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for sending text messages :
1. call to your network operator customer care 2. request the message center number... 3.note it down 4. go to message settings>message center number 5. insert the number which is noted by you and save it
this solves your messaging problem ...
IF Problem not Solved So
Please Reset or Format the Phone
Problem will Solved Good luck
If you can't send text messages the SMS settings of the service provider may not be saved on your phone.You should define a message centre on your phone for sending and receiving text messages.Contact your network service provider and they can send it to you..
Thank you VERY much!!
I even downloaded the user manual from the web,hoping it might provide more in-depth info. than it has in the little booklet that comes with the camera,only to find it was exactly the same thing online!
I was getting pretty worried,thinking I'd somehow messed up the photo-sending imaging,as up until today it was working fine!
I've just gone through the process as you suggested on Aug.18th and it is going great once more--I just hope it stays that way,lol!
Photos can be sent by MMS and e-mail but not SMS. If you want to send photos you will need to find out if the program supports MMS or if it only supports SMS. Look at the programs options to see if you can set it to use MMS.
SMS is a very simple system, you can only send text with no formatting options and your messages can be no longer than 160 characters (although this is not entirely true, some carriers will transport a message over 160 characters but you cannot guaranty the phone/device you're sending to can receive it and if it does it may show the whole thing or may split it into 160 character messages, either way your carrier WILL charge every 160 characters, in full or part, as a separate message).
As you haven't said what program it is that's about as much as we can say at this point so if this doesn't help message back.