I was searching for the answer to this question, and was frustrated by results on the web, but found out the answer by accident: in the default messages app, hold down the message in question until it's highlighted, then touch the three dots in the upper right corner. Select "view details," and it will display both the time the message was sent and the time ...
I have a Galaxy Note 9 and a Galaxy watch and I use Yaata SMS.
You don't get any extra features that you would get in the 3rd party SMS app but you can still read and reply to text messages the same as you can with the default app.
Google push notifications are handled differently than SMS. AFAIK only Google Play Services app has access to all push notifications (as it receives them). Therefore getting those push notifications would require to inject code into Google Play Services, e.g. in form of an XPosed module (requires rooted device + (ed)Xposed installed).
BTW: The push ...
Had the same problem, I know my phone number is on my SIM because enabling DSDS and toggling on eSIM displayed my phone number under the right carrier. I turned this all off, but at least I knew my SIM wasn't messed up.
I used dialing code *#*#4636#*#* to look at Phone Information. Even this menu showed my phone number as unknown!
I used the ellipsis ...
There's a possibility that the short number/code hasn't been registered by the operator.
There are 2 similar cases happen with different operator:
Why won't my phone allow me to send an SMS to a 5 digit number? It keeps telling me error 28 try again. I only activated my SIM card on Saturday.
Not all, if any, short codes are ...