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it sounds like you may have used the memory installing apps try either uninstalling a few or put them on the memory card thus freeing up the additional memory required for the txt messages ive had this happen with my phone uninstalling or sending the apps to the memory card shold slove the issuse you can send them to your memory card by going into settings selecting the app you wish to move then clicking the tab that will say move to sd card or something similar have a great day hope this is helpfull
Hi,i think the phone message memory is full and you have to delete some old messages in order to create free space in the phone memory message which will then remove the message icon,but if this problem remains it means this problem is as a result of virus which has infected your phone,
however the best solution to your problem is to flash the entire ROM(random operating memory) of the phone to get rid of the virus which will inturn remove the message icon
Aftre checking twice to ensure I truly had no remaining phone/text/etc. messages (i.e. not initially trusting the "you have no voicemail" lady), I still had the blinking Voicemail Icon on my Verizon (Casio) GzOne Boulder. I turned it off and on, and it simply went away. Reboots triumph again. Since most of us leave our phones on 24/7, betting many don't try a repower/reboot. This is also way less risky than having some new Tech Support person mess with your account ("remove voicemail and put it back on", per the above comment). Until they have less buggy software/firmware, simply reboot.
Problem solved! Turns out that my son didn't realize that you have to call your voicemail box and delete voice messages by pressing "7" on the keypad. He thought that when you pressed "erase all" on the text message menu it erased voice mail, too. So the mailbox was full, as it only holds twenty messages. Sometimes the most obvious solution is the solution!