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Ok click Menu and scroll down to Contacts. Then click contacts and on the next screen click names. Now here you can pick a name that you want to delete and then click Options. From here scroll all the way to the end and click Delete.
Now if you receive or sends allot of texts then you need to click the Back button and then click Messages. Now check your Inbox first and then choose a message to delete. Click Option, scroll down to Delete and click that. You will have to do this with every message. It's time consuming but it does go by fast. Now after you delete all those messages check your Sent folder and delete those too. Click Sent Items and choose which message you want to delete. Now click Options and click delete. Doing all of this will free up so much space.
Sorry for this being so long but I want to make sure you know how to do this. Good luck!
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ok read and do it carefully you can remove this icon by followng steps Press Menue Button Open Messeging Now Press Options choose SIM Messages Mark All Messeges and copy to INBOX Mark all again and Delete all messages Press Back button Little envelope flashing will no more Thanks
As far as I know, the Viewty software is only compatible with windows. It also comes on a tiny disc which might get eaten up by your Mac. However, you can tell the Viewty to behave like a USB memory stick, which should work with the majority of OSs out there, including Mac. LG will tell you that their software is great. As a viewty user, I will tell you that their software is awful. It doesn’t offer much more functionality than by using the viewty as a plain ol’ memory stick, and I don’t mind sacrificing that functionality for the sake of usability. The software crashed every single time I tried to use it. One of the features the viewty doesn’t have is an obvious way to delete all text messages. However, all hope is not lost. By clicking what I call the “right click” button (or what you might call “the button in the bottom left with the three horizontal lines on it”), it’ll bring up a list of options. Scroll down to “Mark/Unmark” and it’ll turn your inbox into a list with radio buttons. Check the radio button right at the top of the screen (next to “Inbox”) and then hit the “delete” button down at the bottom. That’s how you can delete all your text messages! The delete key on the viewty is actually a button (surprisingly). At the bottom of the handset you have a green phone icon, a red phone icon, and a central button which looks like a “C”. That central button is the delete button. What looks like the touch-screen delete button is actually a “return to previous” button. This feature seems to be a problem for a lot of people - I know I first got confused the first time I used my viewty and tried to delete text on it. This button on the homescreen of the viewty is the easiest way to access your web browser. The long way is “menu” -> “extras” -> “O2 active” -> home. I’ll cover some of the features of the web browser at a later date. This button on the homescreen of the viewty is the easiest way to access your web browser. The long way is “menu” -> “extras” -> “O2 active” -> home. I’ll cover some of the features of the web browser at a later date. rate it;;;;;;;;thanks