Deleted data in messaging app and now can only receive text, but not send!!!!

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Because of the appallingly small amount of internal phone memory on the Samsung Galaxy Ace II (I greatly dislike this phone as a result), I'm constantly deleated my cache, old text messages, less important apps, etc.The other day I mistakenly deleated the data for my messaging app (the stock one that comes with the phone) instead of the cache and I instantly stopped being able to send text, though can still receive them. How do I fix/replace this app?
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You can install free SMS/MMS apps from Google play such as
Handcent SMS whcih is a powerful free sms/mms tools for your android
Pansi SMS
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Hi there,

open your sms inbox , then press menu and scroll down to message center and check if the number there is +16475800172
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So, yes, that is the number saved in the messenger center.
And yes I did download Handsent but I have a grew texting plan, so I'd rather use my built in app instead if one that runs thought my internet data.

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