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sir, mainly it's because u have less memmory in ur phone memmory change ur sms memory to ur memmory card and i'll tell how to do it
5.memory in use
6.change it to memory card
now all will work fine or else u will have to format ur mobile and the way to format is...
1. take the backup of the contacts and the messages
2.switch off the mobile phone
3. switch it onn at the same time u have to press ash button 3 button and the call button at the same time... phone will be formatted now all things are roll backed....
hope all will be fine..... hoping the best..
its means that your inbox is full with incoming messages,so delete some messages is the solution its actually means that your default message memory is phone memory to avoid such problem in future, and if your phone support memory card , then go to the message settings change the memory option to memorty card from the phone memory....
press one of the ports for the voice mail (on the right of the handset) when prompted to enter your password enter **789# the prompt should say enter function enter 405# the greeting should start playing either press # to confirm or re record the greeting when finished recording the day and night (if required)greetings press # until the prompt says enter function enter 111# to exit programming
This is normal. T-Mobile does this. Unless the person is in your contact list it only says the number. There is no solution, because that is not a problem. They did this on purpose, I do not know why. But this is how it is.
Pick a spare button and label it CALL LOG. Now press PROG that button and dial 54 STORE. Ooh, it should light up. Now press it and your display will show 3 of the 4 lines of CID info from the calls to your set. The navigator button will show the rest, just keep pressing the UP, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT buttons. When you run out of items to display, the light and INCOMING CALL display will go out.
If you press 54 and the 3 digit number of your incoming call group (maybe 601 by default) it will follow the incoming calls to the entire call group.
there are only settings on the phone that will stop sending of messages, settings will not stop the receiving of messages (unless their mms - picture messages). I would suggest you speak to your network as it maybe something on your account at their end that needs fixing?
Incoming mesages (sms) are directed at your mobile number so the phone will receive them as you do a call.
Let us know how you get on?
The new phone registered existing voice mail. I thought it would only display incoming events. So retrieving messages from the phone service provider solved my "New Message" display quandry. Too simple.