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menu -> settings -> phone profiles -> on the opposite site of normal profile you have sign like >> in square, click on them, now on the right top corner you see option like incoming then click on "incoming" option it displays three option incoming, new messages and phone sound. click on "new messages" then you can change the message tone surely.
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....
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.
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.
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