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Freezes when going to reply to txt message

When I recieve a txt mesage and go to reply it goes into the reply screen but the screen is different and I can't reply. I have toget out of it and turn the phone of and on again to make it work. I was told I might have to reset, upgrade or send away. I don't want to send away as they take too long. Is their an easier solution.
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  • ashlin Sep 26, 2008

    Can you tell me how to update windows.

    The scren when I go to reply doesn't have all the message on it and the txt is lighter, basically it is blank and you can't type anything to reply to the message.

    No I don't have any other applications other than what it came with.

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Updating windows can help. Do you have any extra applications, to work with messages? remove them if you do. You told that the reply screen is different. what are the differences between this one and the normal one?

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