Question about Apple iPhone Smartphone

1 Answer

Regarding sms problem

When i tap on the sms , its open for a while and doesn't show any messages ans revert back to the main screen. it shows how many unread messages has come. olease help me out from this problem.

Posted by on

  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2014

    The phone continues to flash green indicating a new message - however it is the SMS I am unable to open. But can't delete until the message is opened.

×

1 Answer

  • Level 1:

    An expert who has achieved level 1.

  • Contributor
  • 1 Answer

When i tap on the sms , its open for a while and doesn't show any messages ans revert back to the main screen. it shows how many unread messages has come. olease help me out from this problem please help me.send Solutions in denmark5315@yahoo.co.in

Thank you very much

Posted on Feb 24, 2008

1 Suggested Answer

6ya6ya
  • 2 Answers

SOURCE: I have freestanding Series 8 dishwasher. Lately during the filling cycle water hammer is occurring. How can this be resolved

Hi,
a 6ya expert can help you resolve that issue over the phone in a minute or two.
best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repairmen in the US.
the service is completely free and covers almost anything you can think of (from cars to computers, handyman, and even drones).
click here to download the app (for users in the US for now) and get all the help you need.
goodluck!

Posted on Jan 02, 2017

Add Your Answer

Uploading: 0%

my-video-file.mp4

Complete. Click "Add" to insert your video. Add

×

Loading...
Loading...

Related Questions:

2 Answers

I accidentally uninstall the preloaded sms app. How can I recover it?


If it was pre-loaded, it should still be on the phone. You need to access the master app library, normally by tapping the menubar on the bottom. Once you are there, locate the app and press/hold until it highlights. You can then drag it back to a user screen.

You can also go to the Play Store and select another SMS app for your phone, which will work as well as the pre-loaded app.

Apr 22, 2015 | Huawei Ascend P7 - 16 GB - 4G - white -...

1 Answer

Retrieving SMs


i am afraid not. but if you can open the message by tapping on them and taking a screen cap of the opened message. and then sending the pic as an email you might be able to.

Aug 15, 2013 | ZTE f107

1 Answer

Problem accessing text messaging


You have been hacked upon opening the text message. The SMS hack just recently spreading on the net and is still on the loose. It is also known only to occur on Windows Phone 7.5 Mango. For now, there is no workaround for this bug, unless you do a hard reset. http://mobile.informationweek.com/80256/show/721eaaa06c8f327f75d39bef398abb07/

Dec 15, 2011 | LG Optimus 7 E900 (16 GB) Smartphone

1 Answer

Give me gprs setting of gu285


Hi,
Select the phone settings you require from the list below and send an SMS to 4252(SMS is free) containing the corresponding order code. Shortly after you will receive the settings on your phone.

WAP
Order code Setting Type

3103

Contract (over GPRS

3108

Ready To Go (over GPRS)


Installation instruction


1.You will receive a WAP configuration message for your phone.

2.The display shows: "[1] Message".

3.Press "View" and "Install".

4.Enter the PIN code 1234 and press "OK".


5.Press the "End call" button to return to the main screen.

6.Your phone has been configured.

7.Note: The settings will be rejected if the profile list is full.

8.To delete an existing setting, you need to perform a master reset of the phone.
Kindly restart your mobile once the installation is complete.


Regards

Jun 27, 2011 | Cell Phones

1 Answer

How can i get deleted sms back from phone memory, i have nokia 3110c??????


Hi priyakaju,
Its very simple,
This trick is for mobiles, you can restore sms messages that you have deleted in the recent past. you can get your sms messages back to your inbox by following a small trick that I found. Trick to read deleted sms. This sms trick is 100% working.

Required utility:

You will need File Explorer in your mobile phone. (Download from here)

Procedure to restore sms

• Open File explorer in your mobile.

• Select drive C: or D: depending on the memory in which the Sms messages have been saved.

• For example you selected c:, Then open "system" folder.

• Then in "system" folder open "mail" folder.

• Then in this folder you will see different folders (eg 0010001_s) and certain files (eg 00100000). These files are the actual messages. Browse through every folder and open all files till u get the sms u are looking for.

• For opening the files don't choose options>file>open as it will show format not supported rather choose options>file>hex/text viewer. By selecting the "http://gallery.mobile9.com/f/13774/?vie… u ll be able to open and read the deleted SMS message.


Please leave me comment, if you need further assistance

good luck with your fix,,,
have a nice day,,

A VERY HELPFUL RATING IS APPRECIATED,
Thanks
Regards
Arul

Mar 10, 2010 | Nokia Cell Phones

3 Answers

Sms memory full del some sms


Your Inbox Only support 200 sms... And when I say Inbox it includes your My folder as well... So you see 197+ 26 beyond your range... Delete Data from my Folder.... Problem solved.

