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Do you know if there is a way to momentarily stop receiving texts without losing them? I mean sometimes I m out with friends and I dont wanna be bothered by receiving texts and I dont want to receive them since they might read them etc. I just wanna stop receiving texts (but still be able to browse the H+ network since I sometimes throw youtube video on my phone, so flight mode is not a solution). But I dont wanna lose them, once I reactivate my "text capability" I wanna receive the texts that were be sent by my contacts to me ( for example T-mobile keep sending texts for 72 hours and even if your phone is off once u turn it on you receive them). Thanks for any help
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Old October 20th, 2013, 08:43 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I'm not aware of any way other than using airplane mode + WiFi for your data
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Airplane mode, then enable 3G/4G. Texts are 2G.
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Im tryin hard to think of an easy way. What about an sms app with blacklist or an app that does it?
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How about just disabling the Messenger app in Settings, Applications, ALL?
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That does not work. If my friends go on my inbox the find them and can read them. I ll give it a try with disabling the app...but are u sure that text are retrieved when reneabling it? I ll try
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So its not that you don't want to be bothered by them, its that you don't want others to see them, right?
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Both things, mainly the second you are right. And I had the private box of go sms pro for this, but it is not working on my new phone with Android 4.04 (see my post Go sms pro private box: not working cause of the +1 area code ) . So basically I am looking a for a easy switch (texts on-texts off) that is provisional and allows me to retrieve the texts when the switch is on. And I do want to receive calls, so flight mode is not an option.
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The easiest way I can think of is to not let your friends use your phone. Especially if you can't trust them to not read your texts.
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Ok. I am dating a girl. She has full access at my phone. That s what she wants. I am not cheating on her or anything like that, but I have no privacy whatsoever. I have friends that are girls and I have no interest in them but explain that to my girl! The phone has to appear normal (i.e. no flight mode enable) when we are together, I have to receive calls, I just need not to receive any texts so easy life and no discussions.
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I actually think that if you are in a serious relationship and almost getting married there should be no secrets and both should have free access to the phone. This is not my case though, I know her since 2 months.
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Ok. I am dating a girl. She has full access at my phone. That s what she wants. I am not cheating on her or anything like that, but I have no privacy whatsoever. I have friends that are girls and I have no interest in them but explain that to my girl! The phone has to appear normal (i.e. no flight mode enable) when we are together, I have to receive calls, I just need not to receive any texts so easy life and no discussions.
The only thing I can think of is to deactivate notifications in your Messaging app. You will still receive messages, but no notification sound will play and the notification will not appear in the notification bar. The only way that someone will know if you received a text message is if that person goes into your Messaging app and constantly checks to see if you received any messages.

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I actually think that if you are in a serious relationship and almost getting married there should be no secrets and both should have free access to the phone. This is not my case though, I know her since 2 months.
In a serious relationship, I believe you should respect and trust the other person. There should be no need to go snooping into the other person's messages even though you can. My wife and I can access each other's phones freely, but we do pry into each others messages and emails regularly.

Perhaps times have changed since I've been dating. At least in my circle of friends over the years, we don't freely access each others' emails and messages. We didn't have smartphones back then or even text each other. Still, we do use each others computers, but no one launches someone else's email program to see the message.
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That would not work, she checks my inbox every now and then. I will give it a try with disabling the Messenger app in Settings, Applications, ALL. I just need to find a friend next to me that texts me to see what happens (desired behaviour:not receiving the text when app is off and when the app is enabled again the text is received)
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Be warned, If you disable the messaging app it won't show up in the app drawer.

Personally, that's going to look way more suspicious and as if you're deliberately trying to hide things

Not the route I'd suggest going down.


It will work for the "I don't want to be bothered scenario" originally presented, but will likely backfire in the snoopy gf scenario
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Oh I didnt know that. Thats absolutely not my solution.
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Check out handcent SMS.

It'll allow you to schedule when it checks for new messages. It may even have an option to not receive messages
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For other options, search hide SMS in the play store, it'll give you plenty of options that privatize your SMS.

