how long? like pages and pages?
BREW is Binary Runtime Environment for Wireless, aka a way of writing programs for some types of mobile phones (mostly Verizon). If what follows looks like garbage, and there's a lot of it, then it means something is trying to send you a program via BREW. I don't know the specifics of it, but i'd assume the gibberish is either the program itself (if there's a LOT of it) or some kind of code to tell the phone to go get the program.
Either way, i'd guess you can safely ignore it.
Ok, don't worry. I think I've isolated this obscure problem. (Sprint techs take note). It's actually your own doing and don't become paranoid about spam texts. This is NOT spam text. It's a problem with Sprint Mobile email application that comes on most phones.
It's actually meant to be quite helpful since it will allow you to get push email (ie instant email or blackberry like email) straight to your phone. The problem is if you uninstall the program, or do a hard reset on your phone without resetting your email information on the server, it will keep sending the email (push) notification in the form of the 9114 text message gibberish. Usually this text would get interpreted by the Sprint email program. I have the Touch and found out through trial an error and noticing that the texts come at the same time I kept getting emails.
A more decisive fix instead of just blocking the text message sender is by using the Sprint email program and re-enter your infomation for your previous email account. If you don't remember just start sending emails to your various email accounts (allow a few minutes between each) and wait to see if you get a text from 9114. When you find out which email it is, you should register with that same account again. Once you have done that select re-register under the menu. Don't enter anything after that. It will clear your info off the server and now you can uninstall the email program AND you will stop getting the texts.
So in short, don't blame the gmail or yahoo, it's not their fault. While I'm usually the first person to jump on Sprint customer service for their general lack of knowledge on a lot of things, this is a pretty obscure problem. The program is really to blame although it's a symptom of a helpful feature.
<DIV>9114 is the 'push' freature from Yahoo mail trying to tell you that you have email. You can turn this notification feature off through Yahoo, block texts from 9114 at sprint.com or call tech support and we can add the block for you. </DIV> <DIV> </DIV> <DIV> </DIV>