1. AC Question's Avatar
    Hi everyone!

    Just got a new Lenovo A7000 running Android 5.0 and apparently it just won't send any text messages. I can receive them normally, but as soon as I try and send it gives me a "Message not sent" and posts the text with an orange warning sign. I've tried installing another texting app but it still won't send anything. I also don't think it's a carrier issue, as the phone is dual-sim, and both sim cards get the same error when I try to send. Any help?
    08-07-2015 01:53 PM
  2. Rukbat's Avatar
    If the text is longer than 160 characters (80 if the language you use needs Unicode characters - accents and that sort of thing), it goes via MMS or it's broken into 160 character messages. Make sure that either your APN is set correctly for your carrier (with 2 SIMs, you'll need 2 APNs) or that your text app is set to break long messages (or not send them as MMS - it means the same thing).
    08-07-2015 05:40 PM

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