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Just found this forum while searching Google. Downloaded mysms onto android phone and onto tablet, enabled tethering on the phone, connected the tablet to the phones Hotspot and it works like magic.
No, there is no way to know whether a SMS is read or not. As of now it is only possible to know whether a SMS is successfully delivered to the phone or not. This delivery report is not a phone specific or app specific feature but it is provided by the operator, which is usually free. However the app should sport a feature to enable delivery notification ...
I have some solutions. To avoid apps permanently not to display in notification bar. Go in app info of particular app and disable show notifications. To read all SMS at once. Install Tetra SMS from play store .This app gives option to mark as read to all SMS
It is a weird and confusing design decision in my opinion. To answer your question : No. Your full name and email address is only linked to your Google account and is only used for your Hangout chat.
You will have to root your device. How did you uninstall it in the first place? It can't be uninstalled normally as it is a system app. Flash a custom recovery like CWM out TWRP, and then an appropriate GAPPS pick package to get back the play store.
-Open the stock sms app -Open the menu -Click on settings -Scroll down to "MMS" -Uncheck "SMS/MMS send to groups" (My language is german, so there is possibly a different test) Working with CyanogenMod 5.1.1 regards Lukas
Go to settings /sms/default sms account and Change it to your Gmail account
The message itself reacts to a long press, but the contact bubble on its left reacts to a single tap. Then you can long press on the phone number in the bottom field, and you can copy the phone number from there.
I had the same problem. Some of the above responses apply to other phones. Finally found it on my S6. Go to: Settings, Device, Applications, Email, then find the email account and click on it. Scroll down to find the Sync Messages option. Turn it off.
I don't have a Windows phone so I can't speak to this working but you may be able to do this with Pushile for Windows Phone and Pushbullet for Android. As long as both devices have connectivity it should work. You may even be able to reply from your Android device. This all depends on Pushile allowing for notification forwarding. It's a setting you'll have ...
Use Alcatel PC Suite. You can synchronize your smartphone data with PC this way.
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