Android phone will not delete text messages

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It’s a big topic.

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The best way to go about it is by seeing all the threads. Here is a Wikipedia article on SMS; if you don’t like that, here are other ways to go about it.

Errors happen, though, I made one on a few non-Android phones, and they sent me to the wrong thread. That was my fault since I got my phone repaired too quickly after buying it (in addition to the short warranty).

This is not a solution. This is an attempt (and hopefully successful) at helping someone without an Android phone google the problem for themselves or see what other people say about it and what fixes work for them.

Why can’t my Android phone delete text messages?

Why can’t my Android phone delete text messages?

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If you’re experiencing this issue, it’s likely due to the following:

If you have messages coming in very fast on newer Android phones, they may not be stored.

If you have messages coming in very fast on newer Android phones, they may not be stored. To fix this problem:

For example, on my phone, if I send ten texts in two minutes, the last text isn’t saved until the next day.

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You can only delete old messages if you turn off your phone and then turn it on again.

If you tap “Clear” (or “Erase”), some of these messages will be deleted immediately, but others won’t be until the next day.

You can only delete old SMS messages by turning off your phone and then turning it on again–it’s only possible to delete texts that came after that time.

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To force your Android phone to delete all messages, follow these steps:

To force your Android phone to delete all messages, follow these steps:

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Go to Settings > Storage.

To delete text messages:

  1. Go to Settings > Storage.
  2. Tap “Clear” (or “Erase”). If you’re using Android 9 Pie, tap on the three-dot menu in the upper right corner and select “All apps.”
  3. Tap on Messages and then tap on a conversation or group message.
  4. Press the trash can icon next to it and confirm that you want to delete this message by pressing Yes or No respectively.

Tap “Clear” (or “Erase”).

Now, tap “Clear.” This will delete all messages on your phone. To delete individual messages, tap on them in the message list. Tapping on any particular letter will show you its contents and allow you to choose whether or not you’d like to delete it (or leave it).

You can also delete individual messages by tapping on them in the message list and then tapping “Delete.”

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Tap “OK.”

Tap “OK.” Your phone will delete all messages in a few seconds. If you have a lot of notes, it may take some time for your phone to delete them all.

If you want to delete a specific message, tap the message and then tap “Delete.”

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