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I keep tons of text messages on my iPhone, and it seems to be such a mess! In order to better manage them, and also to release some data for the upcoming new ones, i decided to get them to my computer! This method did good job:
I had the same problem and came to this site for help but the solutions didn't solve the problem of "cannot send text message" on htc touch hd. All service numbers correct. Went to START/SETTINGS/CONNECTIONS/ADVANCED NETWORK/SMS SERVICE then changed from "gprs" to "gprs preferred". Double checked and had reverted to "GSM" but sms now works - finally!!! Hope this helps.
1) *#7370#, then enter 12345 (This is the default security code unless the user has changed
it) and then Yes. The phone then wipes all apps and phonebook contacts
on the internal memory.
if problem persists then pls update ur
phone software from www.nokia.com select ur region and ur phone from
list then download software update application backup ur data if it
lets u do it and then download the phone software and update ur phone
with latest software everything will be ok i can guide u further if u want me to PLS RATE ME FIXYA for help !
I had that problem, normally, when you use the Advanced View in the Sprint Backup software, you can choose which objects you want to save, but if you don't mark SMS or ActiveSync will have problems later. Solution, make a hard reset, only way I found.
Can you be anymore specific than "i had tried all possiblities"?
The obvious answer would by to install VLC or PocketTV but have you tried this and if so what was the result?
lastly what format are your video files in and is that format supported by your chosen player?