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Press the Menu button (in the center of the four directional arrows) to bring up your settings menu, then scroll to the left to get to the Messaging menu. Click the left options button for the Settings screen, then select #5 from the list, Signature. Scroll down to select Custom, and then type the signature that you want to use and choose OK to save it.
Im wondering the legitimacy of the text you recieved if it was actually real. As a standard practice, Most wireless carriers never solicit you for an extra warranty through a text message. Those who sent you that message might be phishing for personal info and you might have fallen into the trap.
Your best bet is to contact the dealer you purchased your phone from for further assistance with this problem.
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