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    Default [SMS] "error Sending Message"

    Does anybody got a "Error sending message" when sending out SMS?? It happened to me everytime i reply to a SMS message, I have to clear the message history before I can send out the message. Or else I will keep getting "error sending message"...

    Any idea on how to fix this?
    It's very similar to the situation here, except the fact my previous phone is not Nokia.. But my Sim card is very old... like 8, 9 years old....
    http://www.pangilinan.net/weblog/arc...98560570386694
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    Is it just me having this problem?

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    I'm having the exact same issue, and posted a same question on the board..
    it doesn't seem to have a solution at the moment..

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    I got the same problem. It started happening today.
    Works when i restart the phone though. =/

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    I had the problem as well, but wasnt connected to restarting the device or the length of time the device was in STBY/SLEEP mode. My problem with my carrier happened to be the syntax of the SMS number for the recipient contact.

    BTC in the Bahamas needs area code+7 digit number i.e. 2421234567. I had a contact where I only set him up as 1234567 and no matter what I put into the SMS TO field, it would bring up the contact name and give the "ERROR SENDING MESSAGE" notification.

    I had to reformat the contact numbers to AREA CODE + 7 DIGIT # for it to work from contacts menu to send a text. Problem now is, all my local area calls to my contacts dont go thru due to the area code. Need to find a way to allow number linking to contact to allow for 7 & 10 digit number recognition for contacts....Any ideas? I will search and if I find any clues post back in this thread....Hope I didnt overlook something.

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    there is a thread already search caller id

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    SOLUTION:

    I came across this exact same issue this morning and was very easily fixed:

    I deleted my old SMS messages from my inbox and it worked immediately after that... didn't even require a reboot. Perhaps if you have a long history in your SMS conversation, it exceeds some limitation imposed by your carrier? (in my case T-mobile)

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    Quote Originally Posted by nights_ View Post
    SOLUTION:

    I came across this exact same issue this morning and was very easily fixed:

    I deleted my old SMS messages from my inbox and it worked immediately after that... didn't even require a reboot. Perhaps if you have a long history in your SMS conversation, it exceeds some limitation imposed by your carrier? (in my case T-mobile)
    Didn' t work for me.
    I seem to be able to send one sms each time i've restarted the phone.
    Like, I turn phone on, send a message, everyting works fine. Then, when I try to send another one i get the error.
    If i then restart the phone, I can send it. And then I get the error for the next sms I try to send =/. It's getting really annoying having to restart it all the time.

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    If you get that error when you "reply" to someone's message, the problem might be somewhere else.

    If your sender has erroneous setup in his sms settings ("use same sms service center"), your phone (whatever you have, not just iphone) will try to reply to that message by using the sms service center that your sender used.

    The problem is that when you are in a different mobile network, you are not allowed to send a reply using the sms center of the other company.

    Therefore, if you identify that you have such problems with a specific person/sender, ask him to check his sms settigs.

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    I am having the exact same problem where I have to clear the conversation history before replying to a text otherwise I get an "Error Sending Text Message". Any solution to this? BTW, using unlocked 1.1.1 on Rogers in Canada.


 

 
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