5MP Camera MP3 Phone...

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AT&T SMS Settings for Unlocked Samsung Blackjack 2


ATT tech support & several web forums confirm that sending a SMS from your computer via an IM, (like Yahoo Messenger,etc.) to a PDA cellular is web based and requires a data plan. However, you can send a text message via email to cellular phones and receive replies. It is easy and just as fast. You have to know the recipients carrier to obtain the proper email address. For instance, to an ATT phone the address is: 10digitphonenumber@txt.att.net Remember that most carriers have a character limit (ATT is 160).

See this link for a complete list of other carriers & email addresses- http://www.mydigitallife.info/2008/10/28/send-free-text-message-with-hundreds-of-email-to-sms-gateway-or-internet-web-sms-from-operator/

Aug 18, 2009 | Samsung Blackjack SGH-I607 Smartphone

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Only allowede 70 characters when texting.


Your phone isnt set to the correct character support. Go to text messages and go down the list till you find settings. select text message settings and find "Character support" if its set to "unicode" change it to auto or GSM-Alphabet (Y).. Good luck

Jan 26, 2009 | Samsung J700 Cellular Phone

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