Lately I've been getting the following error "1121611611 - Error Invalid Number. Please re-send using a valid 10 digit mobile number or valid short code. .... (and then it lists the actual text that I attempted to send)
So then I go back in a re-send using a 10 digit number and I get the same message. What am I doing wrong?
I have brand new LG Vu and have the same problem with some texts but not all...I have AT&T and find this trouble with both others using AT&T and also outside of AT&T.
I have an unlocked T-Mobile Dash which I am using with AT&T sim card. I had a similar problem - whenever I booted the phone up, I was getting this sms (text) message, until I figured out what it was. The phone at bootup was sending a T-Mobile internal message to invoke the Favorite 5 list refresh, and it was a reply from AT&T network which didn't understand this message.
To fix it I simply removed this shortcut: \Windows\StartUp\My5MsgCenter.
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The problem is that even though you've switch your phone to AT&T the t-mobile Visual Voice Mail app is still trying to connect to t-mobile.
You need to: (1) go in to the phone's app settings(2) locate the t-mobile visual voice mail app (3) click on the"Disable" button. This should end the annoying messages.
In order to send a text message on the iPhone, you must have the entire 10-digit phone number in your phonebook. For example. If you are trying to send a text message to the phone number 555-1234, you must also enter the area code. If the area code it 412, you must put in 4125551234 for the phone number.
the phone could be tapped in some way meaning some body could of hacked thoguth the imei number and that means when a message gets sent to your phone and u reply they can be taking your credit this might be the case but it has been known
The phone probably has some flakey firmware. Have you tried to re-do the over the air programming? *228 with verizon or us cell. That may fix the problem, or you may have to take it to your local store to have the phone flashed. That resets all the memory to factory fresh. If that doest help let me know ill help all i can!
I have heard about this happening to unlocked phones on AT&Ts network. The best I can find is that the message is occuring because AT&T does automatic software updates based on your IMEI. The network checks on your phone at power up to see if any software updates are needed. If you are using an unlocked phone the IMEI is not one that AT&T has information on or your IMEI is not correct in the account. Motorola may be able to provide assistance in stopping the mesasage. or maybe AT&T can disable the updates.