Android Operating System is awesome for SMS or text lovers as there is virtually no limit on the number of messages that can be included in a single conversation with your loved ones. So that you can simply impress your loved ones that you have the first and the last message with them.
Having so many messages in a conversation tends to slow down your messaging application, the more time it will take to process resulting in slow mobile operation. Sometime it also happens that your smartphone goes in a kid’s hand and he may send several messages to anyone, which will reduce your Talktime balance, hence with low balance.
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How to Block or Limit Messages on Android:
- Open your Message App on your Android Device.
- Click on Menu and then tap on Settings button.
- In the Settings options you need to tap on the ‘Delete old messages’.
- Now when this option is ticked, it means that the settings are turned ON.
By doing these steps you will be able to keep limit on Messages which are sent continously in a messaging conversation. If you want to keep a storage limit then you can do these steps:
Below the option of 'Delete older messages', you will find the option of 'Text message limit'. The 'Default Value' is 200 which means that if your Android phone reaches the 200 mark, the older messages will be delted automatically, keeping the Messa ge memory on a fixed count.
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