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How To Delete Multiple Messages On Samsung Galaxy

If you really want to clear some messages and threads at the same time, Samsung Galaxy can offer you its own way to do it. Follow the steps below:

How to Mass Delete Text messages at Once

  1. From the home screen of your Samsung Galaxy S3, find the ‘Messages’ app on the main menu.
  2. Now when the active conversations and threads are displayed, simply ‘press your chosen thread and hold until a box pops up’ – asking for your confirmation to ‘Delete thread’.
  3. Now tap on delete thread to confirm that you want to delete the whole conversation. You can also select which messages would you want to erase one by one.
  4. In case you want to delete multiple threads, follow step 1 and 2 – and simply click on all the threads that you want to delete from the messages list.
  5. Confirm to delete and wait until finished.

Other things you need to know:

  • In case you want to avoid the hassle of deleting messages in this way, you can simply program your Samsung Galaxy S3 to delete older messages after the inbox has reached a maximum number. Just follow Message < Settings < General < Check the ‘Delete old messages’ < Exit settings.

The No.1 handset as ranked by Tech Radar last September 2012 has a number of applications that are either inbuilt or can be downloaded for maximum support of the user. Now though the handset has features like 2 GB RAM and 64 GB of internal storage, still it is not wise or reasonable to keep the memory of the Smartphone full with unnecessary and unused information.

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