nexus 4

I just got a nexus 4 is there a way when messaging to do a paragraph? So to start a new line.. All I can find is the tab button but that just puts an extra space on the same line.. Thanks

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Yes. That's called email.

There are some that are new to SMS that want to extend what it does but it's a standard with a length and other limits. It's not fun to watch them bang their head or scream why doesn't it do this!

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I don't think it's email that I'm looking for.. I can do what I'm describing on whats app.. And on this forum

Like this

.. basically to skip to the next line

Maybe its just something SMS doesn't allow
Maybe I can learn to live with it. Sad

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You could research that.
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next person

I appreciate your attempt at helping but that hasn't helped
Anyone else that knows the answer.. Thanks

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The answer is you can't unless

You replace the SMS app to substitute a character. I thought you wanted to know why the stock app is that way. It appears you didn't get the message.

The problem with replacing the app would be both parties would have to agree on the solution.

Did you understand that SMS is quite old? And was not built to do much?

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Hi ZamUk

Activate the uppercase button. Then, the icon

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