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With SMS (Short Message Service) you can only send text. The only way to share your pdf through this service is by pasting the Dropbox (or Google Drive or another cloud service) link where is stored your file. Otherwise you can always send an email :)
You can install a 3rd party SMS app called Handcent Next SMS which provides the option to disable emoticons on all (incoming/outgoing) sms. Install the app → Settings (inside app) → Custom style → Conversation settings → Disable smileys Click to enlarge Alternatively if you're on rooted android, you can recompile your ...
The problem is due to SMS message center not being stored in the new SIM. Unlike other mobile devices where you can manually set the SMS message center, the latest Android update seemed to keep this setting well hidden. You can try setting the SMS message center by opening the phone dialer and dial - *#*#4636#*#*. This will open the hidden setting ...
Marshmallow (Android 6) has a new permissions model. Applications targeting Marshmallow can now be restricted to fewer permissions at runtime, and these applications should fail gracefully, rather than the all-or-nothing permissions model of prior Android versions. In Marshmallow, this is a feature of the standard OS, and does not require rooting or ...
I've encountered similar problem and thought I might share my solution with the others who are having trouble with split messages. Maybe it's not the easiest and most "user friendly" workaround but it worked for me. Mind you that I've repaired (?) like this only about 40-50 messages - I wouldn't recommend my way for bigger amounts of SMS. My solution: ...
Here is the way you can refer to transfer SMS messages from old iPhone to new Android. Use iCloud to backup your SMS Then connect Android phone to your computer Open the iCloud backup file and copy those SMS to Android phone
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