Hi everyone, I owned the first Galaxy Note, which came with Gingerbread, if I recall correctly. One thing I really disliked about Android at the time was how group messaging was done. Despite having a group of 12 people set up in my contacts, I couldn't send as text message to them all via one message. The Google stock messaging app only let me add a maximum number of 10 people to it. I used an app called Handcent to do the job, which worked great, except instead of showing one thread in my message list, it repeated the message 12 times for each person I sent it to. I understand that any responses I received would show up in each user's individual message thread, but I just couldn't understand why Android couldn't show my outgoing message as one thread (works like this on my iPhones). It would show one thread if I was sending out a message via the stock messaging app to less than 10 people. But...this was ages ago now. I'm hoping Google has fixed this, because someone who has a S4 recently told me that they can send a text message via the stock app to more than 10 people. Can someone confirm if this is the case? Is it possible to select a group of more than 10 people, or do you have to do a manual entry? Sorry if it sounds like a really silly/pedantic question, but group texting is one of my most-used features...and will need it to work how I want it to if I'm to switch back to Android. I'd be especially keen to know if this is the case on stock Android (Nexus 4) as well as stuff like Samsung's devices. Thanks.