Question about Motorola Mobility MOTOKRZR K1 Cellular Phone
I've deleted all of my sent, inbox, and draft messages and my phone keeps saying "memory full." It wont let me send or receive text messages at all. I've tried removing the battery and putting it back in, but that still doesn't help and I keep getting the same message. Please let me know of any solutions!!! Thanks!
Go to settings, applications, manage applications, click on an app in the list, click on Force Stop, click on Clear Data, you will receive a warning, proceed anyway. Repeat these steps for each app, then reboot the phone. Worked for me.
Posted on Sep 19, 2012
Have u tried deleting other media like pics, videos, sounds............that can also occupy space.Maybe ur phone is so full of that media tht it does not have enough space left........how much of memory space does ur phone have?.............and have u inserted any memory card into it?
Posted on Jun 21, 2008
Does it show signal bars on the screen and are you able to make/receive
calls? If not then that is why. AT&T does not guarantee in building
service. If you do have signal and it is working other than text, then
check your message center number in the device:
From the standby screen, press Menu.
Scroll to and select Settings.
Scroll to and select Text Message.
Enter appropriate Message Center Number, then press Done. The message center number that should be there is +13123149810 (and the + sign does need to be in front of it)
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
yes... i am also getting same problem.
total SMS memory is 500 ie 200 for inbox , 200 for sentbox, 50 outbox and 50 for drafts. your my folder SMS's are still considering in inbox. that should not be more than 200.
Posted on Dec 28, 2009
This is very easy to deal with.
Firstly Backup your phone contents.
goto menu -> settings -> general -> restore factory settings.
use code 12345
if that fails then turn your phone off and press and hold
*, 3 and the Green call button while you power up your phone.
this is a hard reset and will format the contents of your phone memory, if problems persist after this then format you memory card too. and hard reset again.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
first press menu, select messages, then press menu button again, scroll down to cleanup messages, select, then scroll down to which box you want to delete and select. done!
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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