Support Android messaging.

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by pearce88, Nov 26, 2010.

  1. pearce88

    pearce88 New Member
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    Hi all.

    I have a htc desire on android 2.2 system. This is the first android phone I've ever owned, and the first touch screen phone. I am really liking this phone so far, except for one thing.
    The messaging application is very hard for me to use. I like to see all the messages in subfolders, for example -
    Inbox
    Outbox
    Sent

    But on my mobile its all in the one folder and quite hard to navigate through. Is their any way to set this up differently? O any alternative applications? I cannot find any on the market, all I am finding is ebuddy and droid messenger.

    Thankyou all.
     

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  2. SUroot

    SUroot Well-Known Member
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    Handcent.is one. Not sure.if it does what you want though. The messages are threaded which is the modern way of handling them. Sub folders are a bit old hat apparently.

    It may just be a case of getting used to it.

    Try using sms as your search term in the market rather than message
     
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