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Go your message setting. There is option where you'll save your message and choose save to memory card. Delete all message in inbox and outbox folder, delete all cache in your browser and close all active applications. Try to send text message. If the notification "Memory full" still appear you must uninstall a one or more application (not just close it but uninstall it) to make some space in your phone memory. Choose application that you don't use the most. If the problem persist, format your phone back to factory setting.
Hope all is well there.
Initially please give the complete detail that via. which sim you are not able to send the messages.
Once you send me the exact information then yes I am definetely provide you the solution for it.
i have had this problem previously. sometimes it would work if i sent a message to myself. other times, i would have to just wait a few minutes, and then try again. also, i have made a call, and only then would my messages be sent. personally, i think this phone is horrible.
Your phone is out of ram memory. Symbian phones use the internal memory as rom memory (dinamically allocated) ram memory (for user programs) and firmware storage. If the internal memory is almost full the phone will begin to give you such errors because it can't load into ram the text aplication that is require to start in order to process sms messages. Please try to avoid to fill the internal memory and instead move anything from it to the memory card. A full internal memory can result in slow phone operation, errors, program crashes or even the failure to boot-up (start) the phone. Therefore, in your case you should try to free more internal memory (phone memory) and check the sms folder to see if you can send messages. If this doesn't solve, you may have a virus or a bad program installation that corrupted symbian OS's registry. This will require to hard reset the phone.
Please come back with a reply if these methods fail.