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Re: Can't Text Message on my wing
Make sure you have the current version on your device. Log in to your T-Mobile account and go to Support then click on Phone & Device. You should be able to verify what your version is upon upgrading to the newest software. When I had my Wing, I did that and it helped tremendously with texting, freezing, resetting, and it also helped with security settings also. Also, be sure that you dont have alot of texts in the inbox, outbox, drafts, and sent folder that drastically decreases the device's physical memory and causes freezing also. Try to keep all pictures, files, videos, music, and 3rd party applications on your memory card. Windows Mobile devices are known for bugs and freezing and any little thing can set them off.
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Go your message setting. There is option where you'll save your message and choose save to memory card. Delete all message in inbox and outbox folder, delete all cache in your browser and close all active applications. Try to send text message. If the notification "Memory full" still appear you must uninstall a one or more application (not just close it but uninstall it) to make some space in your phone memory. Choose application that you don't use the most. If the problem persist, format your phone back to factory setting.
you can try to restart the phone. The only problem with that is that everything you have saved on ur phone gets deleted unless its on a memory card. What you have to do is turn off your phone then wait a couple of seconds then hold the power button along with the to line buttons by the green phone and the end call button. After you hold them down you wiil see a screen that will have some writing when that shows up you press the green phone button. After that it will restart but its going to take a while for it to restart. then when its done deleting everything its going to ask you to tap the screen the its going to ask you to do the align screen. you can skip the rest after you skip it the pocket pc page will come up and it will show you its installing everything when its done it will turn off and start up again. and there you go like new. if that doesnt help the you should go get it checked out..
It took me a long *** time to fix my wing, but this is the only way i found. shout out to my homie muhammed for showing me:
hold both left and right toggle button simultaneously, and use stick to press the reset button. continue to hold buttons....
it will reformat. press send to wipe the phone.
then, use active sync to completely wipe the micro sd memory card once wipe is complete
this will delete the static charge virus
lastly, go to tmobile website and download the rom software upgrade.
reconnect the wing to your pc
charge the phone past 50%
click on the new software upgrade icon and follow instructions.
the screen will show 3 lines, green red and blue with the new upgrade version numbers.
once complete, you have completely upgraded the tmobile wing to the fullest extent
if this does not work, then sadly enough.... your problem is from
dropping your phone too many times and causing the components to become
loose connections. aka the sliding keyboard.
i also noticed that the only thing stopping the keyboard from stopping
is a tiny square piece of plastic. but then again, this phone was
crafted in china. chinese plastic isn't the most sturdy composite
Go to messages and to the left it says "inbox" and to the right it should say one of the following....Received, message type, subject or from. click on that... Then choose one of the options..
RECEIVED: Let's you sort the messages by the date you received them either last ones first or new ones first. To change which order you just have to hit received twice. Then scroll up to the top with the bar to the right.
FROM: Let's you sort messages by the sender. For example all "tony's" messages will be together and all "sally's" messages will be together.
SUBJECT: It will sort your messages according to what they say. For example if you have two messages that start with "I'm not home" they will be grouped together. It puts all the messages in alphabetical order no matter the date time or sender,
MESSAGE TYPE; Ok this one is a little tricky. This one sorts your picture messages together, your sim messages together and regular text messages together. They may be in alphabetical order too.
Now if you would like your newest messages first this is what you can do. Hit received and make sure your at the top of your messages (if not scroll up) and if the newest message is the first one there. Your all set. If not repeat the process and then scroll up (assuming you have a lot of texts). Let me know if I helped!
I don't know what kind of phone you have but I have a T-mobile Wing. To stop it on that phone you go to settings. Then select "input" then "word completion" and uncheck the option to "suggest words when entering a text." The wing runs Windows mobile 6.0 so I don't know about yours.