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check with your network provider for the message centre number for your network. You may have to manually punch it in. Go into your messages once you are given the number by your network provider click onto text messages. then click onto message centre number. Enter number given to you by your network provider. you should be able to receive and send messages unless your storage capacity in your phone has depleted. just delete unwanted data should this is this case.
Call your Service Provider ,ask them to give you the MESSAGE CENTRE NUMBER
Then go to you your mobile messages then messages settings then text messages then to
MESSAGE CENTRE NUMBER then type the number they gave you in the message centre number
then save and begine send text messages and receive
samsung cant receive message,here i giving u two code no for resit your phone setting and the network setting.
*2767*3855# for reset your phone setting.
*2767*972# for reset your network setting.
if my solution useful,please voted me,thank.
I think when you send text message it says message failed...right..???
This is because there is option in your mobile called as message service centre number.please check weather this number is correct.Call your service provider and you can get this number.
And also there is an option called as reply via same message centre please put this to 'NO'. now you can send messages
To go to this options please check follow these steps....
3.Go to 'message settings'
4.in that open 'text message'
5.there is an option called as 'message centre',please entre your new message centre number and save it. set this as your message centre
6.Check the option 'reply via same centre' and please put it to 'NO'
ur message centre may be wrong! switch off ur phone n rmove d sim! again insert d sim and now switch on ur phone! if the problem persists then call the customer care of ur network provider! ask them abt their mesage center number n then open messaging>>options>>settings>>text message>>message centres>>sim message centre>>message centre number n then enter that no. there!