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I had a similar problem when dealing with my own phone of the same type. The only permanent solution is to engage the master reset which you can find in the settings folder. A temporay solution is to go to your outbox, and you'll have a message that either has a little red x on it or just is a plain letter shape. if you try to delete this it will say one or more messages can't be deleted. make sure you change it's status to canceled, then select it choose send to drafts. make sure there are no messages in your outbox and only the one message you just moved to drafts in that folder. it still will npot allow you to delete the message. remove your battery while the phone is still on. replace reboot go to drafts and you should be able to then delete the message from drafts. if you still can't the only option i see, which is what i did, is to use the master reset
I too use the Sony Ericson Z750a. If the phone freezes up or it does not respond to the button presses, then switch off the mobile and switch it on again. If the problem persists, you can remove the battery and and the sim and put it back again. Then you will find the mobile to be normal again.
you have the option of transferring musinc files to you phone memory or to your memory card. however, it is recommended that you use the memory card when storing large files like mp3s.
when transferring files from your pc to your memory card, you can use a bluetooth connection (note: you need a bluetooth donggle to do this), or via a data cable (should be included in the package when you bought the phone - just follow the instructions in the accompanying cd when installing the software). with these two options, you can now transfer your music files to your phone.
another option is by directly transferring the music files to the memory card using a card reader that is attached to your pc. your memory card will be detected as a removable drive when doing this. you can easily click and drag (or copy) your files to your memory card.