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for sending text messages : 1.go to your message settings and check the message center number to see if it is correct 2. call to your network operator customer care 3. request the message center number... 4.note it down 5. go to message settings>message center number 6. insert the number which is noted by you and save it
hi, if you are having trouble sending or recieving text messages then the fisrt thing you need to do is delete all the sent and recieved messages and also drafts due to the fact that if your memory is full this will give you loads of problem sending and recieving text or mms messages so deleting these will then get your messages working again.
If how ever you still cant send or recieve text messages then the chances are that your message center number is wrong or got mest up, what you need to do is contact your service provider and ask them to send you the text message center number settings, they will then tell you the correct message center number and how to change this setting on your phone.
They wont charge for this and it will only take 2 minutes to solve your problem.
Hi, the problem you are having could be one of several problems, now the 1st and most likely is a memory problem, if you have low memory your phone cant store the out going message so it dont let you send it. so go through your phone and delete these inbox/outbox/sent/drafts/ basically go through your messages and delete all the ones you dont need, most phones store every out going message so this then keeps building up in either outbox or sent messages so make sure you delete all these and then give your phone a try and you should find it will now let you send a message.
now the other problem you might have is with your message center number, this may have got mest up so if deleting messages dont solve your problem then i would say this number is wrong and all you need to do to solve this problem is call your service provider and tell them your having problems sending messages and you think the problem is with the message center number so ask them to send you the latest settings, they will send you these via txt message and this will then update your phone to the correct settings your service provider wont charge you for this service so give them a call and then this should sort it out for you
let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok
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Hello,the problem you are facing now is simply because you have deleted your message center number mistakenly,kindly visit your message center number through your messages icon menu,you then move to message settings there you would see your message center number.if just a digit is deleted from the message center number you will not be able to send messages.all you need to do is to look for someone who is on the same network with you to copy out the message center number correctly and compare with the one you have on your phone,or you can slao get the message center number from your service provider.
You may have accidently deleted the Message center number.
Go to --> Mssg settings --> text messages --> Service center number. In
case you do not recall your message center number, call your service provider.
Hope this helps.
this problem is due to the text message service center number text message service center number option is available text message settings in this you can see service center number Note down on any paper as it is (+9198xxxxxxxx) then delete the service center number after deleting create or add the new service center number in this you fill the same number which you note down in your copy save it and go back to main screen then restart your phone your can than send/ receive messages
if it not works go to the shop and get the text message service center number and follow the same procedure but the number you fill is you get from the shop. (NOT THAT NUMBER WHICH YOU NOTE DOWN IN YOUR COPY).
You'll have to call your service provider. The SIM card stores a phone number for the network's text message center. For some reason, this phone has a glitch where it deletes the center number. Your service provider might be able to update it remotely but I had to take the SIM out and place it in an older phone so I could enter the text message center number manually. This fixed the problem.
Hmmm... It seems that did something wrong. I think you may be by mistake change Service Center number which is locating at Text Message setting. You can see it and if anyone have same connection which one you have then go to his service center number write the same number at yours setting. If it is not possible for you or this thing not solve your problem then call your customer care center they will guild you. Because the scenario which you describe there is only two possible reasons.. 1. change of service center number. 2. block sms facility from your service provider.