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 just noticed that my phone had the option set to delete text messages older than a number of 50. However, some of the deleted messages were of great importance to me. Is there anyway of retrieving them on my phone using an app of some sort or is it possible to retrieve them through my network provider, Vodafone UK.
Thanks for viewing and any help that may be given.
I have this random problem with WhatsApp: the green light that blinks when there are unread messages don't turn off even after I go and read them. It doesn't even help if I delete all the messages. The only thing that helps is restarting the phone.
I'm running .244 (I don't know if that has anything to do with it), but when I delete my Gmail messages on the phone they are still showing when I visit Gmail Webpage on the computer and I have to delete them again.
I checked settings and didn't see anything, this hasn't happened before. Any idea what's causing this?
I had a BlackBerry for years and it finally gave out so I upgraded to a Sensation. For about two weeks I was getting MMS messages just fine, then it just stopped working. I've called T-Mobile and their tech support told me that since I could send and receive messages on another phone that my new phone was defective.
I've had my Samsung Galaxy S3 for approx 6 months now, and it has become laggy throughout the Text message app.
I've been looking around elsewhere, and I've (now) set my limit to 500 messages per thread, however I have threads which I haven't cleared since I started, and some people I send upto 20-30 messages a day, everyday, so you can imagine how many messages I have in some threa