Don’t get me wrong, I love my Galaxy S7 phone but I’m just not used to having problems especially with text messaging. I have heard users complaining about the fact that they cannot send picture messages, while others claim that are not able to send SMS or to receive, so how can all these be possible?
We are not talking about any regular Android device, but one that claims to be high-end and is priced according to that, so I get your frustration. This happens to all of us and now, here I am with a new guide regarding a messaging issue. This is smaller than other ones, I know, but still very important for those who want to use the texting function of their Galaxy S7 smartphone.
While swiping to make a text, there are users who describe that the S7 device doesn’t automatically space the words out. I am always open to your problems, questions and suggestions, so I am glad that you’ve asked for my help and yes, there is something that can fix the problem in no time. Since you are using the native Samsung keyboard, the best way to solve it is to reset it to its default settings.
However, if you’re using a third-party keyboard, this is not enough and you have to take things to a new level. By that, I mean that you must clear both the cache and the data with the help of these detailed steps:
- From the Home screen, tap the Apps icon;
- Up next, you have to find and tap on Settings;
- Touch Applications;
- Then, you need to tap Application manager;
- Swipe to ALL tab;
- Find and touch the keyboard you use;
- Touch the Force Close button first;
- Then, tap Storage;
- Tap Clear cache;
- Then, also hit the option that says Clear data, Delete.
If you have any questions, feel free ask for my help. And if you have other issues, just visit our S7 page and browse for similar problems. You are not the only one experiencing such problems, I can assure you of that!