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hi, yes and no is the quick answer, basically its telling you either your message out box is full or you have used a lot of hte memory on the phone, try going into messages via the menu then go into sent or ot box then choose delete and if you then highlight the message you want to delete then press settings and choose mark if you then do this to all the ones you want to delete then when you have finished you can choose delete and it will then delete all the ones you have marked.
now for your second question, im afraid their is no way of changing the settings to allow you to change the amount of time the messages are kept, you can change the settings so it dont save any sent messages at all but this can be a problems as you will never know what you have sent, the best thing to do would be to go through your messages say every other day and delete the ones you dont need.
now if you free up some memory on the phone by deleting things like inbox,outbox,sent messages also delete any pictures you dont need and even delete any ringtones you dont need doing this will free up memory and it will then store more messages on the phone than it is storing now
let me know how you get on or if you need furher assistance ok
This is bcoz the message u send is stored in the phone memory or the storage card depending upon the settings.. now go to message settings and then to multimedia message settings and then change the option of storing sent message to "NO"... then Ur sent messages will not be stored and Do delete the earlier messages present,.
check the no. of the service centre in message setting option...
it must ok and complete and if not suceed then go for factory default by keeping saved data in mind...that can be removed or erased during this..
This is because the Razr stores texts and emails dynamically according to message size and physical memory available. To balance it out, you would have to delete some outbox messages to store more inbox messages and vice versa. The amount of pictures, ringtones, incoming/outgoing calls, emails, texts, and videos all are drawn off the physical memory of the Razr. The device does not have dedicated application memory so everything is taken off the small amount of memory you are given. Newer Razr's such as the V3m for Sprint offer Memory Cards to supplement additional memory. Your device is equipped with a microSD card slot and you can save your music, pictures, and videos to the card and leave the additional phone memory to texts and application memory. You may not be able to save that much more if you move the pictures and music, but you can save more than if you didnt have a memory card. When reaching the maximum limit of memory the phone will tell you that you need to delete some files before continuing to do anything on the phone.
Message memory can't be stored to memory card. You can save them to your computer using Nokia PC Suite and either a data cable, bluetooth, or infra red interface if you phone and computer have them.
Only music, pictures, video, audio files, and software can be stored to the memory card.
I think you simply need to go into the settings / options and put a X on the checkbox which says something to the direction of save copy of sent messages in sent messages folder. Thats about what it sais on my phone.
Wow. Some of you are retards, sorry, but you don't know how this phone works. A) Auto-Save if for SENT messages only. If it is on, it will save your sent message in the sent box. if set to off, then it will not show any sent messages. If set to prompt, then it will ask you after the message is successfully sent from your phone to the Verizon network. B) Auto-erase is for INBOX only. It will automatically erase the last message in your inbox when it reaches it's max capacity. C) The LG EnV can accept up to 4GB of memory. (hollowtech2, you are the ****** i mentioned above, don't pur information you have not confirmed. people will dissprove you, and you will be embarrassed.) D) i am still looking to solve the text messgae save limit problem. i will post it when i find out.