If your Samsung voicemail notification won’t go away or keeps popping up, the voicemail indicator has become stuck, or your voicemail storage capacity has been reached. Uninstall the voicemail app, delete old messages, and restarting your phone will refresh the app.
If Samsung video calls cannot be made to this number, there are three possible reasons why. The other number may not have a device capable of receiving video calls, they have not turned on the video calling feature, or they are in an area with a weak signal.
If you want to know how to fix Samsung messages not sent service not activated on network, first, download Network Settings from your Network Carrier and then check it again. If the problem persists, go to Settings and then to SIM Card and then go to Select Network Manually.
If you want to know how to fix your Samsung Messages App that keeps crashing, check for any software bugs that could be affecting the Messages app. If these apps are infected with a virus, for example, it could cause the Samsung Messages App to crash randomly.
If you want to fix the issue that is leading to receiving messages twice, first, check to see that all the software on your Samsung phone is up to date. Go to Settings and then to About Device and then to Software Update. Now, perform a backup and restore as outlined below.
If your Samsung phone keeps turning off, third party apps could be the cause of the issues, which can either be deleted or can be identified by running your phone in Safe Mode. Also, check the battery for any damage and be sure the power button is not being pressed by a phone case.
If your Samsung phone battery is not working, be sure that the battery is not swollen, replace the battery if the charge is not increasing when connected, check for any damage on the charging cord, connect to a working outlet, and clean the battery charging port of any debris.
If you have Samsung phone camera photo problems and the Samsung phone camera is too bright, tap on the camera icon. Tap on More and then on Pro. Then tap on the plus and minus icon and then go ahead and slide the brightness bar to the level of brightness that is most desirable.
Soft restart the device you’re transferring from and the device you’re transferring to and then try again. If it’s still not working then clear the Smart Switch app cache, check you have enough storage space on the new device, and try the transfer over the micro USB cable rather than Wi-Fi.
If your Samsung phone microphone is not working and is causing an inability to use the msg feature talking, first try to reboot your Samsung phone. See if the headphone icon is appearing anywhere on your phone’s screen. Check the Sound Settings and Clean out the microphone.