Eliminate the "Inbox Full" and new text message notifications
I used my Motorola RAZR V3 while in the U.S. Now I'm in Thailand and the cell phone company that I'm with has been sending junk messages to my phone everyday, several messages a day. I talked and the company won't stop sending. It's been very annoying because everytime (several times a day) that the phone receives a mesage, it will ring (or vibrate, depending on how I set it). When the message is full, the "Inbox Full" notification blocks the time display on the small screen outside. And the "Message Full" notification blocks the date display on the big display inside. I can no longer and don't have time to keep erasing messages (and don't want to be annoyed everytime a message is received), and now the "Inbox Full" and the "Message Full" notifications block time and date that I could easily see otherwise.
My 2 questions are:
1)Is there anyway to alter the operating system of the phone so that text messages can still be received, but it won't annoyingly notify me everytime it arrives? (setting the phone to silent will solve this issue, but I won't be hearing any incoming call either.)
2) Is there anyway to alter the operating system so that the "Inbox Full" and the "Message Full" notifications are not displayed eventhough the message is full?
I used to use "P2K Phone file manager" to help alter certain attributes of the phone (that people put instructions on the internet), so I'm quite familiar with tampering with files inside the phone. If no one can provide solutions, I think I'll start by hunting for the keywords "Inbox Full" and the "Message Full" in the .seem files and empty them out. But I think this will still most likely not solve the problem because the system will most likely still notify me everytime a message arrives, and bring up empty message blocks for "Inbox Full" and "Message Full." Please let me know if you could help with this then. Thank you!
Re: Eliminate the "Inbox Full" and new text message...
Well the answer to the first question is ya you can turn the annoying notifications off. All you have to do is go to menu-settings-audio-vibe & ring detail. then u scroll down to messaging and change it to silent.(your phone may not me vibe & ring detail its watever setting you have it on (ex. loud ,vibrate,vibe then ring) and this is followed by the word detail
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Go to Menu--message--inbox--open up the message which u want to delete n then press the option button---u will see Erase/Delete as an option then click OK.Again press OK if asks for confirmation.That's how u empty your inbox.
If u want to delete all the inbox messages then for that also you have an option in the inbox.
Just don't forget to press the "Option" button if u have to see the function.
Why am I receiving a memory full notification?
Memory full warning notifications are shown once the SMS memory reaches 80% full, which is 80 out of 100 SMS.
The notifications show up every time on receiving a new message. On reaching 100%, "Memory full notification" message is shown and no new messages will be received until we make space for incoming messages by deleting some from the inbox.
Memory full warning notices are shown only if "Auto Erase Inbox" is set to Off in Messaging settings (Menu -> Settings -> Messaging). If set to On, then these notices are not shown. By default this is set to Off.
I have to jump to the obvious first question here: Have you tried clearing out some data from the phone? Make sure you clean out Sent and Deleted messages, and delete some pictures that maybe didn't turn out so well.