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Bypass SMS Limit in Samsung Galaxy S2 (Korean Version)

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How can I get caller ID on my SMS messages?

When I receive a text there is no caller ID, or even phone number

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This will solely depend on which device that you are currently using in order for me to help you to find your message Windows. If you are using an Android device, it is possible that you may have tampered with your message settings, you can download an application for texting that will display all of the information you are seeking.

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When you say caller ID, I believe that you are referring to the contact number. Normally, if the person's number is not yet registered on your phone, then the number should appear on screen as Android devices do not have an option to hide the numbers you received. Possible also that the person has his phone number to be hidden as it can be requested from a network provider (For some). What you can try to do is to tap on settings, then select message properties and it should show the number there. You can also move the text message to SIM card storage and insert the SIM to an older phone (Not a smart phone) then view it that way as it normally shows the phone number, time stamp and also the date.

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How can I increase 80 byte character to unlimited SMS?

I cannot send more than 80 bytes of SMS in my phone

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Hi, I cannot send a SMS of more than 160 characters on my Samsung S3. I am using a Korean phone?

Hi, I cannot send a SMS of more than 160 characters on my Samsung S3. I am using a Korean phone

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Received SMS Messages are showing senders name or number?

I have factory reset my Samsung 3 and I am not sure if my contacts are being read from the SIM card or SD card. How can I tell? When I get an SMS the senders name or number is not displayed, I only see "New Message". I assume it is because of the Contact list being used?. I have tried: Looking in the menus for a setting - but can't find it. I think it was caused by: Factory reset

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How to fix my Samsung Note 1. When receiving text messages it always shows no caller ID even though I have their names in my phonebook. Please help?

How to fix my Samsung Note 1. When receiving text messages it always shows no caller ID even though I have their names in my phonebook. Please help.

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My Samsung shv-e120l is showing no caller ID in all of my received messages?

All the messages I received indicates no caller ID. but my the messages I send shows details on whom I sent it to. I've tried synchronizing my contacts with my messages but nothing happens. Someone told me to check on my device setting and chose additional settings under call but the option is not on my phone. what should I do then. I almost did everything but nothing happens.

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