For some reason when I turn my phone on it takes a very long time to be able to access text messaging because the phone says that the memory is not ready. I can't access my inbox, I can compose messages, and I'm actually not receiving messages either!
If someone could help me out with this I would be extremely grateful.
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The "Cannot Connect" message indicates that your device is not able to access the internet, either through your cellular service provider (ie. Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, etc.) or through a Wi-Fi router if you happened to be connected to one. You must have a data plan in order to gain access through your provider. Also check the settings on your phone to make sure you are connecting to a Wi-Fi if you happen to have access to one at home or work place.
I just had this problem, after pulling my hair out, then trying any solution i found on here nothing worked. <br />So i tried something myself i had a lot of messages in my out box so i started to delete them on bulk with multiple delete, after i had emptied the out box, miracle of miracles it worked i can no access my in box, about time too!
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I had the same error message on my Samsung a900. I deleted everything and then did a soft power off. The first power off/on didn't work but after turning the phone off for about 5 minutes and then turning it back on, all the messages I missed were received all at once.
To be able to send and reply to text messages you must have NOL net access. Press menu(left of the left arrow key), scroll to net, press ok(if an error message appears contact nextel for internet service), scroll to text messaging, press ok. From there you can write, read and reply to text messages. The reason for having to do it this way is because this phone as well as others with nextel were being produce when text was first being introduced to nextel, at that time motorola wasn't making nextel phones with the option of text, so it was up to the provider to give text access(via. net).