Nov 19, 2009 | Samsung Star GT-S5233 Cell Phone

1 Answer

My Motorola w230 phone sms is not showing ??? why ! on main screen thay show memory is full ! but in message there is only sim sms . plzzz help !


I think you have changed the settings.
No problem. Do like this.
Go to inbox and click on the option button. That is, the round button and go to setup
Now go to SMS default storage, select Phone.

Now you can receive SMS.


Cheers...!!!

Jun 06, 2009 | Motorola Mobility W230 Phone US with...

3 Answers

GPRS not subscribed? T-mobile help?


must follow exactly for full help topics i offer a cd with all settings for every provider along with hundreds of java games wallpapers and mp3 ringtones. if interested submit 10 us dollars to digitalunderground23@yahoo.com. will send as soon as payment is eceived in padded envelope first class mail. SMS Messaging: 1.) From the main screen tap the SMS Text icon. 2.) Tap SMS on the Messages menu. 3.) Tap SMS settings on the SMS menu. 4.) Tap either SIM1 or SIM2 on the SMS settings menu, whichever SIM you are setting up at this time for SMS messaging. 5.) Tap Profile settings on the SIM1(2) message settings menu. 6.) Tap on any unused profile to select it, then tap the Edit button on the bottom of the screen. 7.) You should be on the Profile name menu with the name field already highlighted. Go ahead and tap the Edit button at the bottom of the screen. 8.) Tap in the following text between the quotes in the Profile name editor: ?T-Mobile? Next tap the Options button at the bottom of the screen. Next tap the Done button. You should be back on the Profile name menu with the new name. 9.) Tap the area below the profile name. The top of the menu should change to read SC address and the bottom of the screen should show a numeral keyboard. Tap in the following text between the quotes in the SC address editor: ?+12063130004? Next tap the OK button at the bottom of the screen. 10.) A Save? question box should pop up. Tap the Yes button at the bottom of the screen. You are done setting up SMS messaging for T-Mobile. You can continue to tap the Back button on the bottom of the screen until you exit out of all the menus to the main screen, or simply press the On/Off button once to get back to the main screen. At this point you can test SMS messaging by sending yourself a text message, or continue with other setup of the phone. The next sections will show you how to set up MMS messaging as well as an internet connection if you are paying for T-Mobile?s internet access services. One note about internet services, as a T-Mobileweb customer you can get full access to anywhere on the internet if you install & use a Java based web browser such as Opera Mini instead of the internal browser of the phone, and as of this writing you don?t need to be on their much more expensive internet plan, the simple $5.99 T-MobileWeb plan will work! You can get Opera Mini here => MASTER Download List Our next step will be to set up the data connections you will need to use. If you are not going to use the internet or will only be accessing T-Mobile?s T-Zones, then you only need to set up the first data account service we will name T-Mo MMS, otherwise if you want to access the full experience of the internet, please set up both data account service connections outlined in the next section. Don?t worry if at any time you exit from one of the menus and find yourself back at the slidelock screen, simply just slide unlock the phone and continue from where you last left off! Data Account Services: 1.) Setting up regular data account services for MMS & T-Zones access. 2.) From the main screen tap the Service icon. 3.) Tap Data account on the Services menu. 4.) Tap GPRS on the Data account menu. 5.) Choose any of the profiles in the current list and tap the button. 6.) You are now on the Edit screen. 7.) Tap the area just below Account name, then tap Edit at the bottom of the screen. 8.) Tap in the following text between the quotes ?T-Mo MMS? Tap the Options button at the bottom of the screen. Tap the Done button. 9.) Tap the area just below APN, then tap the Edit button at the bottom of the screen. 10.) Tap in the following text between the quotes ?wap.voicestream.com? Tap the Options button at the bottom of the screen. Tap the Done button. 11.) Both the User name & Password areas should remain BLANK. If they are not blank, then tap on each one and Clear what is in them so they are both blank. 12.) The Auth. type should be set to Secure. If it is not, then tap on the area and use the arrows to move the selection so it has Secure, then tap Done. 13.) A Save? question box should pop up. Tap the Yes button at the bottom of the screen. 