Notification problem

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  1. AtlantaSportsFan
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    I have a droid. This is extremely annoying. I deleted a text but it still appears in the notifications. When I press it, it takes me to a blank text screen. When I press clear it goes away... untill I press messaging and it re-appears again in the notifications. Basically, I can't get it to go away for good and it keeps appearing in notifications. What an annoying problem this is.
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    try a battery pull?
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    reboot the phone. you aren't using two messaging apps, are you? like the stock one and maybe one like Handcent?
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    Nope just the regular messaging app. I'll try battery pull and reboot.
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    DID u APP2SD ? if so search how to put them back in to phone..;.
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    Can you please tell me if you were able to get this fixed because I am having the same exact problem with my phone and that darn message
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    a battery pull should do the trick... make sure you leave the battery out for at least 30 seconds