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Re: Error message when texting on Ericsson K750i mobile
Sometimes because of a phone bug or a SIM error, the "Service Centre" for SMS messages is changed. Please call your cellular Service Provider, and ask for their SMS Service Centre settings. Then, go to Messages > Settings > Text Message > Service Centre. Make sure the number you were given by the Service Provider matches the one written there. If not, please changed to the one given to you by the Service Provider.
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Issue is not with your phone.. Your wife's phone or network might have a problem.. Wat about the msgs sent to others from your wife's phone.. Check the message centre number in your wife's phone.. If it's correct(Find it from the network provider) remove it and restart the phone. Or try entering the same message centre number. (No proofs, but stillthis cliche works... Try restarting the phone, remove the sim and insert it properly again.. Use a different sim in your wife's phone, send a few msgs, check it works.. then try sending msgs from your wife's sim from her phone).. Reply back if it works...
I have an unlocked T-Mobile Dash which I am using with AT&T sim card. I had a similar problem - whenever I booted the phone up, I was getting this sms (text) message, until I figured out what it was. The phone at bootup was sending a T-Mobile internal message to invoke the Favorite 5 list refresh, and it was a reply from AT&T network which didn't understand this message.
To fix it I simply removed this shortcut: \Windows\StartUp\My5MsgCenter.
Error message 38 means there was some type of problem with the number
to which you were texting. When sending a text message, make sure you
are sending the message to a ten-digit mobile number (assuming you are
in the US). If you're sending a text message to an entry you've saved
to your address book, make sure that you stored the number with area
code in your address book.
If all of that checks out, or if you've had no problems texting to this
exact number before, you will want to place a call to customer service
with your wireless service provider. They can look at message logs
within their network to see what happened and why the attempt failed.