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General Text notification and SD card

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by ZoeLibb, Mar 13, 2012.

  1. ZoeLibb

    ZoeLibb New Member
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    Hello all,

    I've had my cell for a couple weeks now and I'm still figuring things out but I finally managed to mount the SD card and get music on to my phone. Woo! However, since doing so all incoming text messages now go directly to the SD card instead of the internal memory, because of that I no longer receive any notifications that I have a text.

    Is there any way to make all text messages go to the internal memory or do I have to keep my card unmounted all the time?

    Much thanks for your time :)
     

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  2. Appmen

    Appmen New Member
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    I wouldn't recommend you to set the sms storage in the internal memory as its size isn't very big and you will soon run out of it. It isn't the most powerful Android phone.
    And by the way, Intellectsoft don't recommend to use this
     
  3. rdokoye

    rdokoye New Member
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    No, I think it defaults to the SD card the moment you put it in. Internal memory is typically used as backup anyway. Since phones are obvious size constraints, developers prefer to use external storage components, in order to keep costs down, and keep the phones as small as possible.

    However, it is possible for you to manually move data, although I don’t think that would help you very much.
     
  4. vivek ghai

    vivek ghai New Member
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    Internal memory storage will be less to store all data. so, this might also be the reason for not getting messages in internal storage. Make a copy of previous messages or change the settings to get notifications to get in internal storage.
    You should change the internal settings or store the previous message in another place.
     
    #4 vivek ghai, May 10, 2017
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