Ok well first of all, try turning off the phone and removing the battery for two or three minutes, then if it has a SIM card remove that too and wait another two or three minutes. Then replace the battery and if it has a SIM card leave it out and turn it on, wait about two minutes if it has a SIM card and turn it off again, remove the battery again for about two minutes and install the SIM card and battery, then turn it on and try it out. If the phone does not have have a SIM card just leave the battery out for two or three minutes and restart the phone. If that fails to improve the operation, try resetting the phone in the settings/security menu and you may need a security code, usually set to 000000 or 183729 if your on Telus in Canada, other networks may have other defaults, check your owners manual or call 611/*611 for information if you don't know what it is. The only other thing I can suggest is try erasing all the messages in the phone first to see if that helps, that might make a difference. PS: If it is a GSM phone with a SIM card, try a different SIM card that is from a working phone, text messages are stored on SIM cards in GSM phones, that might be the problem. Hope that helps!
Mar 03, 2008 |
Motorola Mobility RAZR V3