In this article, we’re going to show with you step by step how to fix yourself any sim card that cannot receive and or unable to send text messages with your phone.
Has your sim card been broken and cannot be able to receive and or text an important text messages? If yes, then don’t worry because our topic of discussion today is ”why your SIM card cannot receive and send text messages and how to fix”!
I, Abdulrazaq has suffered a lot due to this message center number of a thing. It prevented me from receiving an important message(s), but the good news is that I had been known how to overcome it intelligently. Now, if you’re suffering like I had experienced before, then continue reading this article as I am going to guide you.
If your sim card got broken, that doesn’t mean that you should go and get another one! However, every problem gets solution. If your sim card is unable to receive and send text messages, please don’t throw it away.
Note that this guides below don’t have a limit. That is, you can use it regardless of any network type you use.
Surest reasons why your sim cannot receive or send text messages and how you can fix it yourself
The reason why sim card cannot be used to receive and or send text messages is that if you usually get text messages in a high rate, then some messages will get hung in the server thereby preventing you from receiving them untimely or not at all entirely.
In some cases, if the guidelines we showed below don’t work for, you should contact your sim card provider for assisting you delete some messages on your internal sim’s memory.
Every sim card has its own or specific message center number. And each message center number of any type of sim card differs from one to the other, i.e, message center number is unique.
Any message that is sent to you must passed through your message center number before it’s finally delivered to your message inbox.
Below are the guides of how to fix the Sim card which is unable to receive and send text messages with your phone.
If you’re not receiving message for a while through your sim card, decide changing your message center number.
How to change message center number of all networks in Nigeria step by step
Do you want to know how to reset your sim card’s message center number so as to enable it receive and send text messages?
Excuse me, we’re going to show you how to change message center number on both android and small handset (pin phone) by yourself technically in this article.
Where to find message center number of a Sim in an Android phone
Below are the guidelines for how to reset message center number of any sim card on android phone so that its inability to receive and send text messages be fixed.
- Dial *#*#4636#*#*
- Click Phone Information tab
- After Phone Information tab has been clicked, then
- Keep scrolling until you see SMSC menu
- In this point, enter or edit the message center number
- Finally click UPDATE tab.
How to find message center number of a sim card in a small phone
Follow the instructions below to get your sim card’s message center number set or fixed. We’ve included images so that you could understand easily!
- Go to your menu and click Message
- Hit right-hand-side okay
- Then click SETTING
- After you’ve clicked SETTING, you can now reset the message center number of your sim card.
- To reset your message center number, just change the last number to another number. I.e, if your message center number ends with 9, then replace it with 8 and vice versa.
If you’ve followed the steps outlined in this article above, then you can reset or edit your sim card’s message center number.
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However, please do note that if above guides don’t work for you, please call your network provider for assistance.