A person can feel that messaging services are of no use, due to the rise of digital media and other messaging apps. But, even to this day, all the important messages or queries regarding your data, company, OTP(one-time-password), or bank accounts are only sent through SMS, to maintain utmost security. And at this point, it gets frustrating and annoying if your messages or texts aren’t sent when you are in desperate need of it.
Assuming, you might also be one of them who is facing the above issues or has lost track of sending messages and is unable to send SMS Services through Android devices, just follow this page without a rush.
First, we will talk about the general issues or checks faced by a person in case there are issues in messaging. And gradually, we will continue to brief all the issues in detail with the required solutions.
The basic reasons can be:
The above-listed pointers can be some of the basic and major reasons for the interruptions in your messaging services. Let’s move on to ‘how to check the issues’, which will lead us to find the required solutions.
Finally, let’s go directly to the long-awaited topic. After checking and confirming all the above issues, let’s begin with the solutions.
Follow the solutions listed below, if your messages or texts won’t send through Android:
Refresh your phone by hitting the reset tab. To do so, just long-press on the power button and click Restart from the screen, or turn off your phone and turn it on after 5 seconds. By this, any loops or glitches will be resolved automatically and you will be able to send messages within a click.
If your Android device’s Airplane mode is turned on, your phone will not be able to send messages. To prevent this, go to Settings > Turn off Airplane Mode (by sliding right to left).
By turning off the Airplane Mode, you will get the networks and can continue SMSing!
Try to remove your messaging app from the apps running in the background. This may resolve app-related glitches. After doing so, continue sending messages to the required person.
Maybe you are using an outdated version of your Android phone, which can prevent you from sending messages. If that is the case, just update your Android device to its latest version and try to send a message again.
See the following mini-steps to update your Android device:
Your device can be updated according to your Android model, go to Settings > Software Update and install any pending updates or Settings > System > Advanced > System Update.
If there is an unresolved issue with the messaging app, just update it.
You might have blocked some phone numbers deliberately or by mistake and due to these reasons, you might face issues in sending messages to the ones you want to. To unblock these numbers, just follow the steps below:
The above-mentioned steps may vary for different Android devices.
This solution will clean all the junk files or unnecessary data from your messaging app, which can be an obstacle and you may wonder- ‘why won’t my messages be sent’. To resolve the same, follow the steps below:
This will set your in-built SMS app as default for the messaging services. So, that you use your in-built app whenever you are sending a message. To set it up, follow the steps below:
By this method, you will be able to set up your in-built messaging app as your go-to app.
To choose the sim card services you want to use to access your default messaging services, follow these steps:
By following these above-listed methods, we hope you are able to send messages on your Android.