Android phone niggle. Any answers?
Isn’t the default messaging option only available on kitkat? You can use another messaging app, but just disable notifications for the huawei version. Probably not going to help if it keeps opening the app as it’ll still be there.Posted 3 years ago
I’ve found in the past with android that often the only way to cure these little niggles is to start from scratch by resetting the phone to its original out of box state.
Hmm. Not sure I can be bothered to reset it. I’ve now got Hangouts running alongside too if that matters. Hangouts is really slow to fire up – what’s the benefit of that? At least I can uninstall that.
Anyway, thanks for your help, I’ll probably live with it for now if there’s no easy fix.Posted 3 years ago
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