My phone simply will not receive messages out of its inbox. when you click on inbox it takes you back to the previous window, either main screen or if you select messages through menu, it takes you back to main menu. my friend has one as well which she purchased around the same time, and it does the same thing. does anyone else have this problem?
I went on a site and found this im not sure if it works but im going to try it.
MOTOROLA V3X MESSAGE PROBLEM: "Try going into ur phonebook and recent received calls list and access every number... if anyone knocks u back to ur homescreen then it means that/those contacts are corrupt... delete them and all will be fine. (remember to write them down so u can re-enter them.
Or... it may be the last text in ur inbox is from one of those corrupt contacts.. doing the above should solve it but u may also want to try sending ur self a text... chances are it would not be corrupt so since it's the most recent u should be able to go into ur Inbox... then try accessing the other text messages and whichever one knocks u back to the homescreen is the one with the corrupt number... go to ur phonebook and delete that number. "
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Hi,kindly go to menu>messages>multimedia message>inbox then you go to the mms message you need.but if you are not getting any mms,you will have to call your service provider help desk to help you with the mms setting activation on your mobile. Wish you good luck,
If your message is received, you will see it in the INBOX folder.
If it has not been retrieved, retrieve it (make sure you have proper settings for the MMS to work). Highlight the message and click left softkey (options) and look for similar options to retrieve message from your network operator.
After you have retrieved it simply read like you are reading text messages.
The MMS delivery process is triggered by a special SMS
message called the "MMS Notification". The "MMS
Notification" contains a URL pointer back to the full content of the MMS
message. So when the receiving phone gets the MMS Notification, it must connect
to the URL in the notification in order to retrieve the actual message content.
The error that you include above looks like the URL cannot
If it worked before, but it does not work now ... then it is
possible that something has changed with regard to your firewall or network
configuration. The receiving device needs to actually connect back to host
server in order to retrieve the MMS content.
It is also possible that something has changed in the
configuration at your mobile operator. Hope it will be helpful to you.
For forwarding sms messages, i click on the sender and the next screen will be "call number" and the next line is "send text message". I then click the OK button and the messages will be highlighted in blue. Under menu the press "forward". there may be a shorter way but havent found it yet
am unable to send SMS messages?
As a set limitation to the phone's design, if the SMS Inbox is consumed, the phone's alternative is to send as an MMS.
If a customer is calling and their phone is sending SMS messages as MMS messages, please advise them that they may have an excessive amount of SMS messages in their inbox. Advise them that deleting some or all of these messages should correct the problem. To delete messages:
I had this same problem and called Motorola for support. The solution is to clear text/mms message inbox and outbox. The default setting on my phone was to never clear the inbox but I changed that to remove messages when they are 10 days old, I have not experienced the problem since.
The phone allocates a certain amount of storage for messages on a whole. Even though there may still show space available for text messages, you have hit an invisible "limit" and the phone is now defaulting to MMS messages because there is "room" there. Delete a fair amount of messages and you should be able to start sending regular text's again.