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I have note II. Here's my solution: in SMS, when you click create messaging icon, then click on phone book icon, you will see CONTACT tab listing everyone you have emailed and those in your phone book. Ignore that list. Scroll to the left to GROUP tab. Scroll down to MY CONTACT. It'll then show a list with the contacts on your phone (that is, you have ...


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I have used Hello SMS for a long time and believe me, if there was an option for this I would have done it a long time ago. The only way possible to send a text to make it jump to the top as you mentioned.


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I found the issue is because I had disabled the Samsung Account app using CleanMaster's App Manager (which allows me to disable any app including system apps). Once I re-enabled it and updated it, I was able to sign in to my Samsung account and change the settings. I disabled (saved) and re-enabled (saved again) the SIM change alert feature, after also ...


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Two ideas. From your home screen, go to Settings, then choose Sounds, then choose Volume then look at the slider for Notifications. If it's all the way to the left, then your notification volume is off, slide it to the right and that might fix the problem Also, I was told that there was a problem in the 4.4.2 build and only the "whistle" sound works. ...


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Most probable cause is lack of memory. If your device has not a lot of ram memory then only if you root your device and then delete all the bloatware you'll get a faster device. Anyways, you could try another message app, like Google's Hangouts. After you install and launch it, this app lets you choose if you want they to manage your messages


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For a Galaxy Note 3 Go to settings -> controls -> language and input, Click Samsung keyboard settings icon, deactivate auto replacement


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The answer may soon be SMS Backup+, version 1.5.6 (still not yet released as of 2014-11-01). The upcoming version addresses an issue (#460) for SMS Backup+ to account for the sudden changes in SMS data handling in Android 4.4 KitKat.


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The best method to backup/export sms(and others like contacts) is using Titanium Backup app. Note: While importing use setting "Let me choose myself." This is recommended for inter-version import/export.


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There are several apps supporting to Backup SMS/MMS (and of course also to restore them), running locally in "user-mode" (if you prefer cloud storage, which by the question you do not, there are also ways to Backup SMS into the Cloud). As your devices have root support, you might consider using Titanium Backup – which allows you a.o. to export your SMS/MMS ...


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just delete the text while its sending (click and hold on the message) if the text is not too embarrassing just tell the person who it accidentally got sent to that you didn't mean to send it to them and that it was an accident. or every time you send a text you could create a new text (by typing in/searching for the correct phone number or contact name ...


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What's even worse is that it's not just a combined view; the text messages are actually inserted into your Inbox, so your private text messages sync back to your corporate email account, so they show up in Outlook on your PC, and they're available for your company's Exchange administrators to snoop on! It's probably the most annoying anti-feature I ...


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Because when you use emojis, you force the use of UTF-16 encoding instead of the regular 7 bit ASCII encoding. 7 bit ASCII encoding allows 160 characters per SMS, but since UTF-16 encoding takes up about twice as much data per character, it only allows 70 characters per SMS.


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You could try an app like this. I haven't tried it myself, but the description seems to fit your needs.



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