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When you send a message through most cellphone carriers, I assume you have Verizon if you have the Droid, there is a limit to the text it can hold. If you send the message as a media message you will be able to send as much text as you want.
Such problems occur when your message center number has been tampered with. Call your service provider to get the message center number go to message settings and check the message center in use input the correct center number and your problem is solved. Hope this solution has been helpful to you?
hi there, call the customer service of your service provider ( AT&T,Vodafone,Verizon etc)....they will set up message center number on your phone , the one that you have might be incorrect...your mobile operator will send you sim updates that will refresh the settings ....and then you will get the text message options cheers
have you tried removing the battery and replacing it to let the phone completely reboot. Is it possible that your phones memory is full and it's just not running as freely as it used to. If so clean out messeges and see if it helps.
Generally, 160 is the default limit for text messages. Some carriers will allow for up to 500 characters but that's usually within the same network (e.g. Verizon to Verizon). This is why text messages often use modified words (e.g. r u ok?, lol).
I get a green arrow when I send to people.
The green arrows turns into a checkmark, when the message is delivered.
With Verizon people this is usually within a minute or so, of course unless my friend has his phone powered off - which he will do, then I don't get a checkmark until his cell gets the message.
With Non-Verizon people I don't get a green checkmark until a day later, must take longer to confirm they got it from another cell company.
The RED X is normally what I get when I try to send to a landline or an invalid phone number, or if I try to send a message - while my phone was getting an incoming message..or to someone who has text blocked. The RED X means it did not go through at all. I will re-send these if I know it's a cell phone that can get text. Then I usually make it to green arrow/then green checkmark.
ATT should have looked to see if the internet service is turned off for that particular phone. If thats the case, you shall not send receive pictures. Thats the only the reason you should not be able to send receive pictures.
Call ATT again and ask them that. Sorry to say you might have got the high school dropout rehab person that day.