Samsung glitch randomly sends pictures to contacts

Samsung glitch randomly sends pictures to contacts

Unfortunately, these updates may have interacted badly with Samsung's Messages app, according to the report. Another reported that their device sent photos to their wife. The scariest part is that the default message app isn't showing that anything has been texted at all.

On Wednesday, a man brought the glitch into the light by going onto Reddit to tell his story, explaining that his entire camera phone photo gallery was sent to his girlfriend without his knowledge. In the meantime, you can switch to a third-party messaging app like WhatsApp, Signal, or Facebook Messenger to send all the photos you want to the right people. "We encourage any customers who may have questions or concerns to contact their local Customer Service Center at 1-800-SAMSUNG". The only workaround here is to disable storage permissions for Samsung Messages.

T-Mobile began rolling out RCS support on Friday, but only to the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge.

Samsung is said to be aware of the complaints, which surfaced last week, and is investigating.

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Samsung has acknowledged the issue and says that its engineers are working on a fix. The good news is, Samsung is aware of the issue and is looking into it. What's clear is that the bug is not device-specific or network-specific, with speculation regarding the cause of the bug revolving around recent Samsung Messages updates. Others have reported their phones sending scheduled text messages too early.

'I think it has something to do with the Samsung SMS app being updated from the Galaxy Store. What makes the matters worse is that the app does not even show users if the files have been sent.

You should acknowledge that doing this will prevent you from sending multimedia messages via the Messages app until you turn permissions back on. First, you can go into its app settings and revoke Samsung Message's ability to access your storage, which means it won't be able to send anything stored on your phone, including photos.

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