14.) Tap Back button on the bottom of the screen. Tap Back button again on the bottom of the screen. You should now be on the Services menu. 15.) Tap WAP on the Services menu. 16.) Tap Settings on the Internet services menu. 17.) Tap Edit profile on the Settings menu. 18.) Tap either SIM1 or SIM2 on the Edit profile menu, which ever SIM you are setting up at this time for MMS messaging. 19.) Scroll down the list until you come to Profile 8. You can use any profile if need be, but profile 8 is usually the first not already filled. 20.) Tap on Profile 8. Tap Edit profile. 21.) Tap just below Rename profile, then tap on the Edit button at the bottom of the screen. 22.) Clear the current text, then tap in the following text between the quotes ?T-Zones? Tap the Options button at the bottom of the screen. Tap the Done button. 23.) Tap the area below Homepage, then tap on the Edit button at the bottom of the screen. 24.) Clear the current text except for ?HTTP://?, then tap in the following text between the quotes after the HTTP:// ?wap.myvoicestream.com? Tap the Options button at the bottom of the screen. Tap the Done button. 25.) Tap the area below Data account, then tap Select at the bottom of the screen. 26.) Tap GPRS on the Data account menu. 27.) Scroll down the list until you come to T-Mo MMS, the data account set up earlier under the Data Account Services section. Tap on T-Mo MMS to select it. 28.) Tap the area below Connection type, then tap Select at the bottom of the screen. 29.) Tap on HTTP, then tap on OK at the bottom of the screen. 30.) Tap the area below Proxy address, use the numeric keyboard at the bottom of the screen to tap in the following numbers, ?216155165050?. The result should look like 216.155.165.050 under Proxy address. 31.) Tap the area below Proxy port, use the numeric keyboard again to tap in the following numbers ?8080? to replace the current 0 value. 32.) Tap the OK button on the bottom of the screen. 33.) The areas under both User name & Password should remain BLANK. If they are not blank, select each, and Edit them by clearing all text. 34.) Next tap the Done button at the bottom of the screen. 35.) A Save? question box should pop up. Tap the Yes button at the bottom of the screen. 36.) Tap the Activate profile button on the T-Zones menu screen, and you should be taken back to the Select profile screen where a big green check mark will be beside the newly saved T-Zones profile. 37.) Tap the On/Off button once to exit to the main screen. 38.) If you ONLY want MMS and T-Zones access without the full internet connection, you can now skip down to the MMS Messaging section and continue setting up MMS messaging; otherwise continue below at step 39 to set up a second data account service which will be used for your internet connection. 39.) Setting up a 2nd data account service for full internet access. 40.) Tap the Service icon on the main menu. 41.) Tap Data account on the Services menu. 42.) Tap GPRS on the Data account menu. 43.) Choose any of the profiles, other than T-Mo MMS, in the current list and tap the button. The profile right under it would be fine. 44.) You are now on the Edit screen. 45.) Tap the area just below Account name, then tap Edit at the bottom of the screen. 46.) Tap in the following text between the quotes ?T-Mo Internet? Tap the Options button at the bottom of the screen. Tap the Done button. 47.) Tap the area just below APN, then tap the Edit button at the bottom of the screen. 48.) Tap in the following text between the quotes ?epc.tmobile.com? Tap the Options button at the bottom of the screen. Tap the Done button. 49.) Both the User name & Password areas should remain BLANK. If they are not blank, then tap on each one and Clear what is in them so they are both blank. 50.) The Auth. type should be set to Secure. If it is not, then tap on the area and use the arrows to move the selection so it has Secure, then tap Done. 51.) A Save? question box should pop up. Tap the Yes button at the bottom of the screen. 52.) Now that you have set up a second account service for internet use we can adjust the WAP settings for T-Zone to use this faster and less restricted internet gateway. 53.) Tap the On/Off button once to return to the main menu. 54.) Tap the Service icon on the main menu. 55.) Tap WAP on the Services menu. 56.) Tap Settings on the Internet services menu. 57.) Tap Edit profile on the Settings menu. 58.) Tap either SIM1 or SIM2 on the Edit profile menu, whichever SIM you are setting up at this time for SMS messaging. 