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    Default Text messaging issues

    The stock test messaging app keeps popping up undelivered messages. Anyway to fix this?

    Any good texting apps out there?
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    Default Re: Text messaging issues

    Hangouts

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    i use hangouts great app.
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    I don't use Hangouts because I didn't want to sign up to google+. I've been using Textra since I started having issues with stock text app. It works pretty well. You can customize colors and all. Not badfr a free app
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robo View Post
    The stock test messaging app keeps popping up undelivered messages. Anyway to fix this?

    Any good texting apps out there?
    Textra.
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    Verizon messages

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    Go into your wireless settings and make sure mobile data is on.

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    Default Re: Text messaging issues

    Txt messaging doesn't use mobile data. It takes advantage of available bandwidth in the normal communications between your phone and the CDMA voice network.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lebem View Post
    Txt messaging doesn't use mobile data. It takes advantage of available bandwidth in the normal communications between your phone and the CDMA voice network.
    MMS does, though it doesn't count against caps, so if you want to send and receive them all, it's best to keep mobile data on.

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