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all of the files that you send in a phone via bluetooth is normal to recieved into inbox messages. once you recieve the file open it in the inbox, then goto options and save it to memory card.after that you can now delete it on your inbox.Goto music player and and goto option then click update music library, you can now play all of the music that you sent.hope this helps..enjoy
I have the same problem. I end up clicking the menu button from the main screen, then click SMS and MMS (second row). From there i can view them. Not sure why we can't see them from the main screen though?!?
I have a similar issue on my blackberry curve - all I do is to remove the battery for a few moments and the pop it in and the new message indicator is reset. A small annoyance but happens now and again.
You are running out of memory, just free up your memory. You can do this by doing some or all of the following:
Clear your log (hold alt and press lglg>then menu key>select "Clear Log">confirm)
Close programs you're not currently using (hold alt and back button) Some items will always be running like messages, phone, browser, home screen so on and so forth, leave those running
Uninstall themes and programs that you are not using anymore (Options>Advanced Options>Applications) [Leave the following applications on the phone or you will have trouble: BlackBerry "Version # i.e. 4.2" Core Applications; BlackBerry System Software; BlackBerry Attachment Service; Browser; Help; Phone. The rest are if you use them or not i.e. Tasks; MemoPad, BB Messenger, if you don't use them then you can delete them without major problems on your phone)
Move photos, music, video and other multimedia over to your disc instead on the actual BB device. Also delete ringtones that you no longer use
From your desktop uninstall languages that you do not need
Delete out your old text messages and emails, try to save them on your computer instead of your laptop (with email) or forward text messages that you need to your email then delete the actual text message
This should be a good start to clearing out your memory and start receiving text messages again along with your call logs showing up. If you remove an application it will ask to reboot, let it and then send a text message from online to make sure that you're up and working again. Then maintenance your BlackBerry about every week afterwards depending on your storing habits. Hope it works!
Well I would need to know the specific phone in question. Without a make and model I wouldn't be a big help. Also, depending on the make, I may not be very much help since I don't know all models of phones so if your make is out of my expertise, I will recommend a different expert to contact