Question about Motorola Mobility Q Smartphone
Hi when you say what is ment by multipull networks, this usually means that the phone can take different network.
Also with you message problem you will need to ring your service provider and ask for the message senter number they will give you this over the phone.
Also you can ask them if they will send you the settings for your phone via a text message you can do this on most networks and this will update all your settings hopefully solving your problem.
I will look for your message center number and also see if i can find the right settings for your phone and if i find them i will talk you through what you need to do.
Let me know how you get on ok speak soon.
Hope this is some help to you i will continue to look for your settings and number you need if i find them i will post message here for you ok.
Posted on Nov 30, 2007
Dear jmoore, first of all i would like to check you message settings. There are multiple parts in it. check your message center number. if you dont know it ask you service provider. You also have to put reply via same server to 'NO'. I assume you are in proper service area.
You might also like to get your hardware checked for any signal problems with your cellphone. You can also try to send it on multiple networks to see if it works. And if it does on some networks then it means theres nothing wrong with your cellphone. Recipient inbox could be full. You should also delete all the pending messages from your outbox to solve the problem.
It that doesnt work there is no way except taking the phone to your nearest cellphone shop.
If that has helped you please press 'fixya'
Posted on Nov 29, 2007
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