"We are aware of the reports regarding this matter and our technical teams are looking into it". The only way people know this is happening, is once they receive a response from the recipient of the message sent.
Reports of the unprecedented fault emerged on Reddit and Samsung help forums this week, with one man claiming his entire photo gallery of at least 50 images had been sent to his girlfriend as he slept. The seemingly misbehaving app is the default messaging tool on Samsung's Android devices.
United States holds talks on next steps with North Korea
Citing "administration officials", the report indicates that the administration is eyeing NYC during the time when the U.N. Bolton also conceded that the speed of denuclearization depends on North Korea's cooperation - which is a wild card.
Drunk dialing and butt-dialing are bad enough, but what if your phone sent some. compromising photos to your contacts all by itself?
That's because posters to Reddit and the Samsung forums say Samsung Messages is malfunctioning. So for Samsung Galaxy users, this means that the best way to now get around the bug is to avoid Samsung Messages entirely or revoke its permission to access your photo gallery.
Users have theorised that the problems could be caused by the rollout of Rich Communications Service (RCS) on certain carriers in the US. Until then, there are two easy fixes for the concerned users: 1.
Sen. Cantwell weighs in on SCOTUS pick
Susan Collins (R-Maine) said Sunday that she wouldn't vote for a Supreme Court nominee who would overturn Roe v. Such a judge, she said, "would not be acceptable to me because that would indicate an activist agenda".
The issue isn't specific to one mobile carrier alone, and users from different operators reported the same problem.
The issue also seems to coincide with a new version of the Samsung Messages app, which could be related to the RCS update, or not, depending. I think it has something to do with the Samsung SMS app being updated from the Galaxy Store. Go to the settings menu that handles apps' permissions and deny Samsung Messages' access to your storage.
European Union warns USA of almost $300-billion retaliation over auto tariffs
The European Commission reportedly sent a letter to the U.S. threatening to hit $US300 billion of American goods with tariffs. Profitability at United States auto plants could worsen further if parts imported to America from Europe also face tariffs.