However, those are going to look suspicious as well
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I have hide sms. It was working great. I love it. Also go sms private box was great! they both filter texts and u can decide to have a fake notification (like "update google") or no notification for texts. they solved my problem on my sony xperia with jelly bean. In my new Blu quattro 4.5 featuring android 4.04 I have this issue (Go sms pro private box: not working cause of the +1 area code) and they are not filtering anymore my texts. My life got so complicated now.
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Ok thanks for the suggestions I agree with you but know I d like just to solve this problem with a switch or app and enjoy my time without discussing with her about who is he or she that texts me. Any suggestion in this direction?
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Go through your female contacts and replace their pictures with pictures of guys? Give them male nicknames?

Seriously though...I'd just let her read the messages. If they're not anything shady and she gets pissed anyway...drop her and move on.
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I'm with bjacks12. Just let her read them. You say things about not keeping secrets yet you want to keep stuff from her. Better yet just introduce her to these girl friends and if they get along she won't mind messages from them.
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She'd better be worth it lol. My wife sometimes reads mine if shes bored but yours sounds like a bunny boiler. D/load some dating sites and see how far a phone can fly
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Lol.... Another way to do it is download textfree and install go launcher or another launcher that has the hide app function, then hand out that number to the people that you want to text you but don't want your girlfriend knowing about and hide the app in the hide app drawer. Unless she's familiar with the function she won't know to look for it, and you can keep the app closed until you want to read any possible messages. There might also be a disable notifications on there, and the app itself is login protected. The reason for going with go launcher or another app? You simply want your phone to look cooler.

The above said, you're going out of your way to be deceptive and have your way, which is not conducive to a healthy relationship in my opinion.

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I'm pretty sure the OP didn't come here for relationship advice, so lets stick to discussing the issue at hand, not their personal circumstances.

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Use Google Voice as an alternate for text messages, possibly.

Or quite simply airplane mode as suggested before, unless she's savvy enough to notice that.
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I put flight mode and she sees it = I am dead.
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Ok thanks for the suggestions I agree with you but know I d like just to solve this problem with a switch or app and enjoy my time without discussing with her about who is he or she that texts me. Any suggestion in this direction?
If you don't want to always have to discuss with her about who it is that texted you, why don't you just go into your entire contacts list and just enter information about the contact in the Notes field. If she wants to know who texted you, just tell her to tap the contact to launch the Contacts app and look in the Notes field. That way, she can just look up that information herself without having to ask you every time you get a text.
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Ok guys. Thanks for your help. So basically there is no way to momentarily stop receiving all texts in the phone without using flight mode. At least we know that this in 2013 is still not possible.
Last option: what if I use the sms blocker feature of Go Sms Pro? If I enable it, does it allow to recover the texts after disabling it? And is there a way to select all the contacts? It looks like I have to manually select one by one. What if I whitelist one? Are all the other automatically blacklisted or is the whitelist there in order to whitelist some of the blacklisted?
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I'm a first time poster on here but I couldn't not reply! This is some where comical and sad! First of all, I can see why, she doesn't trust you. After all, your on here trying to figure out how to hide stuff! Lol... secondly, you start this forum suggesting it's about your "friends"... when in all truth it sounds like it's not about your friends at all.....
So here's my suggestion.... let her go and find a real man who is not willing to lie on behalf of some outside females casual conversations. If you don't have anything to hide, why hide it...... then you won't need to worry about hiding anything, problem solved!
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The only thing I can think of is to deactivate notifications in your Messaging app. You will still receive messages, but no notification sound will play and the notification will not appear in the notification bar. The only way that someone will know if you received a text message is if that person goes into your Messaging app and constantly checks to see if you received any messages.



In a serious relationship, I believe you should respect and trust the other person. There should be no need to go snooping into the other person's messages even though you can. My wife and I can access each other's phones freely, but we do pry into each others messages and emails regularly.

Perhaps times have changed since I've been dating. At least in my circle of friends over the years, we don't freely access each others' emails and messages. We didn't have smartphones back then or even text each other. Still, we do use each others computers, but no one launches someone else's email program to see the message.

I agree with you. I never read my wife's messages and emails unless she asks me to.
I have never felt the need to or want for that matter.
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IMO you either trust your girlfriend or you don't. Once start hiding things, that can be a slippery slope... that's my thoughts anyway.
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