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It is likely that the phone has 'dropped off the network' or your message centre number has been accidentally changed.
The phone periodically sends a signal to the network to keep the network updated with its location. That way, when a call or text is made to your phone, the network knows which CELL to send the signal to (the last CELL place the phone was found in). If the network has not received a signal from the phone saying it is being turned off or has not managed to keep the network updated, the network will not deliver a text although this should not affect sending texts (in theory).
To get it working again, there are a few things to try:
1. Remove the battery without turning the phone off, remove the SIM and power up the phone. When the phone has started, turn it off, re-insert the SIM and start the phone.
2. Go into Network Settings and manually try to connect to another network and when it fails, set it back to automatic.
3. Temporarily put your SIM into another phone for a minute (you could get lots of texts coming in so read them before you put the SIM back into your phone.
First, make sure if this problem appear after you install any APP, if so you can try to brush system to fix it. Else maybe the following cases:
1, mobile phone motherboard leakage lead the current too large. 2, The inside circuit protection of the lithium battery is too sensitive, so it power off when circuit is large. 3, the battery itself is aging. 4, Battery contacts are dirt-bit, causing bad power supply. 5, The engagement between the battery and the phone is easy to loose bits. (try to remove the back case and press the battery then try to turn on it to see if it also turn off and on). If so, just make a piece of paper to stand the battery up Of course, don't forget to see if the power button is back to its own place
what is the exact error message?usually,the reason why we cant send messages might be the incorrect message center numbers in the message settings.you can first try powercycling the mobile phone,turn it off then remove the memry card,sim card and battery.place back everything aftr 5minutes then turn on mobile phone and try sending message back to your own number.
Please try to check the SMS network configuration settings of your phone through your Service Provider. They need to reconfigure your account to activate this feature on the phone. If this seems to be fine, then try the following: 1) Go to your outbox and cancel sending the message. It should have an X on it or something.2) Take out your battery without turning it off first. 3) Remove your SIM card and put your battery back in. 4) Boot your phone back up without the SIM card. 5) After it boots all the way up, remove the battery again without turning your phone off. 6) Put your SIM card and battery back in and turn your phone back on. 7) Go to your outbox and delete your canceled message(dont try sending it again).
Remove the battery and hold down the power button for at least 30 seconds. This will reset the circuits. Put the battery back in and turn the phone back on. If it still hangs and doesn't load you may have a corrupt boot file. In this case you'll want to contact Motorola. Good luck!
Take the battery out of your phone while the power is on. Then turn your phone back on after you put the battery back in. If that doesn't work you need to call your phone company and have them set up your SCN (service center number) so you can send a text. Sorry your having so much trouble with it, hope I helped you!
Remove the back cover, remove the battery and remove the Sim Card and Memory if you have it, now put the Sim card back in put the battery back in and try and power up, if it powers up add the memory back in. if it dose not power up try to plug in the charger and power it on if this dose not work go to you local Service Provider and have them check the battery. if the battery checks out ok then you will need to replace the Phone.