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Save as draft... SMS

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Moogle, Jul 1, 2010.

  1. Moogle

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    Text messages never seem to save as drafts... except sometimes. When it does, it's really arbitrary. From reading around, I thought maybe you had to have a recipient to save it as a draft, but one of the few ones I managed to save doesn't, and it marked 'anonymous'.

    So, er... how does one save sms's that you're halfway through writing, but you need to send someone else one first?
     

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  2. Geordie Ahmed

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    If am halfway through writing a sms and I press the back button it saves as draft

    Im assuming you press the home button instead?
     
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    yep, just press the back button to exit messaging and it will save it as a draft.
     
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    weird. Works now.. :S

    Ignore me. :)
     
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    I use a draft SMS as a sort of to do list or shopping list.

    I find that if I make changes to it, then press the back button, it says it has saved to drafts but it hasn't actually saved the changes. I have to go through the process twice, then it will save the changes.

    Any ideas on this? Or does the Desire have a 'to do list' sort of application that can be easily accessed and modified?
     
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