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Motorola Droid unable to recieve text messages

My son's Motorola Droid displays the message "incoming text messages rejected due to full memory" He has deleted his inbox completely. Any ideas? Thanks

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Try to do a master reset on the phone,make sure he has saved his contacts and photos,

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