Question about Motorola Mobility RAZR V3
Replaced my SIM about four weeks ago, as the old one had become faulty. Initially, the functions were fine; except I'd not yet activated MMS, (using my laptop, I've been going online to access any pictures/videos received.) On activating GPRS - thinking it would open up my mobiles MMS facility - somehow, I seem to have deactivated outgoing SMS's; whatsmore, I still don't have MMS. When I 'SEND,' I'm informed 'UNABLE TO SEND, IN OUTBOX TO TRY AGAIN LATER;' where, it lingers for a lengthy duration, indicating 'SENDING IN PROGRESS,' (though, it most certainly is not) before changing to 'SENDING FAILED, STATUS: 254.' I have attempted to correct the situation online, via my carrier, (Optus) by activating WAP ...... I'm forwarded two text-messages, informing me that:
As i think the MESSAGE CENTER NUMBER you must change by asking your network operator ...
1. call to customer care of ur network operator
2. ask for the message center number..
3. store it in it by going to message settings and message center number ..
then try your sms will start going..................
Posted on Feb 11, 2008
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