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Devin, I am not extremely familiar with stock Android, so I apologize if some of what I try to describe does not work exactly as I try to explain it. The SMS messages on your phone is maintained in a single database. That means you can use different messaging apps for SMS and the message "streams" or "history" stays the same regardless of the SMS app you ...


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I had the same problem. I fixed it by doing this: Go to Settings -> Privacy and Safety -> App permissions -> SMS Turn off the Messages app and turn it back on.


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Go to Settings -> Application manager. Find an application called "Badge Provider" and clear it's data. Then restart the phone. The (1) goes away.


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I've finally managed to restore the contents of my previous database on my current device and I will explain how. The idea was to copy the backup of /data/data/com.android.providers.telephony from my previous installation, to an Android Virtual Device, back it up there using SMS Backup & Restore in XML format, then restore that XML backup on my device. ...


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Try Multi Clipboard and OTP Viewer. While this does Multi Copy or is a Clipboard manager, This also reads One time Passwords and show on a floating widget that actually resolves your issue. Since you want to use OTP codes without switching to inbox, this app shows the OTP message in a floating widget and the code floats on screen as soon message arives in ...


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Settings>Privacy and Safety> App permissions> SMS> more (top right corner)> Show system> and finally turn on Message service. Helped for me. ;)



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