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Just download 3rd party text messaging app "Textra", make that app as default messaging app ann reboot the phone, then all the messages will be shown. Just delete all the messages from that app and issue will be sorted out.


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Same issue here for my husband's text messages; just his conversation was muted and I wasn't receiving any type of notification when he sent a message. I must've pocket muted him :) To fix I opened the conversation, tapped the arrow to the right of his name, and tapped notifications to turn them back on (was set to off). Now the conversation is un-muted ...


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The reason is that the existing conversation thread for contact group ABC has hard-coded knowledge of the phone numbers used, rather than a reference to the contacts. Therefore after setting a new default number for contact A, texting group ABC using the existing conversation thread will send to A's old number. However, texting group ABC by creating a new ...


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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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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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Try FreeCharge app. It can detect OTP without opening messages. You can pay mobile bills, electricity bills, DTH and much more using this app.


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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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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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As soon as there is no details in your question I'll answer in general: if you've got an android device - you could be tracked. This is not only about some sort of embedded Google telemetry or hidden spying apk - any app, that has permission to access your sms/camera/other data can do so. This is how it may look like: : Of course there are couple of ways ...


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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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I had the same exact problem. I pocket muted my girlfriends notifications. I found the solution however! Go to your messages with the person who has a mute symbol next to the conversation. Then look at the spot that had their name at the top left (with a phone number right under) click the drop down arrow on the right side of the name. And it will say ...


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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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