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Google’s operating system is designed to preserve your privacy. This means several things can happen to messages on your phone or tablet without you knowing. For example, if you delete a message, it doesn’t just disappear off your device. These are the steps you can take to protect your privacy and remove unwanted messages from your device:

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Section: How do I stop my text messages from being deleted?

Section: Why do I have so many text message notifications?

Takeaway: Stop receiving messages from unknown numbers.

Google’s operating system is designed to preserve your privacy. This means several things can happen to messages on your phone or tablet without you knowing. For example, if you delete a message, it doesn’t just disappear off your device. These are the steps you can take to protect your privacy and remove unwanted messages from your device:

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Your Google account: Find and delete old texts on Android.

Unless there are other reasons for deleting these texts (such as they contain sensitive information), simply deleting them will not cause any damage to anything on the phone. Still, they will be gone forever at the moment they were deleted! You will see them again if other people send them to you, and even then, they’ll be buried in the Recent section of the Messages app until someone manually archives or unarchives them (otherwise, it may take months). Deleting these without reading is not only poor decision-making but also potentially dangerous, as some folks may use this technique maliciously – like malware authors who use this method themselves – but some others don’t understand how their phone works (like me) and think something got lost when in reality nothing has changed at all! To get rid of these popup message notifications automatically with one click, Tap> Control Center > Display Notifications > Show All Alerts & Reminders will help get

Have you ever been charged for a text message that you deleted?

Have you ever been charged for a text message that you deleted?

Yes, it can happen. You may have accidentally deleted a text message or two and then realized your mistake after the fact. Or someone else sent one to your phone but didn’t include their number or anything else identifying them as being an SMS recipient. Either way, if you delete messages while they are still on your phone (or even after they’ve been read), you may get charged for them.

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What happens if I delete a message but don’t know who sent it?

Suppose someone sends me something through Messenger or WhatsApp, and I accidentally delete it before reading it—even though I should have read it because we had discussed this topic earlier in our conversation—then per Apple’s terms of service (which apply equally here). In that case, Apple will charge me based on its standard rate for each device type, at which time such charges occurred: iPhone 5S/6/6 Plus/ iPad Air 2 / iPad mini 3rd Gen / iPod touch 6th Gen.

Android doesn’t block incoming texts.

You can send and receive text messages on Android, but Android doesn’t block incoming texts.

If you have a recent phone, your carrier may have different settings that let you turn off automatic spam filtering or block specific numbers from sending SMSes to your device. But if you’re an older Android user (like me), there’s no way for any app to prevent people from messaging you directly via their cell phones—even if they’re calling from a blocked number!

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So if someone accidentally sends you a text message and it’s not showing up in your inbox, don’t worry about deleting it; wait until the next time they send one and then reply with one of yours!

You can find your deleted messages.

If you’ve accidentally deleted a text message or if someone has sent you a text that was later deleted, there are several ways to get those messages back.

You can recover your deleted texts in Android by uninstalling the application or factory resetting your phone.

Android receives deleted text messages:

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You can still recover your deleted texts.

You can still recover your deleted texts.

If you’ve deleted the app and want access to your contacts, you’ll need to delete it again. To do this, go into Settings > Apps > Keep or Remove All. Then select “Remove All” at the bottom of that list and confirm when prompted (or tap Cancel if you want to disable it). Once obliterated from your phone, go back into Settings > Apps on a Samsung device or Settings > Applications in Google Android phones and delete any apps that keep tabs on text messages—but don’t worry: they’ll be gone by now anyway!

CNET Article: Hey, Apple, and Android users! You can’t delete texts from your phone, so get over it.

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Takeaway: Your phone doesn’t allow you to delete the messages. So don’t bother to ask.

In a snarky tone

Section: “You know what’s annoying about this? It’s that I can’t even find my deleted texts.” (this is very sarcastic)

Takeaway: If you like it, then keep it. If you don’t, then stop bothering people with your complaints.

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