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This problem can be a bit annoying. After deleting a contact in my LG840g a long time ago, the number would still be there as an option when I send text messages. However, after much research it is no longer there, so I'm happy.
What I did after viewing a suggestion from another reviewer for another LG model is basically sent blank text messages to as many inessential numbers in my phone as I could at one time (5 is the max on my LG840g). I sent texts to AT&T, Bud's Gun Shop, Ace Elite Card, the college that I attend, and a local checking cashing place 7 times until it eventually cleared that annoying number from my phone. This has worked for me.
Note that the inessential numbers you send texts to will take the place of that annoying number, so if that is OK, then make sure that the annoying number is deleted from your contact list first, and try it.
Hi, first is your phone multimedia message activated? Does your phone have the settings that will enable you to send picture messages? If not Contact the service provider (Help center of the network you are using). to assist you in activating it so that you will able to send picture messages on your phone.
If settings of multimedia messages are already set on the phone and you are having problems with it,you can still contact the service provider for Help.
Make sure you have some sort of data plan since picture messages are sent as text messages with attachments. These attachments must be sent over the data network. So make sure you have a data plan even if it is pay per use. If you do, contact AT&T technical support and have them check your Snooper provisioning especially your APN.
hey that same thing happened to me. i think why it happened is if u delete a message before you look at it, so dont do that, and i went to setting and phone settings and deleted all the phone memory which got rid of it but it deleted some of my contacts that were saved to the phone memory. so like all the contacts you added after you got the phone. but yeah it gets rid of it
Click on messaging icon from main menu.
Click send message.
Instead of clicking text message click on pic/video message.
then you have 4 options TO: CONTACTS , TO Mobile#, To Email, And finally To Recent lict. Click on recent list and checkmark all the numbers you want deleted then click options bottom right corner then click delete.....
All finished hope this helps.
Go to the messaging menu choose send message then go to Voice SMS or Picture Mail, 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.