Galaxy s5 not receiving texts
Fixed!! android not receiving text messages!
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The message center number is the most popular cause of SMS messages not being sent.
If you go to settings -> Text messages (SMS) in your messaging app, you should see a choice that says message center number or service center, and that number should be +61418706700.
If your phone has a different phone number, please update it and try sending a new SMS. Previous failed SMS messages are unlikely to be affected by this move.
I have recently upgraded from an iPhone 4 to a Samsung S5. I went to Apple Support and unregistered my device, but I still couldn’t receive text messages. After that, I reset the network settings on my old iPhone 4 (which I still have). This was successful.
I went into my Apple account to unregister my old phone, but this was never added, so that feature isn’t available to untick.
We transferred the same phone number and SIM card from our iPhones to the S5. I’ve also checked the settings on the S5 to ensure the message number is right, as stated in another response. This is also ineffective. Any other thoughts about how to make it easier for people with iPhones to receive text messages? Any support will be extremely beneficial. Thank you. @Jupiter wrote:not It’s enough to simply toggle off iMessage on your old iPhone. You’ll need to unregister the computer in your Apple profile.
Why my samsung galaxy can’t receive messages from
This has happened to me. All you have to do now is log out of all. Turn off I message and sign out of itunes icloud. Also, text STOP to the number 48369. After that, you must inform your friends that they must disable imessage and enable SMS. It should work after that.
I tried turning off texting on my new phone and received a response, but I’m still receiving messages on my old iPhone. My iPhone, on the other hand, is in pretty bad shape. You can’t see anything because the screen is just a flickering white. So I’m not even able to avoid texting on my iPhone.
It is recommended that you use a different messaging app, such as WhatsApp, as an upgrade. At&t has a proprietary ATT Messaging app, which I use. It works that way, but I had to contact ATT for technical assistance. Jennifer from ATT killed it.
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I am able to submit messages, which are accepted. I won’t be able to receive from more than one person. I don’t want to reset because I’ll lose a lot of features. When I called 611, he advised me to restart, which I did, but nothing changed. I tried seding myselgf and received a response. Since my phone reception is so low, I’ve had to rely on text messages because phone calls go straight to voicemail.
I looked for a long time for a place to reset. I’m not sure where I’m going to scroll down because I have icons for the games. Messages sent via text are still not working. For over a month, I haven’t got any. Calls are automatically routed to voice mail. My reception is typically a point and sometimes a single bar. It works better in other places, but there are still no messages. I essentially have no service for which I am paying, and if the problem cannot be resolved, I will switch carriers.
To be clear, resetting the Network Settings will not result in the loss of any data on your phone. You will need to re-enter your WiFi password afterward, but because this isn’t a Factory Reset, you shouldn’t miss any other features.
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I’ve noticed that some have expressed similar concerns, and the title says it all. I haven’t been receiving any of the messages that have been sent to me for a few weeks now. Some will get through, but many will not, regardless of whether or not you have access to WiFi. As a result, I’ve missed out on some crucial emails.
Thank you for the information; let’s see what we can learn!
Is this something that only happens with those contacts, or does it appear to happen to everyone? Are you using Hangouts to send your messages, or are you using the regular SMS method? Lauren –
Thank you for taking the time to react! This seems to be affecting all of my communications, as a growing number of people have informed me that I have missed their messages. All of these have been via regular SMS, and I’m still having issues both with and without a WiFi link (I still don’t have WiFi calling on). As I’ve said before, I’m constantly discovering that I’m losing SMS messages from more and more people. Calling and sending SMS messages are the two most critical and essential features that mobile phones should have and help, but how are people expected to use their phones if their company doesn’t support one of them?