1. Anzupe's Avatar

    I have a dual SIM Samsung Galaxy S9. I have two SIM cards for work/personal and each time I want to send a message to someone, I get a popup that asks me if I want to switch my SIM cards. It deletes the message I was writing and is horribly annoying.

    I cannot find anyone else with the same issue. Does anyone have any ideas how to fix this?

    An image of the message I'm getting is here:

    Thanks in advance

    Edit: I have already tried rebooting my phone and clearing the cache from my Messaging app
    06-23-2021 05:21 AM
  2. Kizzy Catwoman's Avatar
    Is there an option in settings to select a default sim for messages?
    06-23-2021 05:56 AM
  3. Anzupe's Avatar
    Yes, there is an option to select one of my SIMs as default. But even with the default SIM (mainly with the default SIM), I have this issue.
    06-24-2021 12:16 AM

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