59.) Tap T-Zones on the Select profile menu. 60.) Tap Edit profile on the T-Zones menu. 61.) Tap the area below Data account on the Edit profile menu, then tap the Select button at the bottom of the screen. 62.) Tap GPRS on the Data account menu. 63.) Find and tap on T-Mo Internet on the Data account menu. 64.) Tap the Done button on the bottom of the Edit profile menu. 65.) A Save? question box should pop up. Tap the Yes button at the bottom of the screen. 66.) Tap the Activate profile button on the T-Zones menu screen, and you should be taken back to the Select profile screen where a big green check mark will be beside the newly saved T-Zones profile. 67.) Tap the On/Off button once to exit to the main screen. 68.) Continue below with setting up MMS messaging. MMS Messaging: 1.) From the main screen tap the SMS Text icon. 2.) Tap MMS on the Messages menu. 3.) Tap MMS settings on the MMS menu. 4.) Tap Server profile on the MMS settings menu. 5.) Tap either SIM1 or SIM2 on the MMS settings menu, whichever SIM you are setting up at this time for MMS messaging. 6.) Scroll down the list until you come to Profile 8. You can use any profile if need be, but profile 8 is usually the first not already filled. 7.) Tap on Profile 8. Tap Edit profile. 8.) Tap just below Rename profile, then tap on the Edit button at the bottom of the screen. 9.) Clear the current text, then tap in the following text between the quotes ?T-Mo MMS? Tap the Options button at the bottom of the screen. Tap the Done button. 10.) Tap the area below Homepage, then tap on the Edit button at the bottom of the screen. 11.) Clear the current text except for ?HTTP://?, then tap in the following text between the quotes after the HTTP:// ?216.155.174.84/servlets/mms? Tap the Options button at the bottom of the screen. Tap the Done button. 12.) Tap the area below Data account, then tap Select at the bottom of the screen. 13.) Tap GPRS on the Data account menu. 14.) Scroll down the list until you come to T-Mo MMS, the data account set up under the Data Account Services section. Tap on T-Mo MMS to select it. 15.) Tap the area below Connection type, then tap Select at the bottom of the screen. 16.) Tap on HTTP, then tap on OK at the bottom of the screen. 17.) Tap the area below Proxy address, use the numeric keyboard at the bottom of the screen to tap in the following numbers, ?216155165050?. The result should look like 216.155.165.050 under Proxy address. 18.) Tap the area below Proxy port, use the numeric keyboard again to tap in the following numbers ?8080? to replace the current 0 value. Then tap OK. 19.) The areas under both User name & Password should remain BLANK. If they are not blank, select each, and Edit them by clearing all text. 20.) Next tap the Done button at the bottom of the screen. 21.) A Save? question box should pop up. Tap the Yes button at the bottom of the screen. 22.) Tap the Activate profile button on the T-Mo MMS menu screen, and you should be taken back to the Select profile screen where a big green check mark will be beside the newly saved T-Mo MMS profile. You are done setting up MMS messaging for T-Mobile. You can continue to tap the Back button on the bottom of the screen until you exit out of all the menus to the main screen, or simply press the On/Off button once to get back to the main screen. At this point you can test MMS messaging by sending yourself a picture message. Internet Access: If all you want to use for internet surfing is the phone?s built-in browser, and you have set up the data account service for the internet in the earlier setup, then you are ready to surf the internet by simply tapping on Service from the main menu. Then tapping on WAP and using the various options to navigate the internet like Homepage, Input address, etc. However, this won?t provide as robust an internet experience as a Java based internet program such as Opera Mini 3.1 or 4.1, or another java based internet browser. If you do decide to install a Java program for browsing the internet, there is one more setting which must be changed prior to using the Java internet browser. Java Internet Settings: 1.) From the main menu tap on the Java icon. 2.) Tap Java settings from the Java menu. 3.) Scroll down and tap the area just below Java SIM1 (SIM2) profile, which ever SIM you are currently setting up. 4.) Use the arrows to scroll the setting until T-Zones appears in the box. 5.) Tap the OK button at the bottom of the screen. Now you should be completely set up for SMS, MMS, as well for internet on the T-Mobile network if you have a T-Mobile internet plan!

