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You cannot delete or edit any chat message sent, even if it has NOT been delivered yet after 1 hour from the time the chat message was created, the only exception to this is if the message is for/sent to/trying to be sent to a multi-chat ("A chat that has more than 2 people in it") and you are the creator of that multi-chat.
To remove a sent text messaging in SamsunggalaxyS3: Open the Messaging app. 2. Tap and hold the message thread until a menu appears. 3. Select Delete thread. To delete individual text messages from Samsung Galaxy Tab: 1. Open the Messaging app.2. Select the message thread that contains the item you wish to delete. 3. Tap and hold the message until a menu appears. 4. Select Delete message.
If your phone has a memory card, remove it and try again, if the problem still persists even after removing the memory card, then reset your phone to "factory default". I can't provide you more information since you didn't mention your model and brand name.
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Well check your security settings and make sure you haven't blocked the messages for her.
Check whether you can receive/access any other messages. Check whether she can send messages to you.
Has anyone of you been warned about overusing the feature?
If so they might have locked the feature down temporarily
I don't think this is related to your Quicktime upgrade. What you are describing sounds like a Finder crash and reboot. This would cause all Finder windows (folders, icons, etc.) to disappear from the screen, but would not affect any other open application such as Safari or Entourage.
In Applications/Utilities there is a tool called Console. Launch it. Click the icon "Show Log List." Click the flippy triangle next to ~/Library/Logs. Click the triangle for CrashReporter. Click on Finder.crash.log. Yeah, it's a lot of gobbledygook, but see if the crash times correlate with the times you saw your screen refresh.
The source of crashes like this could be a startup item (System Preferences / Accounts), a third-party System Preference, a corrupt preference file, or a dozen other things.
Create a new temporary user account. Log out and log in to that account. Work from it for a while. Do you still get the resets? If not, the problem is not in the OS, and is not a public System Preference. You may have to remove your startup items and deinstall any additional System Preferences you have added to see if the problem goes away; then install new versions of each of them until the problem comes back (if it ever does -- the problem might have been an old version).
If you suspect that something is corrupted at the end of the message, you might need to recreate the messsage. if you're sending a message with an attachment, the attachment might be too large. Try sending the message by deleting the images on your signature.
Please try to charge your phone full charge then - delete 5 messages at a time and then restart the phone.
if this does not work then I suggest you have the phone taken to a provider who will do this operation via a computer to ensure that the messages are off.