I can't send any text message from my NK1100. When I switched on the same sim card in other phone, it send text just fine. I have tried resetting my NK1100 using the factory setting, but it still doesn't work. Your advice are greatly appreciated.
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It is frustrating when only your phone cannot send text messages no matter how strong the network signal is. Sometimes you feel nobody cares about or remembers you because nobody calls or texts you but actually there are. Your phone just can't be reached or can't receive text messages. When these happen, turn off the phone; remove the battery and then the SIM card. Insert the SIM card to another phone and try sending text messages; if you still cannot send text messages, remove the SIM card and let it sit off the phone for at least fifteen minutes then insert it gain. You should be able to send text messages after that, but make sure you have credits.
The next thing you should look into is the phone. Make sure network signal is present then insert a known good SIM card in your phone and try sending text messages. Reset the phone if you still cannot send text messages, but back up important files and data, such as contacts, videos, images, and messages, before doing so.
One simple way to "reset" the phone is by removing the battery and letting it sit for at least fifteen minutes. Another way is by restoring the phone settings to factory settings. Simply navigate to settings then phone settings and select "restore to full factory settings" depending on the brand and model of the phone.
This tip is not intended to solve virus or firmware problems but rather to avoid unnecessary visit to the service center and save few bucks from a problem only caused by a simple electronic glitch. Check the network signal strength and your credits before jumping into any conclusion.
Once you insert a sim card inside the phone. Be patient with it, allow it read the sim card, and settle its software. If you try to send a message when you just insert the sim into a phone, the message you will be getting is 'sim card not ready'.
Please insert the sim back into your phone and wait for about 3 minutes before trying to send a text. That way the sim card would have been ready to perform your operation for you.
To increase your chances of recovery TRY NOT TO SEND/ADD ANY MORE
MESSAGES PHONE NUMBERS once you have realized you deleted a message or
If you wish to recover accidentally deleted text messages, contact numbers, call logs or other details from your mobile phones Sim Card then you are going to need to download a good Sim card data recovery program. That is How To Read Deleted Text Messages:
You will require USB sim card reader (any PC/SC Standards or Phoenix Standards based USB Sim Reader) to use the software and successfully recover data (contact numbers and text SMS) from the Sim card of your mobile phone
To use the software you simply connect your USB Card to the computer load up Sim card data recovery and it will allow you to view information including contacts numbers, and deleted SMS text messages along with the date and sending time of the message in simple report format.
It's very possible that your problem is with the SIM card. Many phones will not accept a SIM card after it has been used in another phone. Or, some functions like text messaging or Internet service will not work.
The only other solution is that your phone is not correctly configured to your Cellular service provider's frequencies for messaging. You can contact your Cellular Service Provider and ask for Tech Support. They can walk you through making sure your phone is correctly configured.
The problem is not on the phone setting but on the sim card itself. Remove the battery and the sim and let it sit for 5 minutes. After that, insert sim and battery then try sending a text message. To verify, insert your sim to another phone and use a different sim in your phone.
ok i have a sk 2008 and the samething happend to me, what i did was just turned of my phone took out my batter and sim crd and let it chilled there for a min...then i put it all back together and my phone started flooding with texts...i think a sidekick can get clogged up with texts..i also think that the battery can over heat and thats what causes some problems..so when ever i have a prob with my kick i just take out the battery and let it cool down :] ok hope i helped
ur message centre may be wrong! switch off ur phone n rmove d sim! again insert d sim and now switch on ur phone! if the problem persists then call the customer care of ur network provider! ask them abt their mesage center number n then open messaging>>options>>settings>>text message>>message centres>>sim message centre>>message centre number n then enter that no. there!
It's a operator message. Your SIM card need to send a message to the operator to inform something about your phone (like you are using a new phone) but the receiver don't recognize for what the message is. Your sim card will keep sending the message until it receives a valid response. Try to change the SIM card and see what happens. If the problem appears only with one card, you may ask your carrier company to change it.