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Open your phone
Press the Center Key (the key in the middle of the arrow ring)
Press the Up arrow key three times (to highlight Messaging)
Press the center key
Press the left softkey button (to access the options)
Press the Down arrow once (to highlight Erase Messages)
Press the Center key
Press the center key (to access Erase All Messages)
Press the left softkey (to confirm Yes Erase All Messages)
All your text messages are now deleted.
Auto save will automatically save your sent messages and the auto Erase will delete after a certain amount of messages so that your mailbox won't fill up and have to be manually deleted to receive new messages.
Unfortunatly you have to call your cell carrier to RTN your phone which will erase everything in your phone. You may try to go to a store to get a software update. FYI. I worked for Sprint for 3 years.