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How to Automatically Delete Old Messages on Samsung Galaxy S5

By: Grace Gajetes-Hisona | Saturday, July 12, 2014

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Get rid of all unnecessary old messages stored in your inbox and let your Samsung Galaxy S5 do the job for you. Yes. This is made possible with the phone's automatic deletion function. All you need to do is to configure some settings first, according to your preference and everything should be good afterwards.


Below are the steps to configure or set automatic deletion of old messages on your Galaxy S5 handset. Follow these steps if you think you need further assistance in going through the entire configuration process.
1. Get to the Home screen and touch Apps to begin with.

2. Touch Messages to proceed.

3. Touch the Menu icon at the upper right corner of the Messages screen (represented by three vertical dots) .

4. Scroll down and select Settings from the Menu drop-down options.

5. Scroll to Delete Old Messages to turn the feature on.

6. Under Delete Old Messages screen, touch Text message limit, to set the number of messages per conversation.

7. Scroll to the desired number of text message limit.

8. Touch OK to confirm text message limit input.

You should now be seeing the Text Message Limit number has already been changed to your desired number. Your phone will now automatically delete old messages from your inbox.


 

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