Texting problems are common regardless of the brand and model of your smartphone. However, some owners of the Galaxy A10 have a different issue as the default texting app called Messages reportedly started to crash just before a text message is sent. The said problem started to occur after the recent update for the device.
There were Galaxy A60 owners who complained about texting issues. Some said they can’t send SMS while others reported the MMS won’t send on their devices. Picture messages or MMS actually works like a text message, only that it has to be transmitted over mobile data because they’re bigger than the usual text message. Needless
When a smartphone like the Samsung Galaxy A60 can’t send text messages, the problem can be pretty minor. At least, that’s always been the case with other smartphones that have encountered a problem like this. Texting issues aren’t really that serious; it’s not a sign of a serious firmware issue or a hardware problem. Needless
Texting issues are really common to smartphones and some owners of the Samsung Galaxy A60 have been among the ones who have encountered them. But when it comes to these issues, there’s always something you can do. You’re lucky if you only have this kind of problem because you’d be able to fix them easily,
Text messaging is a basic service and a smartphone like the LG G7 ThinQ that’s packed with great hardware specs and features should be able to send and receive text messages without any issues. However, there will always come a time when text messaging issues may occur and the most common of them is when
Majority if not all smartphones nowadays are already equipped with advanced technology, thus offering more advanced features for end-users to benefit from. But what if the simplest feature fails to work on any of these high-tiered devices? Definitely, it’s a bummer but it happens. In fact, it is recently afflicting some users of high-end Android
Understand the problem why your Huawei P9 (#HuaweiP9) cannot send and receive text messages (#SMS) and learn how to fix it. How would you fix your phone that can’t send messages but can receive them. What you should do if your P9 can send SMS but can’t receive them. In this post, I will
Aside from mobile entertainment, smartphones are tagged among other daily requisites by many people especially when it comes to the purpose of communication. With smartphones, anyone can do business and other personal transactions anytime and anywhere for as long as network signal is available. But then again, regardless of how advanced mobile communication technology is,
The Huawei P20 is classified among the budget smartphones that offer high-end features and impressive design and display. That’s one edge it got over other hefty flagship devices rivals. But like any other flagship smartphones, the P20 is also not free from minor and major software issues. One of the widespread issues transpiring on the
Emerging as one of the most common issues encountered by Android phone owners is on texting or SMS errors. Such problems are usually attributed to network errors, thus inevitable. Other factors that can cause texting problems among smartphones would include but not limited to errant apps, software glitches, bugs and malware, as well as invalid
Deemed as one of the best budget smartphones in 2017, Motorola’s 5-inch octa-core handset, the Moto G5 is packed with much tech along with good performance and jazzed up design. Overall it’s a fantastic device but just like any others not perfect. Evident of this are the number of Moto G5 users raising complaints regarding
Text messaging is just one of the most basic functions of a mobile phone and a powerful smartphone like the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 should be able to perform this task without any problem. However, there would always come a time when your device encounter some issues in sending and/or receiving text messages or SMS.
A powerful phone like the Samsung Galaxy S9 should be able to perform the most basic functions like text messaging. If you got your phone from a service provider, then it must already be set to work without a hitch. But not being able to send MMS or picture messages could be a sign of
Text messaging is the most basic function of a phone and any smartphone should be able to do it without any problem. However, problems happen here and there and since texting issues are among the most common, even your new LG V35 ThinQ may be able to encounter it. Not being able to send and
Whether you’re on a postpaid or prepaid plan, your LG V40 ThinQ shouldn’t have any problems sending and receiving text messages but it seems like some users are having these issues. Most of the time when they occur, the problem isn’t really with the phone but with the network or some settings. Needless to say,
Network errors can occur at any moment. That said, network-related issues are inevitable. When this occurs, network functions on your device won’t work or may still be working but not stable. Tackled in this post is a network-related issue transpiring on the Huawei P10 smartphone, particularly on text/SMS sending and receiving. It also highlights and
SMS problems in mobile devices are often attributed to network connectivity issues. In some cases, account-related issues are to blame like unsettled bills and inactive account services. Other factors that can cause problems in sending and receiving of text messages or SMS on the phone are invalid settings, faulty updates, software glitches. Generally, the underlying
It is too odd for powerful devices like Google’s new Pixel 2 XL smartphone to cause you troubles when using basic functions like texting. Nevertheless, it’s possible and inevitable among smartphones regardless of the branding and platform. So, don’t be surprise if you won’t be able to send a text message on your Google phone
Network problems are usually the main reason why SMS functions aren’t working on your phone. Yet there are also other factors to consider including software errors transpiring on the device. This post contains some helpful ways on how to deal with a network-related issue on a Motorola Moto X4, particularly on text or SMS failure.