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MOTORAZR V3m "Memory Full"

Hey, my MOTORAZR V3m texting feature tells me my memory is full...and i cant text, i deleted everything, and it still says memory full, and i cant text.

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  • Anonymous Feb 20, 2008

    When I try to text the phone says, Memory Full and I cannot text.

  • sexykitten Feb 21, 2008

    I have the same problem with my razer all the time (memory full) when trying to text..the solution provided fixed with the verizon salesmen and tech support could not thanks for your help

  • James94109 Apr 20, 2008

    New phone - sent one text and received one text - now says memory full. Checked memory availability and says there is plenty. Erased everything. Still no go.

  • Anonymous Jul 05, 2008

    I sent one message from my moto w270 and it says memory full. it was ok before. I don't know what happened all of a sudden.

  • Anonymous Sep 07, 2008

    my MOTORAZR V3m texting feature tells me my memory is full...and i cant text, i deleted everything, and it still says memory full, and i cant text.

  • Anonymous Feb 05, 2009

    I took my v3m to Verizon store and all they done was enabled the auto erase. BUT this does not fix the problem. the memory is still as full as it was when i started. Get insurance. Turn your phone off. Tell your provider you lost it. maybe the newer v3m s dont have this problem, then again maybe they do..... Solution UPGRADE!

  • Anonymous Feb 08, 2009

    I have the same problem, only sent one text and now memory is full. I have deleted everything possible and it shows memory is okay. Should I take it to a Verizon store?

  • DivaB Nov 12, 2009

    I am having the same problem, and memory area shows that there is plenty available, but I can not send text or receive text messages because it comes up memory full. I took phone into verizon and they claim it is something wrong with the phone and they were upset that I purchased from ebay to avoid phone contract. (we've been getting our phones off ebay for 5 years with no problems) It seems like this is something very common with this phone. Would love to have the solution.

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Go to Message > Settings > All Msg. Select Auto Erase and turn it on. After this, you can turn it back off and the "Memory Full" message will go away.

Posted on Feb 20, 2008

DELETE YOUR COOKIES AND TEMP INTERNET FILES

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Okay, here is what I found out about my verizon motorola v3m which was showing memory full also. This particular phone does not allow you to send text messages or pictures unless you have a texting plan. We had a family plan, that included the main phone having free texting, my phone and my son's phone had texting at .20 cents a text (which we thought we had free texting also, but didn't). Regretfully the motorola v3m has to be on a paid texting service if you use verizonm tge ,20 cents a text will not work. We paid for the damn service, and the phone is now working properly for texting, sending pictures, and receiving text and pics. It no longer shows "memory is full".
Damn Verizon yet again! They strip the phones from everything that motorola puts on them and then makes you pay for everything thing you do.

Posted on Nov 12, 2009

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Just a note,

Despite the fact that this is a wonderfull solution and bravo for solving it just to mention that even when the memory of the phone is large the text memory is most likely a reserved size.

In some phones this memory is not reserved but it is not easy to tell from specifications.

Regards to all

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