Everytime when I go to my message center to try to send a text message It get froze & I can't send or press anything.....I tried to go 2 master reset and when I enter the unlock code it works only for 1 minute then it starts back freezeing up again....any suggestions???
I have had a lot of razor phones and they are good about sending you new ones when you have technical problems. I got my last one within a day from calling, and then you just send them back your old one. That could just be a glitch, they are good phones, but seem to have a lot of those.
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call to the costumer care of the sim company and ask for message service center no. or if your friend using same sim card then check from his/her mobile . go to message and then setting, then check message service center no. copy it to your phone. then try to send message
First of all try to check the message center number in your message setting as well as the format should be text,if it is pages change it to text.If not solved restore the phone by typing *#7789# or go to setting and factory setting., select restore only.Again itf the problem still persist contact sim card customer care.Good luck
hi, it very possible that the memory space of your phone is so low..try delete some applications you downloaded on the phone so as to free some memory space...also you could scan your phone for virus. cheers
Unfortunatly you have to call your cell carrier to RTN your phone which will erase everything in your phone. You may try to go to a store to get a software update. FYI. I worked for Sprint for 3 years.
It's a operator message. Your SIM card need to send a message to the operator to inform something about your phone (like you are using a new phone) but the receiver don't recognize for what the message is. Your sim card will keep sending the message until it receives a valid response. Try to change the SIM card and see what happens. If the problem appears only with one card, you may ask your carrier company to change it.
There is a message center number which is assigned automatically by your service provider. You may have accidently deleted or modified the number. Unless the message center is correct, you may not be able to send any messages.
Now, what you need to do is contact your service provider and get this number.