1. I cannot receive text messages while talking on the phone or access the text messaging feature.
2. Some words from predictive text are coming out as numbers and I have to change it to the right word. How do I fix that
Well to let you know I have the same problems. Thanks for the first peaice of advice, about the texting while talking, etc. Another solution to your second problem is to not use T9. I have the same phone and also use T9. The number thing is SO annoying! I'm going to contact AT&T. If I hear further info I will let you know. Do you ahev any problems sending and receiving picture mail, actually any multimedia messages. I LOVE this phone but these problems are ones that get very annoying.
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The question is worded vaguely, so I'll try to give a general overview.
Modern mobile phones come with a built in app that allows users to access the text messaging services offered by the service provider.
If the plan you selected from your cellular service provider includes texting, (just about all do these days), open the app and follow the step-by-step instructions to log into the app and perform any required set-up.
In general.....if someone needs to text you, they would open the text app on their phone, enter your cellular telephone number, type a message and press the send icon.
On your side, your phone would indicate that a text has been received. The app may auto open and display the text on the phone's display without any involvement on your part, or , you may need to press an icon to open the app.
You can read the message, and then type out a reply (if needed) and press the send icon one completed. Once both parties are done, you can press the home button...exit button or something similar to exit out of the texting app.
If there is a profile of the texter in your phone's address book, you might even see his/her name appear on the screen during the texting session,
for sending text messages : 1.go to your message settings and check the message center number to see if it is correct 2. call to your network operator customer care 3. request the message center number... 4.note it down 5. go to message settings>message center number 6. insert the number which is noted by you and save it
I have 2 theories:
it's either you got the wrong number saved on your phone of your "certain" friends or people that cannot receive your text messages or
the people you are texting and say that they don't receive your messages lie to you or
1.check if the numbers saved on your phone is correct.
2.try to meet one of those certain people you said that cannot receive your message. when you are with any one of them, borrow their celphone and then send your text message, see if your message is received or not.
access your account online and block all of those things in your plan options, or you can call verizon wireless and tell them all the things that you listed here and they will have your phone block them