Skip to main content

An Android smartphone produced by Samsung Electronics introduced on December 2nd, 2015.

55 Questions View all

Most of my text messages show (No Subject - Message size 1KB

Most of my incoming texts show:

Shows (No subject - message size 1KB - Expires 12:05 AM Apr 10)

When I tap on it, Failed to download - try again later and fails everytime I retry even though other texts appear.

Is this a common problem? How do I fix it?

Answered! View the answer I have this problem too

Is this a good question?

Score 1

Comments:

Can anyone help me?

by

I'm using Virgin mobile Canada

by

Hi @avanteguarde ,

Would be interested in your take on this.

Perhaps only on texts from certain parties as this quote seems to indicate that some work OK?

"...even though other texts appear."

Cheers.

by

No, there are times that some of them come in ok and other times they don't.

by

I have the same proem, it happens when I join groupchats.

by

Add a comment

3 Answers

Chosen Solution

Hi Paul,

Check the following 2 things:

a) Is Data enabled?

b)

Select Apps.

Select Settings.

Scroll to and select Mobile networks.

Select Access Point Names.

Select MORE.

Select Reset to default.

Select OK. Your phone will reset to default Internet and MMS settings. Network problems should be solved at this point. Remember to turn off your Wi-Fi before testing. ...

Select ADD.

c) add if it isn't there the new APN settings:

http://apn-settings.com/canada/virgin-mo...

Was this answer helpful?

Score 3
Add a comment

Sounds like you're attempting to use MMS vs SMS, MMS may require additional settings. You may want to contact your carrier, if you haven't, and see if there are additional settings in the APN that were not properly configured. The other thing they should be able to do is manual reset your services on their end, we call it reprovisioning.

The link from @avanteguarde provides the APN settings, unless it was changed and they just never updated it.

Good Luck

Was this answer helpful?

Score 1
Add a comment

Uninstall any 3rd party messaging apps you aren't using, such as Hangouts, Messages (different from the one that came with your phone), etc… Then clean your cache and storage, and reboot your phone. This worked for me!

Was this answer helpful?

Score 0
Add a comment

Add your answer

Paul Richard will be eternally grateful.
View Statistics:

Past 24 Hours: 55

Past 7 Days: 399

Past 30 Days: 2,017

All Time: 24,467