Question about Cell Phones
This is a common problem in some phones. By default, some phones are set to store received messages in the phone memory. When this memory has received so much messages that it can no longer store the incoming messages, this message comes up. Fortunately, fixing it is not hard as far as you have a memory card. Here is the instruction on how to rectify it.
1. Open messages,
2. Press the options button,
3. Select the settings option and go to text messages,
4. Change the default save location from the phone memory to the memory card and it should be fine.
Hope this was helpful?
Posted on May 29, 2011
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