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I would say the first notification in first image would serve as a good replacement for the first notification in second image. (Click an image to enlarge it) Given that an SMS usually contains information considered private in nature, I would suggest you setup an automation task which would remove the notification created by your default messaging app ...
It is possible to control the nature of the notifications on a per-app basis. If you go to: Settings > Sounds and notifications > App notifications Then you can select the Messages app and toggle on the Hide content on lock screen option. This isn't as useful as the macro driven approach from Firelord as it hides both the sender and the content. It ...
Several services exist to send SMS via the Internet. One of the most popular (an possibly most reliable) is Google Voice.
You can choose another setting by going into Settings > Applications > Applications Manager > More (top right) > Show System Apps > Message Service (rather than Messages) > Tap 'Send Premium SMS' > Select Ask, Never Allow or Always Allow.
So what you need to do is; before you create the message, when you are at the screen where all of your text messages show up, tap the menu button in the to right of the screen. Then tap settings and go to multimedia message. Once there uncheck the box that says Group Messaging. This can only be done from the screen where you see all your other text messages ...
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