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What you need to do is contact your local service provider (e.g mine was
Mobilicity) and then tell them that you're having trouble receiving a confirmation code from Facebook. They should be able to fix the problem, because I received my confirmation code right after.
(By the way, you can only use your cell phone number once, because
you're only supposed to have one account, according to Facebook)
You could also use the calling option, and have Facebook call you to send you the verification code.
DON'T use your home phone number for these options, because if you need
to verify your account again, they will automatically text you with the
number you gave them and tell you to type in the confirmation code
Step 1Go online to Facebook's Mobile page.
Step 2Type your email address and Facebook password into
the corresponding text-fields and click "Login" to sign-in to your
Step 3Scroll down and click "Text a link to my phone." It may take up to five minutes to receive the text message from Facebook.
Step 4Type your Boost Mobile phone number into the text-field and click "Text link to my phone."
Step 5Open the SMS application on your Boost Mobile phone
and open the text message sent to you by Facebook. Click the link
provided in the text message. This link automatically directs your phone
to download the Facebook application. Access the new application by
going to your main apps menu and selecting the Facebook icon.
Get Facebook Mobile on Boost Standard Cellular Handset
Step 1Go online to Facebook's Mobile download page.
Step 2Type your email address and password into the corresponding text-fields and click "Login" to sign-in to your Facebook account.
Step 3Scroll down and click "Sign Up for Facebook Text Messages."
Step 4Select "Boost Mobile" from the drop-down menu and click "Next."
Step 5Activate your Boost cellular handset, open your SMS application and select the option to create a new SMS.
Step 6Address the SMS to "32665" and type "F" in the
message field. Click "Send." Wait a couple of minutes for a reply. The
reply contains a confirmation code.
Step 7Type the confirmation code into text-field and click "Confirm."
Step 8Configure your Facebook Mobile settings according to
your preferences. For instance, if you want to update your Facebook
status with text messages, click the "ON" button bellow "Texts are." If
you want to receive text messages of certain friends' status updates,
type their name in the text-field beside "Whose status updates should go
to my phone." Once you are finished, click "Save Preferences."
Step 9Update your status by typing it into a new text-message and addressing it to "32665."
Nokia N95 is a Symbian handset. You might had opened many applications at one time which are consuming a lot of space on your handset.
Try closing some applications or removing one-two applications from your handset and see if if works.
Other then this you can try out expanding the memory for your handset.
Usually with my verizon it tells me that I have to access the sms or mms online at their website. I don't get those on this phone. Check with your provider to see if that model phone does not carry that access. I say this cause my wife has the same service but a different kind of phone and she receives these and I can not.
Unfortunately for you, the iPhone does not have any SMS forwarding software built in to the phone.
and due to the iPhones Closed source operating system, the SMS application and the other core applications are not allowed to be edited and customised in any way .
so unfortunately doesnt look like there will ever be an SMS forwarding program for the iPhone.
Not enough memory means your phone is too full of data IE. Pics, Themes, Contacts, Applications, Games, Old leftover files from sending via Bluetooth etc...
Do a clean up job. Get rid of all the trash.
The phone needs a certain amount of memory to function.