Simple Steps to fix Galaxy A9 that can’t receive or send text messages

Among other things that your Samsung Galaxy A9 can do, your phone should be able to send and receive text messages as this is an important aspect of using any Samsung Galaxy device. But in cases whereby you cannot receive and send text messages with your Galaxy A9, then you should know there is a problem somewhere. In this article, we will cover the possible fixes on how you can solve this problem.

A device that is well packed and has really impressive hardware specifications like the Galaxy A9 shouldn’t have problems of trying to send messages and even receive messages.  However, there are some users who are actually currently facing this issue.

So, in this article, we will solve this problem of your GalaxyA9 with our simple steps. It’s very annoying to want to send a message and be unable to actually do it, especially when it is very urgent.

Here are some tips to do that will help you solve your Samsung Galaxy A9 can’t receive text and send messages…

  1. You will first need to restart your Samsung device again.
  2. Ensure that your device gets a decent signal.
  3. Also, ensure that there’s enough storage space on your phone, else the messages won’t go through.
  4. Ensure that the phone number you’re sending your message to is correct.
  5. Call tech support.
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Do the above steps and this should solve the problem. But if this is the first time you are facing this problem, and then ensure to restart your device first. Or better still; perform the forced reboot method by holding the volume down key and the power button for about 10 seconds till it goes off. After this, retry sending the text message again to your own number to see if it works or not.

Also, you will need to ensure that the signal indicator above your screen is getting a good signal, this is to be sure that the problem is not from your network provider.

Well, that is all for now and I do hope that we’ve helped you fix the problem with your phone.

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