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Power on* Make sure your cell is
on this is a no brainer but it needs to be on in order to send and
recieve a text, so turn on that cell phone.
Menu* On my cellphone
I go to the Menu in order to see my text messages what ever option you
have go to where you recieve or make a text message. Also after I have
gone to menu I see messaging hit that option next.
Settings* This is the next
option that you will to in order to add a signature to all of your
outgoing text messages. Next go to all messages here you will see
several options, there should be a signature option this is where you
want to be in order to add the signature to every text.
Turn it on* Most phones
will not have the option on to add the signature this is something you
must do on your own. For my phone it only allows 15 characters than you
can add whatever saying you want. Mine says live&learn&luv. I
try and live by this so I thought it would be a great signature to have
for my text messages.
yeah there right it dont work but i have a solution for it go to ur quick notes go down 4 lines and type it then when u go messagin click insert>quicknotes>then chose the phrase u want as ur auto signature
ok on cingular/at&t its not possible but there is a ghetto way of doing it go to ur quick notes and go down 4 lines then type what u would want as your autosignature then when u get done typing ur message press insert>then go to quicknotes then choose what u wanted as ur autosignature then send.