1) i cant open my massage. once i received new sms, i cant open and read it. and i also cant send sms. the screen shows that my phone memory is full. i try and move all data to memory card but the problem is still happen.
2) my nokia 7610 cant be formated
even i push and hold ( call, * , and 3 ) when i restart my phone... so,
what is another way for me to formatting my phone?? i feel like my
phone is useless. please help me...
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Re: title. i cant open my sms
Not enough memory means your phone is too full of data IE. Pics, Themes, Contacts, Applications, Games, Old leftover files from sending via Bluetooth etc...
Do a clean up job. Get rid of all the trash.
The phone needs a certain amount of memory to function.
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I hope you can receive text sms. We have never come across sending and receiving text messages problems related to handset. If you can receive, then you can send them, except your messages settings. I don't understand when you say "Warid" anyway, if you haven't reset the phone to it's factory default, please do it now using the code 12345 (i hope you haven't changed it, if so, use your code). Go to settings > Restore factory > Ok and enter the code 12345 when you are prompted. Your phone will automatically restart after it is reset. Now try sending a text message once again. If this doesn't help, then follow the instructions below;
Go to Messaging > Options >settings > text message > message center (note the message center in use as soon as you open the "text message") then highlight the message center name which is in use, select it and check the center number (you'll need to refer to another sim card's message center with the same service operator).
[also set "reply via..." as "no" and "delivery.." as "maximum..."]
If it's different, then make the changes and save it. Now restart your phone and try sending the text message again. If the problem still persists, it's from the service provider, call the customer care of your network operator and tell them your problem, they'll help you fix it.