Google is fixing some Android text sending SMS issues

SMS messages have quit working for some Android clients, and it shows up Google is moving back certain progressions to help fix the issue.

Google affirms to The Verge that the fix is now in progress:

“We’ve identified the issue and began rolling out the fix yesterday. If users have automatic updates disabled, we recommend they update to the latest version of Carrier Services through the Play Store to receive the fix.”

The issue is by all accounts because of an ongoing update to the Carrier Services application, which “enables the latest communication services from mobile carriers, including battery-optimizations and support for enhanced features in the Android Messages app,” as per the application’s portrayal on the Play Store. The application has in excess of a billion installs.

Version 50 of the application began turning out on December second, and reports of issues with SMS began hitting around at that point, as indicated by 9to5Google. OnePlus, LG, Motorola, Samsung, and TCL telephones have supposedly been influenced. In case you’re seeing issues, uninstalling the application fixes the issue, 9to5Google found.

As of Thursday, however, Google has returned the ongoing update and is minimizing individuals back to form 48 of the Carrier Services application, reports Android Police, and a 9to5Google essayist saw that their Carrier Services application was returned too. What’s more, the Play Store posting for the application presently records version 48 as the most current version.

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