1. Sladjana Dinic's Avatar
    I have an old model Samsung GT-S5360 and my phone starting acting strange with SMS messages. The phone starts new conversations on his own by adding random number to the contact of the conversation, making the old conversation impossible to use. When this happens i can't text back because contact is edited, by I can still receive the messages in the same conversation. Only way to text back is to start a new conversation. Is there any help to this or do I have to reset to original settings the whole phone?
    10-21-2014 07:30 AM
  2. Golfdriver97's Avatar
    Welcome to the forums. Have you tried clearing the cache for the messaging app?
    10-21-2014 09:27 AM
  3. Sladjana Dinic's Avatar
    Hello Golfdriver97!!!
    Thanks for your quick reply! I use no app for messaging other than the one that is pre-installed by default on the phone.
    I'm using Clean Master for clearing cash. It still happens =/

    Thanks for trying to help me! <3
    10-22-2014 08:15 AM
  4. Rukbat's Avatar
    Settings/General/Application manager. Find the text app and press the Clear cache button. Then Settings/General/Storage/Cached data to clear the system cache.

    BTW, if you read the Clean Master page at the Play Store, you'll see the line "free up memory (RAM)". That wastes memory and battery. RAM, in Android, should be as full as possible. Free RAM is wasted RAM. (It also wastes battery, when Android reloads the data you "freed" from RAM.) People who write apps that "free RAM" are thinking Windows, not Android. Hammering a nail into a board is a good thing, hammering one into a tire isn't such a good thing. Freeing RAM in Android is hammering a nail into a tire. Multitasking the Android Way is a good explanation of the matter by an Android software engineer (it's in English, not "engineeringese").

    (It's one of the reasons I don't write Android apps. I've been writing Java code since Java came out (and writing code for many years before that) - but I'm not all that familiar with the Android architecture yet - it takes months of constant study, at least - and I'm not about to put my name to an app that only kinda-sorta works. There are already too many of those.)
    10-22-2014 05:17 PM

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