Okay, so one morning I was scrollin down the options thing, and went to security, and went to erase. It erased everything on my phone, and I had no idea how to fix it. But my friend said, 'ohh, try calling *228.' So I did. And it worked. Sort of. I can't send or revieve picture or video messages, and I can't call anyone, but I don't know if anyone can call me, I havn't tested it yet. Please, help.
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Erasing Phone Content Use the Security menu to quickly erase all the content you have created or stored in your phone. 1.Press > Settings > Reset/Delete and enter your lock code. 2.Select Delete Stuff. 3.Highlight an option and press . Messages to delete all messages. Call Logs to delete all call logs. Browser Cookies and Cache to delete the browser's cookies and cache
Open your phone
Press the Center Key (the key in the middle of the arrow ring)
Press the Up arrow key three times (to highlight Messaging)
Press the center key
Press the left softkey button (to access the options)
Press the Down arrow once (to highlight Erase Messages)
Press the Center key
Press the center key (to access Erase All Messages)
Press the left softkey (to confirm Yes Erase All Messages)
All your text messages are now deleted.
click HOME, then go to SETTINGS, then you go down to MORE, then go to SECURITY, and it will ask for a USER LOCK ( it is the last FOUR digits of your cell phone number like for ex. 555-465-6788. 6788 could be the last for digits if this was somebody's cell phone number. after that click ERASE/RESET, and erase ALL of your Web cache; web history; and web cookies and erase all of your messages if you scroll down.
Go into a new text message and hit the "send to" option.Scroll down to the first name above the line and hit the "options" button.Scroll down and select "Recent messages" and choose whoever from that list that you'd like to be your top 3.I actually just sent all three of mine a blank text, but when I went back to the "send to" list voila!MORE INFO:I tried all kinds of things to remove names from my top three recipients list.What ended up working was to send a text to multiple recipients at once.Two was enough. But it was important who I selected first. I sent a message to my wife and my friend.My wife's name got added back to my top three! Then I reversed and sent a message to my friend and to my wife. His name got added back!
I took a wack at it and it took me an hour to figure it out. Okay where is the way go to the messaging menu choose send message then go to Voice SMS okay then choose Recent List there you should see the recent contact you have texted to select the ones you want to delete and press options there you can delete the selected or delete all.