May 28, 2009 | AT&T CECT Unlocked i68+ Quadband GSM FM...

5 Answers

I cant recieve my text messages using my sciphone i68


first off need to know what cellular provider you are using, 2nd all text or picture text. regualar text is classified as SMS pic text is MMS. You may have a corrupt setting, but ill take a guess and post T Mobile setup. if you use someone else dont use these settings.

SMS Messaging:
1.) From the main screen tap the SMS Text icon.
2.) Tap SMS on the Messages menu.
3.) Tap SMS settings on the SMS menu.
4.) Tap either SIM1 or SIM2 on the SMS settings menu, whichever SIM you are setting
up at this time for SMS messaging.
5.) Tap Profile settings on the SIM1(2) message settings menu.
6.) Tap on any unused profile to select it, then tap the Edit button on the bottom of the
screen.
7.) You should be on the Profile name menu with the name field already highlighted. Go
ahead and tap the Edit button at the bottom of the screen.
8.) Tap in the following text between the quotes in the Profile name editor:
“T-Mobile”
Next tap the Options button at the bottom of the screen. Next tap the Done button.
You should be back on the Profile name menu with the new name.
9.) Tap the area below the profile name. The top of the menu should change to read SC
address and the bottom of the screen should show a numeral keyboard.
Tap in the following text between the quotes in the SC address editor:
“+12063130004”
Next tap the OK button at the bottom of the screen.
10.) A Save? question box should pop up. Tap the Yes button at the bottom of the screen.
You are done setting up SMS messaging for T-Mobile. You can continue
to tap the Back button on the bottom of the screen until you exit out of all
the menus to the main screen, or simply press the On/Off button once to
get back to the main screen. At this point you can test SMS messaging by
sending yourself a text message, or continue with other setup of the
phone.
MMS Messaging:
1.) From the main screen tap the SMS Text icon.
2.) Tap MMS on the Messages menu.
3.) Tap MMS settings on the MMS menu.
4.) Tap Server profile on the MMS settings menu.
5.) Tap either SIM1 or SIM2 on the MMS settings menu, whichever SIM you are setting up
at this time for MMS messaging.
6.) Scroll down the list until you come to Profile 8. You can use any profile if need be, but
profile 8 is usually the first not already filled.
7.) Tap on Profile 8. Tap Edit profile.
8.) Tap just below Rename profile, then tap on the Edit button at the bottom of the screen.
9.) Clear the current text, then tap in the following text between the quotes
“T-Mo MMS”
Tap the Options button at the bottom of the screen.
Tap the Done button.
10.) Tap the area below Homepage, then tap on the Edit button at the
bottom of the screen.
11.) Clear the current text except for “HTTP://”, then tap in the
following text between the quotes after the HTTP://
“216.155.174.84/servlets/mms”
Tap the Options button at the bottom of the screen.
Tap the Done button.
12.) Tap the area below Data account, then tap Select at the bottom of
the screen.
13.) Tap GPRS on the Data account menu.
14.) Scroll down the list until you come to T-Mo MMS, the data account
set up under the Data Account Services section. Tap on T-Mo MMS
to select it.
15.) Tap the area below Connection type, then tap Select at the bottom of
the screen.
16.) Tap on HTTP, then tap on OK at the bottom of the screen.
17.) Tap the area below Proxy address, use the numeric keyboard at the
bottom of the screen to tap in the following numbers,
“216155165050”. The result should look like 216.155.165.050 under
Proxy address.
18.) Tap the area below Proxy port, use the numeric
keyboard again to tap in the following numbers
“8080” to replace the current 0 value. Then tap OK.
19.) The areas under both User name & Password should
remain BLANK. If they are not blank, select each,
and Edit them by clearing all text.
20.) Next tap the Done button at the bottom of the screen.
21.) A Save? question box should pop up. Tap the Yes
button at the bottom of the screen.
22.) Tap the Activate profile button on the T-Mo MMS menu screen, and you should be
taken back to the Select profile screen where a big green check mark will be beside the
newly saved T-Mo MMS profile.

For full help topics I have a cd available for 10 us dollars. Has 100's of mp3 ring tones wallpapers, and java games and opera java browser. Guaranteed help on every question ever asked on these phones. And all settings for all cellular services. I have answered 100 questions with this CD. If interested contact prestorose@aol.com Pay Pal only, will send out First CLASS Mail in padded envelope. If interested I will send Pay-Pal invoice that can be filled out and returned with instructions. Guaranteed safe transaction.

May 09, 2009 | Dual Electronics CECT P168 Cellular Phone

4 Answers

RECEIVING sms ON 8GB IPHONE BUT CANNOT OPEN


You may try this iTunes data recovery software! It helped me recover deleted text messages from iPhone 4.

Tenorshare iTunes Data Recovery is a great and professional iPhone data recovery tool for you to recover iPhone data you deleted or lost even your phone is broken or stolen. It takes a good advantage of the iTunes backup file.

By using this software, you can recover deleted or lost photos, videos, music, contacts, text messages, notes on iPhone 5, 4S, 4, 3g and save them to your computer safely and easily. What's more, it even enables you to recover iPhone data without iTunes or your phone!
You can get it from http://www.any-data-recovery.com/product/itunes-data-recovery.htm

Nov 17, 2007 | Apple iPhone Smartphone

Not finding what you are looking for?
Apple iPhone Smartphone Logo

Related Topics:

114 people viewed this question

Ask a Question

Usually answered in minutes!

Top Apple Cell Phones Experts

Les Dickinson
Les Dickinson

Level 3 Expert

18330 Answers

Lesley Cameron
Lesley Cameron

Level 3 Expert

353 Answers

Ed Nelson
Ed Nelson

Level 2 Expert

149 Answers

Are you an Apple Cell Phone Expert? Answer questions, earn points and help others

Answer questions

Manuals & User Guides

Loading...