Ok, here is what you do to delete your messages in the inbox:
1. First you press your messages button where they are located 2. Now scroll down to where it says Inbox and make sure it is highlighted 3. Next press the button that looks like two pieces of papers one on top of the other...it is next to the OK button in the middle but on the left side. 4. Next you will see something that says Setup...press OK 5. Scroll down to where it says Cleanup press OK and you will see Inbox and Sent Items on there. Choose your Inbox ( you can also do the same for sent items) 6. Now just choose how often or how many messages you want cleaned up...then press the OK button. 7. It will automatically ask you if you want to do this now...choose yes
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To delete text messages you go into your indox under "messages", highlight the message you would like to delete, press the menu key and select delete.
Your "memory low" message keeps coming up because your memory not only holds your messages but EVERYTHING else as well.....pics, games, ringtones, etc. Try getting rid of things you don't need to gain more space. You might want to look into getting a SD card if your phone is capable. Hope this helps you. :)
Now there are two ways you can resolve the low storage problems for your text messaging issue.
The first one is to delete the unwanted messages and then you will not get the warning; and you will be able to receive your text messages again.
The second is to introduce a bigger memory module card into your phone and save the sent messages to that; however the issue with this is that you will still end up with the same problem eventually.
Now my way though of resolving this is a combination of the above; but instead of saving the sent and received messages onto your handset; why not download and keep them on a PC or a laptop, using available software to synchronise with your phone and computer. Then you can simply delete all your messages in one hit, straight off of the phone and you will have all of your free space on your phone again.
I hope that this is the fixya for you and I look forward to hearing how you get on with this.
go to inbox and click options delete messages....
to switch of ur dictionary go to message text editor and click options and search of prediction and then click off...:) thats it...bt jus see the wording in ur mob..this is general for every mobile!!!
One of my few complaints about my Z3 is the low message capacity. I have a 2gb sd card in there...why can't I store more than 500 texts? But...500 is a lot more than 10, there's definitely a problem here. I know there's a way to change the default storage location, although I'm not sure it will change the location of texts or not. Here's how to do it: Go to the main menu and select "Settings". Scroll down to "Phone Status" and select it. Then select "Download Location" and finally, select the memory card.
Now...What concerns me the most is the 4Tb message flood O_o