I've been searching for the past few days for a way to remove this limit. I found a solution. However I tried it multiple times and not once did it work. Later today I resorted to searching through the settings.db using an android app found in the market place for free. SQL Explorer Download it, as you'll need it to follow this tutorial). Personally I find this useful for SMS bombing my brother. Normally if you send roughly 100 texts or so and it would display a message saying that the app is sending to many and to continue or quit. This will remove that entirely so you can spam or just remove that limit if your a extreme texter. Once you've got the app installed on your android phone, launch it up and scroll down till you see "com.android.providers.settings". Click on that. Now click databases and then click settings.db. Now click on system and then add "sms_outgoing_check_interval_ms" as a key with a value of 0. (Scroll to the right to see the value.) To add you simply hit menu on your phone and select Add Row. After which it will insert a null key. All you need to do then is edit it. Once done go back to secure and repeat this. (Not sure which it needs to be in System or Secure, I currently have it in both and it works just fine!) Once you've done that simply reboot your android phone to have successfully removed the sms limit. Note: To follow this you must have a rooted android device with GingerBread installed. (May also work on other versions of android but is currently untested) If you do not have a rooted android device but your device is the same as mine HTC Desire HD and also have Windows, you can try this... Download and run this script I made. It should automate the process. if all went successful you should be able to perform things like this. Need more help with this? Just ask below in the thread or optionally use my signature.