There is currently a message in my outbox that will not send and will not be deleted (other messages did not send but did delete). Ever since I attempted to send the message, I have been unable to send any othere text messages.
I'm not sure if this is related, but I tried to send the message when I had 5 bars, but was not connected the the cellular network. I restarted the phone, and after receiving a flood of messages I found that I could no longer send.
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1 move the text that can't be deleted from OUTBOX to DRAFTS
2 if you still can't delete it go to SETTINGS-FLIGHT MODE select SHOW at STARTUP
3 switch phone OFF and ON again. select FLIGHT MODE at the beginning. switch phone OFF and ON again
4 select NORMAL MODE if asked. go to DRAFTS and delete that message
maybe there's too much messages in your inbox and/or outbox.you need to delete some or all the messages.
there's also another way. you have to buy a sim card from your provide becuase your current sim card might be broken.
All you have to do is go to your message setting on your phone:
1. Open Messaging
2. On New message sellect options at bottom
3. Open settings
4. Open Text message, you should see: Message centre, message centre in use ect..
5. Open message centres this should go to next screen then open again, this screen should have : Message centre name & Message centre number (from your network provider you need to find out what is the message centres name & number are e.g in Australia it should be SMSC1 and number is +61411990001) then just manually enter these in there.
Had a similar problem myself (Sony Ericsson W890i) - just a plain old SMS message got 'queued' in the outbox, and all further messages I tried to send got sent to the outbox too without ever being sent.
What I did was delete all the messages that I could from the outbox (5 out of the 6 which had been 'queued'), and the one remaining message that I could not delete I cancelled, sent it to the Drafts folder, and then Saved it (to the SIM). I then switched off the phone, took out the SIM card, put it in my old Sony Ericsson handset, switched that on, went to the Messages folder and deleted this one troublesome SMS message from the 'Saved' sub folder. Replaced the SIM in my current handset, and sending messages thereafter was no problem. Hope it works for you too!