Question about Samsung Galaxy Y GT-S5360 Unlocked GSM Android Smartphone
EVERY TIME WHEN I CHANGED SIM AUTOMATICALLY ONE SMS GOING OUT BUT I DO NOT KNOW WHERE THAT SMS GONE. I WANT TO STOP THIS ACTION
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The sms you are referring to, i believe, is the sms which is being sent to your service provider. If it is so, the sms won't get sent every time you switch on the mobile, but it only happens when you have taken out your sim from the phone and insert it back again.
If it is so, then there is nothing to worry. The sms will not do any harm to you or your device. Instead it is a message to the service provider so that you can access their settings and configurations.
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Posted on Jan 10, 2011
SOURCE: Hi. Regarding sms/txt. When I
You are speaking of SMS concatenation....
By default, all SMS traffic is limited to 160 characters per message.
Depending on the handset and the carrier, if you go over 160 characters the handset may automatically send a second\third message to the recipient to finish the complete message.
Slightly older phones would automatically go to MMS after 160 characters,
Much older phones won't even give you the option of going over 160 characters in one SMS message.
So most likely, the 450 limit is a limit hard coded into the phone.
Posted on Jun 11, 2011
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