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Ask your network provider. It seems like it can't be a phone defect, just go to customer service and it should go alright


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In Handcent, I just found out by exploring, there is a file called "hc_account_picture.png" which gives the picture to the "Me" Contact internally. /data/data/com.handcent.nextsms/files/hc_account_picture.png is the full path. just copy the new graphic file here and then restart the phone!!!


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I found that using a 3rd party messaging app would solve the problem! But then, the functions of the built-in Samsung Messages app would be gone. Such as the swipe to call and also my favorite feature, the quick contacts. Boohoo


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Go to Settings -> Apps -> Downloaded. Here you'll see a list of all the apps that you have downloaded from the internet. If you open any one and scroll down to the bottom, you'll see all the permissions that the app has. An app that sends messages on its own would have the send SMS messages permission enabled, which looks like this. If you see this ...


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There are a lot of apps that can help to monitor almost everything on the cell phone not only SMS. I found great app than can solve all our problems and please read article about Parental controls for iPhone and Android. It helps me to make a decision.


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To solve all of this, I just use Emoji Keyboard.


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To add on to Matthew's comment, go to settings> device> default applications and take a look at what is set as your default messaging app. The app listed there should be the one receiving the SMS and sending you the notifications. If you're not seeing the messages listed there, we'll be happy to help you track down the issue.


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In case you're interested in more details than just sender and message (as in this answer), I've just found a nice article on the topic: Read SMS directly from Sqlite database in Android. Also see: The message data structure. Even better, take a look at Github: ANDROID-SMS is a tool written in Python which recovers all SMS messages and organizes them into ...


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I have wondered the same thing few days ago, so I asked : How can I change text vibration on my Galaxy S3. Then, I was told to try this app, which allows you to create your custom vibrate style and set it as a SMS vibrate alert. You should try it. Hope it will help.


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I am not sure of what you are looking for exactly, but i find this and it may help you : How to set up your mobile phone for SMS An SMS is a text message which can be sent to other mobile phones. You'll be able to send and receive SMS as soon as you've inserted your SIM card into your mobile phone. If this isn't the case, you can set up your mobile phone ...


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I have just migrated my SMS fron iPhone to Android with RecoveryAndroid Phone Transfer. I have found it from google, and find it hard to transfer sms between two phones. SMS are not like contacts, music, photos, videos which can manually move from one phone to another. It's a bit complex to move.


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In Android each application can control the notifications itself. So if you turn off vibration for calls, texts will still have the option, and so on. In the case of Hangouts: Open the application. Swipe from the left to open the menu (technically it's a navigation drawer). Tap "Settings" Tap "SMS" You can enable/disable vibration here: If you ...


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An app called Tasker, for rooted phones can schedule SMS messages. According to its site, it can also be configured for Facebook Messenger, though I have not tried it.


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After further digging, I found the answer. In the settings app under "wireless and networks," there is a setting: "Enable all apps to send SMS messages through Google voice." Disabling this fixed it.


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"just solved the issue. apparently when an app is 'disabled' it ends up at the bottom of the HUGE list under application manager -> all apps when you 'enable' the app, it re-joins it's place in the ranks alphabetically" found this on another site, for me it was in the tab "disabled apps"


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Even though you are using the default messaging app, open hangouts and go into the settings and check under Send SMS From. It should say send from Carrier, if it says Google Voice, the default app could use that number. Also, you may want to try to click on SMS Enabled and set it to disabled if it says enabled.


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How To Send a Text to an Email Address Hopefully I hope this helps you. It is a test that will help you determine if you can send SMS to email. Open your regular text messaging app and type a text like you normally would, but in the 'To', field enter your email address. Send one to yourself first to see if it works. There is also a carrier specific ones ...


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You have to enable MMS, (it's usually already enabled), and when you have done so, you can turn 4G on. Once that is done, and 4G/LTE, 3G is on, then you can type an email to send to.. type your message, and voila.


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You can call the carrier to block the voice and SMS on the SIM card


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This is Android 5.0.2, but the location should be the same on 4.4.2 Go to Setting -> Wireless & Networks -> More Select Default SMS App You will be able to select an SMS app to be the default.


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You could also just use the volume keys to zoom in/out.


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It is not possible to do a search within Hangouts from the app. Google, the king of search, still hasn’t added this most basic of features.


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I've found the solution. I was easily able to fix it by using pinch gestures on the screen. It works the same as viewing a webpage. Pinch apart to zoom in, pinch together to zoom out.


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This happens for few Mobile networks like Airtel in India (Not sure about other countries) when you replace the older macro sim with new micro/nano sim, the sms facility will be blocked for 1 week for security purpose (dont know what kind of security)



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