Question about Samsung Cell Phones
Check from your message settings that the message center number has not been tampered with or even totally deleted.
To do this, from the 'messages' , menu, scroll to 'settings / message settings'.
Scroll to 'sending profile'. from there, you should see the profile you are currently using.
Select it, and select the message center number.. Edit it to the correct number.
If you do not know what your message center number is, this is what you do.
Get another phone, with the same service provider as yours.
Following the same procedure, locate the message center number.
Use the message center number on this test - phone to set yours.
hope this was helpful?
Posted on May 20, 2011
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Go to your message setting then to text message setting and make sure your message center no is entered correctly...If not there then ask it from your customer care and then enter there correctly..after that you will be able to send sms..
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