A lot of #Samsung #Galaxy 3S7 phone owners are having a problem with the messaging functionality of their phone right now after the latest software update was installed. While updates are meant to improve the device it seems that it has affected the text messaging functionality of this phone. A lot of our readers have sent us this problem which they are experiencing right now which we will take a look at. Today we will tackle the Galaxy S7 message failed to send after software update issue & other related problems.
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S7 Message Failed To Send After Software Update
Problem: When sending texts I get a message failed icon. The message is sent and received. Phone did a security update last night then the problem started. Carrier is Straight Talk using Verizon.
Related Problem: When I did the new update on my phone on 8/16, my phone will not send any messages. I can receive messages but as I send them, it is delaying and then it sends back failed to send message. Some of the text the recipient will text back as received but some they do not receive. Really annoying
Related Problem: A couple of days ago every text i send says it failed but the people I’m sending them to are still receiving them. Everything else seems to be working correctly. I can’t do a soft reset because i can’t remove my battery. I have tried restarting the phone and powering it down completely. Nothing changed.
Related Problem: After a recent software update my galaxy S7 now has a failure to send error every time I send a text message to anyone. They receive the message every time but I still get a failure to send error every time. I have done every step I have found on you website to try to fix issue and nothing seems to work. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Related Problem: I have a year old Samsung Galaxy S7 and let the software update complete last night. It looks like My texts aren’t going through to people because I get a failed message, but they are. Every time I turn this phone off or it undergoes a software update this happens. I’ve reset the network, tried a network refresher, restarted the phone, turned off the phone, so many times today I can’t count anymore. I cannot get it in working order.
Related Problem: Last night I did the updates on my Galaxy S7 that it recommended this morning when I woke up and went to to send a text message it says that it failed to send in the little wheel keeps spinning although everyone I have texted has received the message and I can receive messages back. I have tried resetting my phone, starting it in safe mode, factory reset, clearing the cache partition, clearing the data and Cache in the app storage and none of this has worked please help.
Related Problem: My phone did a software update last night and now whenever I attempt to send a text message I get a “Message not sent” error and the status shows as failed in the message. The recipients receive the message but because my phone is not registering it as sent it keeps re-sending it. Straight Talk tech support was unable to help me. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated as I would prefer not to do a hard reset.
Related Problem: I have a Samsung Galaxy S7. When i send a text it gives me a message of “failed to send” but the text is being received by the recipients. I have powered the phone down but did not help. Any info you can give would be helpful.
Related Problem: So as of this morning after I updated to the newest version of my phone, it’s started saying for every single text message I sent that it failed to send. But to my knowledge they are actually going through to where they are suppose to, I just continue to constantly get the message failed to send notification. If you have a solution I would greatly appreciate it.
Related Problem: I just updated my phone last night, and now when I sent a text message it keeps saying “sending” and then message failed. But my texts are going through and the people receiving them say it says HIGH before my name in their inbox. I have a full set of bars so I don’t think it’s my service
Related Problem: I am having text message issues. Every time I text someone they receive it duplicate. On my phone it still shows it is sending and then I get an error message saying “Send failed. Tap to retry or delete.” I have reboot my phone and reset my phone. It is still doing the same thing. Can you please help? Thank you
Solution: It appears that the latest update pushed to this device is causing text messaging problems. While the text message can be sent and received by the recipient an error message will appear on the phone stating that the message has failed to send. This looks to be a bug in the update which can be fixed with another update. What happens in this case is that the text message is sent by the phone and the tower receives it. The tower then forwards this message to the recipient. The tower however will not send a confirmation packet to your phone stating that the message has been sent thus the error message will occur. Since this is happening on various networks then it’s unlikely that the problem is on the tower side.
One workaround to this particular issue which has worked on consumers under the Verizon network is to change the network mode of the phone to CDMA only.
- Mobile Networks
- Network Mode…change it from LTE/CDMA to CDMA.
In case this fails to fix the issue then you should try doing a factory reset. Make sure to backup your phone data before doing the reset.
If the issue persists then you will have to check if a new update has been released to fix this problem.
Problem: Hello- When attempting to send a text to a 5-digit number on my S7 on Verizon, I get an error: “The process com.android.phone”. I’ve tried making sure the permissions are set to full for the Samsung messaging app (the only permission that is turned off is location). Any suggestions?
Solution: For this particular issue you will need to change the permission of the text messaging app to always send premium SMS.
- Press the Menu key from the home screen.
- Select Settings.
- Select the More tab at the top right corner of your screen.
- Select Application Manager.
- Slide the screen to the All section.
- Select Messages.
- Under the Permissions section you will find a drop down menu with 3 options for Sending Premium SMS. Change the setting to Always Allow.
In case you don’t have this setting in your phone then your other option is to backup your phone data then do a factory reset. After the reset send a premium text message. It will ask you for permission to send, choose the always option.
S7 Stopped Receiving Text Message From One Person
Problem: I have a Samsung Galaxy S7 and it has stopped receiving text messages from one person, also a Samsung Galaxy. They still receive my texts and calls come through. I did get 1 text through a group message. I have checked the message/number block and have restarted it a few times, neither were the problem.
Solution: If the number is not in the blocked list then the phone of the sender should be checked. If the sender is using an iPhone have them turn on the Send as SMS option from the Messages setting.
If the issue persists then you need to contact your carrier regarding this matter.
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