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Long press on any thread(or you can enter a thread and delete a specific message not the whole conversation) and scroll down to 'Delete thread' / 'Delete message'. Note: a thread is where all the messages are stored from a specific contact(that`s the first thing you see when you enter 'Messaging').
To delete a thread in the default Android messaging app to the following: - Open the Messaging app - Tap the thread you want to delete. - Tap the menu button on your phone (the one with 4 lines) - Tap "More" - Tap "Delete thread"
This procedure should be similar for other messaging programs, like Handcent, but the menu names may not be the same.
Try to delete the messages individually also try where the message box is with all your threads tap & hold the thread your trying to erase and then a box should appear and one of the selections is delete this thread. If that method doesn't work do this:
go to Settings> Applications> Manage Applications> All (I don't know how it is exactly on the Hero as I am using Froyo you need to get the list of all applications.)> Messages> Now Tap: "Force Stop"> and now Tap: "Clear Data"
Using the last method will erase all your messages in all your threads, so if you have information you need in any of your threads be sure to write down what you need.