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Support SMS notification for a deleted text message

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by aaron18200, May 17, 2009.

  1. aaron18200

    aaron18200 New Member
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    I was deleting all the texts in my inbox when, whilst the G1 was deleting the texts, I received a message.

    The phone finished deleting the texts, including the one I had just received and ever since I have had a notification in my bar at the top of the phone. However when I click on it it doesnt link anywhere as the message has been deleted.

    Clicking on 'clear notifications' works temporarily but everytime a new notification appears this sms notification appears too.

    How can I get rid of it!
    Thank you for any help
     

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  2. SirFenwick

    SirFenwick Well-Known Member
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    Might want to disable notifications for sms messages and then enable them to see if it works. Restart your phone would be another option.
     
  3. aaron18200

    aaron18200 New Member
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    Yea I have tried both...no luck.

    I'm using chomp SMS so I tried uninstalling it and re-installing it...same notification came up.
    Also comes up with the notification with the default messaging application when those notifications are enabled.
     
  4. RellikZephyr

    RellikZephyr Well-Known Member
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    how do i disable standard sms notifications???

    i am using handcent and the double notifications is annoying

    EDIT: Nevermind figured it out

    Thanks

    RellikZephyr
     
  5. KlaymenDK

    KlaymenDK Well-Known Member
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    Rellik, could you say how you fixed that? It's annoying me too, and I haven't figured it out.
    Edit: Ah, you just need to go into the standard "Messaging" app and deselect "Notifications" in its Settings menu. Duh, obvious! :rolleyes:
     
  6. bananachunks

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    I am having this exact same problem on my Galaxy[H8] right now. When I get a new message, the new message and this message shows in my alert list. When I click the non-existent message, I get taken to an empty message with "mmssmsconversations0" in the To field. I've tried turning alerts on/off, reboot, etc, but the notification keeps coming back (including text of the SMS) every time I get a new msg, open the messaging app, etc.

    Anyone figure out how to permanently get rid of this SMS alert yet?

    TIA
     
  7. pikacz

    pikacz Guest

    same problem on XXII5 :(
     
  8. sortaslow

    sortaslow New Member
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    Wow same problem on Droid. Very annoying. This bug needs to get fixed fast. Ridiculous. Nothing has worked. Ugh!
     
  9. sortaslow

    sortaslow New Member
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    Downloaded handcent and did a few texts and it stopped. Uninstalled handcent and everything is still normal.
     
  10. AndyN

    AndyN New Member
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    bump

    I am having this same problem. I use GoSMSPro on my HTC legend and while deleting my text messages I received one from the thread I was deleting. I now get a notification saying that I have that new text message but I can't view the message to delete it.

    Clearing the notification works temporarily but it will come up again whenever I get a new message. I have tried restarting phone, and turning notifications off and on. I have tried downloading a new messaging app (handcent) and the same problem occurs on there as well!
     
  11. andrewh86

    andrewh86 New Member
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    Have you figured out how to solve this problem? I am having the same problem now, have been for about a month now. It is very annoying.
     
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