Sometimes sending pictures to your pals is easy, and sometimes things just don't seem to work at all: so what the heck can you do to fix it?! If you've had trouble seeing pictures more than once that were sent to you via text message, you're not alone. Welcome to the sad texters club (we're working on getting jackets). If, instead of a photo, you get a message that reads "Tap to Download" and then when you tap, it shows "Downloading," but it never does, we've got a couple of steps you can take to resolve the issue. Here's how to help your photos appear in text messages so you don't lose your mind! Check to make sure MMS Messaging is on Sign out and back in with your Apple ID Reset your iPhone's network settings It might not be your fault 1. Check to make sure MMS Messaging is on MMS stand for Multimedia Messaging Service. It allows you to send and receive pictures, videos, and audio clips through text messages. The iPhone supports MMS, as well as SMS (Short Message Service), which is a … [Read more...] about Pictures don’t appear in text messages? Here’s the fix!
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Like so many other Android users, I rely on Messages for Android – Google’s text messaging application – every day. It’s my main means of communication with the people I care about most. So I was pretty excited to hear that Messages for Android now has its own web client, accessible from any web browser. It’s called Messages for web, naturally: source Google In short, Messages for web lets Android users text message seamlessly from any computer with a web browser. It’s super easy to set up, and even syncs in real time between phone and computer. I’ve been using it for nearly a week at this point, and it’s fundamentally changed how I communicate. Here’s why: First, setting it up: It’s a snap! source Ben Gilbert / Business Insider / Google Here’s how you set up Android text messaging on the web: Step 1: Open Messages on your (Android) phone. Step 2: Tap the three dots in the upper right corner, … [Read more...] about Google just updated text messaging for Android, and it completely changed the way I text
Video: What's new in Google's latest update to Android P?Google has launched Messages for web, allowing Android phone users to send messages from a web app on their PC or Mac. Google announced the new feature for Android Messages on Monday and will roll it out over the next week. Messages for web is one of the top requested features, according to Google. To set up Messages for web, users need to install the latest version of the Android Messages app and on a PC go to https://messages.android.com. On the phone, tap the menu option and select 'Messages for web' and then scan the QR code on the web page with a phone. There's also a toggle to 'Remember this computer'. Messages for web works with Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, and Microsoft Edge, but it doesn't work from Internet Explorer, according to Google's support page. The Messages icon will display a red notification on the browser tab when there are unread messages. It also shows a tally of unread messages and … [Read more...] about Google’s Android Messages for web is here: This is how it lets you text from PCs, Macs
For this US lawmaker, the key to dropping Facebook might come from technology invented in 1992.Rep. Rick Crawford, a Republican from Arkansas, believes he's found something better than Facebook. The Congress member, who sits on the House Intelligence Committee, deleted his Facebook page on April 23, and wants his constituents to contact him by text messages instead at (870)-292-6747. Crawford's called it a "clean breakup," and in his new relationship the messages are much nicer, the lawmaker said. So far, he said, quitting cold turkey has been successful."What Facebook has done is altered social interactions to such a degree that we don't have that personal connection anymore," Crawford said in a phone interview. "There's a lack of respect in the way that people address others in this public space on social media." At first blush the strategy seems insane. It runs counter to what happened in the last three elections for president, when Barack Obama and Donald Trump effectively used … [Read more...] about This Congress member wants to replace Facebook with text messages
posted on 29 Sep 2011, 10:14 0 1. G-Reg (unregistered) Nothing surprising. But a little curious, since these tend to help the government the most, does big V get any kick backs for providing such great detail for them. But i guess the better question is if that was to be the case, why would we ever know? posted on 29 Sep 2011, 10:31 0 2. well (unregistered) This is a great reason to get a prepaid phone. posted on 29 Sep 2011, 10:47 1 3. G-Reg (unregistered) Privacy is an illusion my good sir. No matter what the situation. posted on 29 Sep 2011, 11:13 0 4. Forsaken77 (Posts: 553; Member since: 09 Jun 2011) This is CRAZY!!! Verizon actually keeping you exact text messages on file for any period of time is a complete privacy violation. If the police or government want to monitor you, first they need to get a court-order. THEN they are allowed to turn the recorders on. Verizon is recording all the info from every text message for 3 months! The news should … [Read more...] about Comments for : How long do carriers store your data?