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Issue with texts and Galaxy s3 Express

by Ikalor / August 19, 2013 12:25 PM PDT

Hello, I own a Samsung Galaxy S3 Express. I text quite frequently, being a teenager and all, but when I send a text to certain friend all they receive of said text is fragmented parts. This isn't an issue with SMS, as the messages are usually under 20 characters, much less 100. I could send a message saying, " See you there " and they would only see " ou there ". It's quite frustrating and I cannot find someone else who has had this issue. Any help is welcome!

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Is that an issue with your device's memory?
by John_Farrel / August 20, 2013 9:33 PM PDT

Just check it out for available memory and if the problem still persists do get it fixed from nearest store. Though it's nothing with hardware but agreed with the above suggestion, it might be a bug.

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Just that enduring text bug.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / August 19, 2013 1:54 PM PDT

If you check it out, when memory is low, the SMS messes up. The bug is written up so I'll stop here.

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