Android not deleting text messages

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Other things you can do:

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[*] Tap the new message notification. When you do this, the phone vibrates to notify you of the new message. Your phone doesn’t make a noise unless it’s in silent mode. You should turn on the vibration if you have a subtle pattern because you’d probably miss it otherwise.[*] After reading an SMS or MMS text message, swipe down from the top of your screen with two fingers. This action brings up three icons, including “Read Message.” (If all three heroes are gray, there’s no text message waiting for you.)

Other things you should not do:

[*] If a call comes in while you’re texting – which frequently occurs when using Bluetooth – ignore it. You’ll know when someone calls as soon as they hear your ringtone and see that “New Text Message” is displayed on your screen.[*] Don’t answer an incoming call while talking on Skype, FaceTime, or any other app! Just hang up! Once someone hears what’s playing on your voicemail, they’ll assume something important went wrong in your phone – so hang up immediately and call them back later.[*] Only delete texts after you’ve read them (or spoken to whoever sent them). Because most messages are screened before they’re sent out by phones and apps, everyone knows that nothing is permanent once a text has been sent out and read by another person.[*] If an iPhone/iPad user accidentally sends out a group text message or picture from their device to someone who has their phone set to send individual texts only (which is common), don’t delete the entire thing – only undo half of the recipients’ names in case one person mistakenly did send it out to everybody. And remember: Group texts are not like regular readers –

Text messages take up space on your Android device.

Text messages take up space on your Android device. If you have a lot of text messages, it may be time to delete them.

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Texts can go straight into the trash or be deleted by tapping on them and then selecting “Delete” from the popup menu. You can also check Mark Spam for messages that do not contain information about your contacts or business contacts; these will go into a separate folder in your inboxes (or folders). If there are any conversations with people who aren’t part of your contact list, they’ll also appear in this separate folder as “Spam” instead of “Text Messages.”

You can get rid of messages in the messaging app.

The first thing you need to do is go to Settings > Apps > Messaging. Checkmark the box next to “Keep message content.”

Now click on Delete All Messages, and then tap OK.

Contact numbers and addresses are the information you could put in your contact list, so don’t keep them in texts.

If you want to keep contact numbers and addresses in texts, use a service like Google Voice or TextNow. These services allow you to set up a different number associated with your Google account. This way, when someone sends you a text message on their phone—or even from another phone—it will go directly into the new number instead of being sent to your primary device.

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If this is too much work for what is essentially just information about who they’re talking with right now (and who they usually talk with), then don’t worry! You can delete them outright by going into Settings > Messages > Delete Texts & Data.

Text messages take up space on your Android device, so you should delete them.

Text messages take up space on your Android device, so you should delete them. You can eliminate them from the messaging and Android apps’ web versions.

Answering a text message takes time, but it can also be more complicated to access than other messages.

You can respond to texts by voice, which is more efficient than typing.

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Voice actions are a great way to respond to texts by voice. When you receive a text from someone, you can tap the microphone icon on your screen and say “Reply” or “Delete” instead of typing out an actual response. You may also want to use voice actions if you don’t know how they spell their name or what they’re trying to say (for example, if one person asks another: “Are we dating?”). Voice actions can be used for responses within specific conversations or groups of users, as well as canned responses like “I’m driving right now!”

Use Voice Actions to set up actions for different actions.

Voice actions are a way to control your phone without touching it. You can put them in different places on the screen and use them as single-tap shortcuts or create a more complicated setup that uses multiple commands.

Here are some examples of how you could use voice actions:

The web version of the Android messaging app lets you respond to texts with canned responses or send canned responses to a particular user or group of users.

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The web version of the Android messaging app lets you respond to texts with canned responses or send canned responses to a particular user or group of users.

You can also send canned responses to a particular group of users, such as “to all my friends,” “to my husband,” etc.

To delete text messages, go to Settings > Apps > Messaging > Delete All Messages and checkmark the box next to “Keep message content.”

To delete text messages, go to Settings > Apps > Messaging > Delete All Messages and checkmark the box next to “Keep message content.”

If you want to delete all your texts but keep them in case they’re essential later on, checkmark “Delete Everything” instead of “Keep Messages” (or vice versa).

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