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There are a number of different settings to deal with this, however there isn't really a way to prevent the phone from converting to an MMS. The reason for this is that any message over 480 characters cannot be sent as an SMS message. They must be sent as an MMS. The is a restriction of SMS messages in general, similar to the original limit of 160 characters.

What you can do however is ensure you get alerted when you have reached 480 characters. Then you can decide to send the message as an SMS and continue your conversation on a second message.

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1.To check this setting is on, open your Message App and press your phone's Menu button. Then select Settings and scroll to Multimedia message (MMS) settings area. Ensure you tick MMS alert. You will now be told when your message is being converted to MMS

2.You can also change the settings for Creation mode which lets you restrict messages that go over a certain size. If you select Warning or Guided, you should get further warnings when your message is really large and may not be handled by the network.

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Posted on Dec 06, 2016

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Feb 03, 2018 | Huawei Cell Phones

you can try by resetting it .i am sure it will definitely work.

Aug 30, 2017 | Huawei Cell Phones

when you touch the green phone , slide it sideways a bit

I had the same problem with a samsung J2 until I got the user manual and it said to slide the green phone out of the circle.

works like a charm now so it may be the same for yours

I had the same problem with a samsung J2 until I got the user manual and it said to slide the green phone out of the circle.

works like a charm now so it may be the same for yours

Dec 07, 2016 | Huawei Cell Phones

Speed sensor inside the transmission is failed, needs valve body removed and a new 'shift plate' with sensor installed.

Apr 01, 2014 | 2005 Mercedes-Benz E-Class

Try to turn it off and on. In the summer no was texting me until my phone died. Then I turned it back on and receive messages. If not that try to update your roaming capabilities or contact your provider.

Feb 21, 2013 | Huawei Cell Phones

you should have to first retrieve the MMS........

Select 'Menu' Go To 'Messages/Inbox and select MMS and go in 'Options' it will be the option of 'Retrieve' jus select it......and give sum time to MMS.......your MMS will be open..

thnx

Select 'Menu' Go To 'Messages/Inbox and select MMS and go in 'Options' it will be the option of 'Retrieve' jus select it......and give sum time to MMS.......your MMS will be open..

thnx

Nov 08, 2010 | Nokia N73 Cellular Phone

It depends on how complex the function is; there are different techniques. For a straight line of the standard form, usually shown as y=mx+b; this is a simple function of y in terms of x. So, determining the function in this case means finding values for m and b. --- m is the slope of the line, commonly called rise over run. Since your question asks in terms of coordinates, I would assume that you are looking at a problem giving you 2 points.

Probably something like p1 = (3,4); p2 = (5,8); the general form of this is p1=(x1,y1); p2=(x2,y2). The slope in this case is rise over run, in other words, the change in y divided by the change in x. This can be calculate between these two points as (y2-y1)/(x2-x1). In my sample above, this would be (8-4)/(5-3) = 4/2 = 2 giving the value of m.

To find the value of b (the y intercept) you need the value of y when x = 0. Since you already know that m, the slope is 2, consider a new point, call it p3 (x3,y3), pick either of the known points and solve the slope equation again, this time for y3. [m=(y3-y1)/(x3-x1)]. We know that x3 is 0, since we are trying to solve for y where that is true, so the equation becomes:

m=(y3-y1)/(-x1)

-x1*m=y3-y1

y3=y1-x1*m

y3 is really b in the standard form, since it is, by definition the intercept, or the value when x=0,

so

b=y1-x1*m -- this gives you the y intercept anytime you know the slope and one point on the line.

In the example, y1 = 4, x1=3 and we've already calculated m to be 2, so

b=4-3*2 = -2

So, the function would be

y = 2x -2

To check, plug in the values of the other point, p2, and see if they work

y2 = 2*x2 - 2

8=2*5-2

It's easier than it looks. It can help you to understand if you get some old fashioned graph paper and plot it so you can see what is happening.

Probably something like p1 = (3,4); p2 = (5,8); the general form of this is p1=(x1,y1); p2=(x2,y2). The slope in this case is rise over run, in other words, the change in y divided by the change in x. This can be calculate between these two points as (y2-y1)/(x2-x1). In my sample above, this would be (8-4)/(5-3) = 4/2 = 2 giving the value of m.

To find the value of b (the y intercept) you need the value of y when x = 0. Since you already know that m, the slope is 2, consider a new point, call it p3 (x3,y3), pick either of the known points and solve the slope equation again, this time for y3. [m=(y3-y1)/(x3-x1)]. We know that x3 is 0, since we are trying to solve for y where that is true, so the equation becomes:

m=(y3-y1)/(-x1)

-x1*m=y3-y1

y3=y1-x1*m

y3 is really b in the standard form, since it is, by definition the intercept, or the value when x=0,

so

b=y1-x1*m -- this gives you the y intercept anytime you know the slope and one point on the line.

In the example, y1 = 4, x1=3 and we've already calculated m to be 2, so

b=4-3*2 = -2

So, the function would be

y = 2x -2

To check, plug in the values of the other point, p2, and see if they work

y2 = 2*x2 - 2

8=2*5-2

It's easier than it looks. It can help you to understand if you get some old fashioned graph paper and plot it so you can see what is happening.

Jun 16, 2009 | Computers & Internet

Hi there,

yes you can solve this by pressing *#7370# it will format your phone to default settings.

and note there is a virus in your phone.

Good Luck!!!

neo

yes you can solve this by pressing *#7370# it will format your phone to default settings.

and note there is a virus in your phone.

Good Luck!!!

neo

Mar 02, 2009 | Nokia N70 Cellular Phone

I'm sure there are easier ways to do this but the "brute force" method is to label point A as x1, y1; point b as x2, y2 and point c as x3,y3. Then just do square root of the sum of: (x2-x1)squared+(y2-y1)squared. Save this into memory 'A'. Now do the same for x2,y2 to x3,y3 and add this to the number saved in 'A' and do it once more for x3, y3 to x1, y1 and add to the number in 'A' to get the result.

Nov 08, 2008 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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