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Flashing envelope on screen but no new text message

Constantly got a flashing envelope at the top of main screen but there are no new text messages. Tried switching off, removing sim and battery and then back on but still there. Annoying. Any ideas?

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  • Anonymous Jan 26, 2009

    i have same problem, have you managed to fix it yet

  • Anonymous Feb 27, 2009

    Got the vibration signaling I had new txts, but then its just a flashing envelope and there's no new msgs. -.-

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Go to messaging...select my folders...options...SIM messages and delete...bingo no flashing message

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It could be a severe whether alert that you haven't opened, go to messaging and go to CMAS open any unopened messages. This worked for me.

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