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Hi, go to your wireless provider web site and got their proper number "SMS Message Center Numbers".
On the phone, go to Options/SMS Text, move down to the Service Center line and put in the proper number remembering to put the + plus sign in front of it.
So if you get a Protocol Error and a Red X when trying to send SMS text, check this to fix it..
For you to set up text on your blackberry, go to the message icon and okay it.Once on the message icon you can click on the home button and a menu appears, scroll to compose SMS. You are then taken to the sms page where you can now enter the cell no. in the TO: field and the text space lays under it where you can type in your text message.
Simple! just click on the blank space beside the letters that you've typed in and press '0' or 'space' again.
Theres another option though, in message editing mode, select the icon with the pen and 'A' on the top left corner. Usually the first option of the 3. it'll change ur message editing mode to a QWERTY keypad.
you can transfer your text messages to your PC by installing a software on your PC called Jeyo Mobile Companion. download this software, install it and then connect your phone with the PC. once synchronized, you will be able to transfer all your text messages to your PC as a "Notepad" document! i hope this works for yah.. for your other question, go to start then settings, then "sounds and notifications", then go to the "notifications" tab, then in the "event" pull down menu select "messaging:new text message" and then check the "play sound" check box and then select any sound you would like. simple isn't it? ;)