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4. Android deleted textmessages randomly by itself
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I have the same problem. I called Sprint and they said the only way to get rid of the recent text message contacts is to completely erase the incoming calls you have. Don't know if that includes locked ones, too, but I'm trying it now (I have one locked message). Will let you know.
Help!!! I have had Sanyo Katana SCP6600B for about 16 months. My first problem with it arose the other day. The battery ran dry, so I attempted to recharge. After a couple of hours ,I attempted to restart the phone. It wouldn't re-activate. When I plug the phone into the re-charger, it comes on for about five minutes; ( I can call out, retrieve messages , check my contact list , etc.) , and then goes dead. I can only get it going again by unplugging the charger, and then re-connecting it....
So now I have a cell phone which only works when plugged into the mains, and then only temporarily! Not very practical...
Can anyone suggest what is the problem, and if it can be fixed?