Visitor: does the s5 no longer have the group messaging feature? Message size doesn't seem to be an issue. Aside from sending us an email you may also reach us at our and social media accounts. And the best way to check you email while you are out on a trip is through your mobile device. For example, if you own a Samsung GalaxyS5 then it would make sense to check your emails on your phone. I'm not sure when the problem started he just reported it yesterday , but he can't seem to use the forward, replay, or reply to all functions using the standard mail app. But now I have the issue where I can send messages out to contacts but am not getting their responses back. The easiest way to do this is to boot the phone into recovery mode.
Seems intermittent as I can sometimes get one forward in before it starts again. Second: Verify with your Samsung Galaxy S5 that the correct number is entered in the message center. I don't know exactly what the factory reset did for my phone but it works now. Power the device off and on: If you turn off and on the device does it work temporarily? Look for your email app then check how much space it consumes. We will be more than happy to assist you with any concern that you may have with your device. Can you make a phone call and connect to the internet with Wi-Fi off? There are several ways to create a backup of your phone.
Removing the memory card did not help. Install third-party launcher and keyboard Open Google Play Store and install a launcher. I have the solution for you First don't even bother about resetting app or clearing cache. When I open it, I get 3 active option buttons: Force Stop, Uninstall Updates and Disable. It happens at all different times and areas. Solution 3: Enabling Global Sync One more way to fix email not syncing issue is to enable global sync in the device. The next thing you will need to do is to start your phone in Safe Mode.
I have not been successful following the recommendations of going into settings and forcing a stop, and clearing the cache. Follow the below steps to create a backup first. I would recommend using a different email client. What is the next stage if none of these help? I have factory reset my phone also, and it didn't work. This has been so incredibly frustrating as it required me to log into my laptop or tablet to respond to office email when I'm offsite -- ridiculous.
Solution: The first thing that needs to be done in this case is to check if your number may have been blocked. I have tried deleting the entire conservations with those four people but I see no way to turn this off. Once in Safe Mode try to check if your email is able to load. Sorry fly-guy, I used my temporary fix to reply and forward emails, but got fed up with it because no one knew what to do. Hello all, I have read all the answers that users have provided here but I am still having problems.
So I downloaded outlook for Android and I'm no longer using the resident email app on the phone. Note If the eject tool isn't available, use a paper clip. However, you can use a third party app. I have been away from Android for 2 years, did it used to work fine on older models, or older versions of Android? Welcome to our focused troubleshooting series that aims to resolve the Samsung GalaxyS5 not sending or receiving text messages. How is the performance when sending group messages? As soon as I forced it to stop and asked to go back to factory conditions I went back into email and was able to forward without having the loading message which stood there forever. These may include videos, photos, music, and documents. A Dec, 5 routine update caused all the problems.
With the device powered on, press and hold the Power button located on the right edge until the Phone options prompt appears then release. The temporary fix is to create the email and then save it as a draft by hitting the back button and choose save. Hi MsPinaG, One thing to try would be to get your friends or 1 to start with to turn their iMessage off - then message you like normal, then switch it back on, and try again and see if you get both messages. Use Volume down button for highlighting any options and Power key to confirm it. None of these suggestions worked.
I can properly receive and send emails. You should also try using a different notification tone and check if the issue is still the same. Not sure yet if disabling this affected other processes. If your problem is fixed then the app was the problem. They told me to contact samsung. It takes a little getting used to, but I got tired of having to figure out how to work around it.