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Late reply, but I just experienced the same thing and used a different approach to fix this problem which may work for others. I'm not sure what caused this issue--never really looked at my Texting settings before. But below is what worked for me when restarting, and deleting data did nothing for me. I went to Running Applications, found the Texting ...


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I know this is late, but I have the same kind of phone, and came across the same problem. Honestly, if you have that many messages and still want to delete them, the best way to do so is to set the screen fade out to never, plug it into the charger, and delete the messages while you're sleeping. By the time you wake up the loading circle will be gone, along ...


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Handcent SMS is the most oft-recommended SMS replacement app on this site, so it's probably good to try. If you have no issues with it, then I would assume it's just a buggy SMS app that you have and not a deeper problem. If you don't mind losing all your messages you could try going to Settings -> Applications -> Manage applications, finding the SMS ...


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If you install the Android SDK on your computer, you can connect the phone via USB and use the adb tool to perform a factory reset on your phone. That will erase all your data. You can also use adb to retrieve files and data before doing the wipe. To retrieve files, type the following at the command prompt / terminal on your computer (make sure it's ...


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My buddy with a HTC Evo 4G w/ Android 2.2 put the SD Card in his phone and had no problem reading the files on the SD Card. The files were on a seperate partition that wasn't recognized w/ my myTouchSlide using 2.1. He was unable to format the card with his Evo but had a card adapter and put it in his computer and formatted the card on his computer. :) He ...


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To do a factory reset, you should be able to go to Settings -> Privacy and hit Factory data reset. Alternatively though, to just clear the SMS data you should go to Settings -> Applications -> Manage applications and find the SMS app ("Messaging" or similar) and clear the data for it. There may also be something like "Messaging Storage" that you ...



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