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Hi if you contact your service provider and tell them your internet isnt working they should send you the setting via a text message this should update your phone and let you send mms messages i had this problem myself when i changed service provider.
Dont tell them you just brought a phone just tell them your internet dont work they can send text messeage and if this dont work they can talk you through the setting manually.
The phone must have been on a different network and will still have these settings stored in the phone.
Also if you go onto your service providers website they sometimes have a section where you can select to have the settings sent to your phone give this a try first.
They will send text message if you ring them this will update the phone automaticall.
Let me know how you get on ok if you are still stuck let me know
Look in your settings in about phone and it will tell you your model number or look under your battery
To het the manual either take said model number to mgrs web site and look for it, or your carriers or even try GOOGLE.
This happened to me too on a zte majesty. I followed someone elses advice and went in to my main settings (not the one in the sms folder) and reset it there and its worked ever since. I think the zte website addresses this exact issue if u need more help. Good luck.
Please be more specific about your device. Without knowing what sort of device you are using, it's difficult to answer your question. However, if you are using Android, then check the keyboard settings. There is an option to enable or disable the voice input icon. Tweak the settings if you are using an iPhone.
In the magellan app, select the Menu button in the middle at the bottom:
select the configuration icon at the same position, represented by a wrench and a screw driver
select voice languages and choose your preferences of voice, you should hear an example of the voice.
if you dont, turn up the volume, switch the mute slider, or disable bluetooth if you have a bluetooth device in your vehicle that you have recently paired to.
Open your phone book. Select any number you want to add a voice tag. Click Option (middle switch of phone). Then click edit. Now scroll down and you will find an option Voice Name. Select it and press record option from right side of phone. Again press record. Now say what you want to say. Again press reconrd and tell the same word with same speed. Now it will be stored. You can check it by opening your phone book entry against that name.