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for sending text messages :
1. call to your network operator customer care 2. request the message center number... 3.note it down 4. go to message settings>message center number 5. insert the number which is noted by you and save it
this solves your messaging problem ... Good luc
-check message settings>message center number correct it then message validity period set to maximum time, -call settings>caller I.D. settings set to network default. -if still not working, reset all settings.
you need to format your phone so that you can receive messages again...input this code *#7370# and then click yes...enter your security code...after that your phone will reboot...it will automatically on..so please wait until the phone open..after that enjoy texting again..hope this will help you
Unfortunatly you have to call your cell carrier to RTN your phone which will erase everything in your phone. You may try to go to a store to get a software update. FYI. I worked for Sprint for 3 years.
hello there.... well it seems that the problem is with network you need to be with the network that solves your problem that is T-mobile...
get a T-mobile connection and transfer your mobile number to t-mobile...as AT&T tech support could not solve your problem its time to move ....you have tried every possible move yourself just go for better customer focused company