Hi, I have over 3,000 text messages on my phone, and I need a decently quickly way to delete them. I've seen a few other posts on here about this topic, but everything everyone has said isn't working for my phone. I've tried downloading the SMS Backup & Restore app; it was working fine while backing up my text messages, but now I'm trying to delete them all, and it is taking FOREVER.
I wanted to know if my messages will still be visible to the people I sent them to in the past when I delete my whatsapp account.
I basically want my whatsapp messages to be deleted from their phone.
I have a problem with the broadcast cell, I don't stop receiving messages! I'm going crazy! I found some solutions here in the forum but they did not work. I tried to kill the application through the terminal, but I can not use the command "su" (Not Found), and the messages come back in five minutes. Is there any app that freezes the application without using su?
I use the native Messaging app on my Samsung Galaxy S4 for text and picture messages. I recently received a replacement phone and lost all of my messages. AT&T Messages synced all my messages, but I do not want to use this app as my default messaging app. Is there anyway of exporting SMS & MMS from AT&T Messages and importing into native Messaging app?
Hi I have just bought another android phone, but I really want to see the old messages. When I purchase my new phone, I had to obtain a nano sim, I managed to keep my old number for the new phone (still have the old phone with another sim in it).
I'm running Ubuntu 14.04 server with Dovecot IMAP. I also use k9 on my cell phone and Thunderbird at home on my Ubuntu Desktop as well as on Windows at work with Thunderbird also connecting to my IMAP server at home. And I've configured k9 to delete messages on the IMAP server when I delete them in k9. But they don't get removed from the IMAP server when I delete them in k9.