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the best thing to do is take out the sim and reinsert it as your phone might have lost some configuration to send/receive a text message. If that doesn't work then your phone company might have erased txt messaging from your plan. Contact them.
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)
i would give it a master reset, take out the batery while its on then put it back in and reboot it up then try to send a text. if thats doesnt work you should save your contacts and pics and ringtones on your computer than clear the phone reset the settings. and it should reset the network mms number. if you need help doign the reset let me know. also let me knwo if this works, it should