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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by AllStarsCouldBeBrighter, Nov 28, 2010.

  1. AllStarsCouldBeBrighter

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    yesterday I accidentally changed the settings on my ally and I set it so I could see the status of my sent messages. I took it off earlier today because it wasn't what I wanted. Now after 3 messages I have a grey box on my screen that says "Message received by (person's number)" and it doesn't go away unless I turn my phone off and back on again. Then after a few texts, it pops up again and won't go away. Does anyone have a solution for this problem? D:
     

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    yes, i used to have the same problem but it has nothing to do with a root, download advanced task killer from the market and when it gets stuck just kill the messenging app and it will go away
     
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    Task killers are not recommended....
     
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    SystemPanelLite is free, works well as an on-demand task killer, and does other Stuff And Things (tm) ...

    I have the same problem with the "Message received by ..." message occasionally sticking on the screen. Kill the Messaging task.
     
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    according to whom?

    advanced task killer works perfectly for me...
     
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    This FAQ is the first of about 331,000 Google results for "android task killer not recommended" ...
     
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    thanks death to all, i had no idea, and since then i switched to chomp sms anyways
     
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