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My brother had a Samsung galaxy S-4, and he started having minor issues with it so he brought it into the store. the end result was him walking out with an S-5, and he explained to me a galaxy-specific process that allowed him to put everything into the new phone. his contacts, wallpapers, music and everything else. i assume that he started the process on ...


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Thanks all. In Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, We should manage default app in same app we don't want it to handle SMS. In Tango 3 settings, there is an option to avoid SMS handling.


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I used GO SMS Pro with previous android. Has an ad at the top of each screen unless paid for. Good functionality.


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Do you hear ringing when you receive a call? If you hear nothing at all you might want to check your headphone jack, it has a little switch inside that is used for the phone to detect whether headphones are plugged in or not. These switches tend to get stuck from time to time causing the phone -wrongfully- to detect headphones are plugged in, and sending the ...


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You can go to Messaging, go to Settings by pressing the button next to home button, scroll down and disable Preview Messages ... or even better disable notification.


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I've found that another option, on phones or text messaging apps that support group texting but that don't force MMS when you add a Subject, is to create an artificial 'group' consisting of the person you're texting to .... AND yourself. In other words, send the text to the target person AND yourself. If you've got group texting support, doing so will ...


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According to the official Twitter feed, their website is having problems right now. Try it again later. MightyText is a reputable piece of software, so while we can't say for sure what they're doing with your information (like any other closed-source software), you shouldn't assume it's malware just because it's not working as it should. See also this Venn ...


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Try Call Log Monitor app. This is free app. Call Log Master is another great free app but it will only work for call logs.


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Numerous Messenger apps provide the possibility of see of a person has read your message. For text messages it is not possible to get a read status as this is not part of the SMS protocol.


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For a Windows 8 PC, you should try mysms. It has an native Windows 8 client You can send/reveive texts on your Windows 8 PC via your mobile operator. Your PC and your phone will stay in sync.


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A family member also has the same device, and also uses hangouts, so I was able to copy the APN information from him. For any future reference, I got MMS to work again by adding these recods to the Google Hangouts APN List. Name: LTE - Verizon CBS MMSC: http://mms.vtext.com/servlets/mms MMS Proxy: not set MMS Port: not set MCC: 311 MNC: 480 ...


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IDK if WP8s have this feature, but is there a way to save your messages to the SIM? That is assuming you'll be keeping the SIM.


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I'm using this Android PC suite:


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No, delivery reports generally just tell you that the message has been delivered and is sitting on their phone. It does not necessarily tell you that they've been read. There isn't a way to tell if its been read as far as I know.


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From your situation, the most likely cause is that the message centre is not set correctly. First, find out the correct setting from your carrier: it's probably on their website, or you can phone their support line and ask. Once you know the correct setting, find the message centre option in the settings for the stock SMS app, and set it correctly.


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Go to your contact list -> pull up your menu -> share -> then via email or SMS etc..


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This is most likely a carrier issue instead of a phone one.



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