Question about Samsung SGH-D900 Cellular Phone
Samsung SPH A900
For some reason, even though my 48 MB of on board
memory are almost completely empty, my phone keeps
refusing to accepts even the smallest text messages,
reporting "Not Enough Memory! New Message is rejected".
I've had the pone about three months and I turned on
Sprint Web service about 30 days ago just to try it
out (not too impressed so far); recently requested
that Yahoo Mobile start emailing me brief updates
about the weather on a daily basis (again just to
try the service out).
I've contacted SPRINT (my provider) who just took me though
some basic attempts to reset (remove replace battery) and
download a phone update (my phone said no new one available).
They finally managed to get a message throught to me on it
and were ready to call the phone fixed but I told them I'm sure it
wasn't and the problem has happend 10 or so times since then.
Please help me out.
I had the same error message on my Samsung a900. I deleted everything and then did a soft power off. The first power off/on didn't work but after turning the phone off for about 5 minutes and then turning it back on, all the messages I missed were received all at once.
Posted on Dec 31, 2007
I've had this issue several times with my A900, and my procedure to fix it each time has been to delete all inbox messages, restart the phone, and provoke someone into sending me another text if I don't get the missing messages immediately. Once I get a new text, they all come piling in at the same time.
Posted on May 20, 2008
Th D900 has a maximum number of text messages that it can store. It's 200 messages plus whatever can fit on the sim card. It doesn't matter if you have other memory free, this limit still applies. Try deleting some text messages from your inbox, or your sent items, if you tend to save your sent messages. Also, check the drafts box.
If you are talking about a different phone model (A900??) I don't know if this applies.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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