Like SMS text messages, excessive MMSs also may create problems for you. Your mobile device may chock down due to lack of space for the MMS or your device may not be able to receive new MMS. Android has suggested the solution for the problem.
The solution is simple when you will follow the instructions.
1: Tap the icon of ‘Messaging app’ at the Home screen of your Android 4.4.4 KitKat device. 2: At the interface screen of ‘Messaging app, tap the settings button, placed at the top right corner of the screen. It will open up a popup menu.
3: Tap the ‘Settings’ in the popup menu.
4: At the ‘Settings’ screen of ‘Messaging app’, see the ‘Multimedia message limit’ is set as ‘1000 message per conversation’.
Tap it to set the new multimedia message limit. It will open up a popup screen.5: At the popup, tap the limit scale and a keypad will appear below the rolling scale. Set the limit with the help of the keyboard and tap ‘Set’ to save the new limit. I set the limit to 500 but you may set as required or as desired. It will instantly take you back to the ‘Settings’ screen. 6: Here, see the ‘Multimedia message limit’ has been changed to ‘500 messages per conversation’. That’s all!
After the activation of the ‘Delete old message’, interface to ‘Text messages limit’ is also enabled for you to set the limit of the text messages in your inbox.
Follow the instructions:
!: Tap the icon of ‘Messaging app’ on the Home screen of your Android 4.4.4 KitKat devices.2: At the ‘Messaging app’ screen, tap the settings button, placed at the top right corner of the screen. It will open up a popup menu.
3: Tap the ‘Settings’ in the popup menu to open up the ‘Settings’ menu. 4: At the ‘Settings’ screen, see the ‘Delete old messages’ and the interface to set ‘Text message limit’ is enabled and activated. It is, currently, set at ‘1000 messages per conversation’.
5: Tap the ‘Text message limit’ to set new limit. It will open up a popup screen.
5: See; here the text message limit is set to 1000. Tap it to set new limit. It will open up a keypad at the lower side of the popup.
6: With the help of keyboard, write down the new text messages limits, as required or desire. Here, I set (write) it to be 500 but you set as per your inbox storage capacity.
7: Now, tap ‘Done’ Button, placed at the bottom right corner of the screen. It will open up previous popup but with new limit. 8: Now, tap ‘Set’ button to save the limit. 9: Alternatively, you may scroll down or upward the rolling scale to set the limit and tap ‘Set’. 10: At the previous ‘Settings’ screen, see the ‘Text message limit’ has been set as ‘500 messages per conversation’. Similarly, you may set any limit of the messages.
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Normally, a person has to connect its headset to the music device and then has to tap the music app icon in order to run music. But, now, Android 4.4.4 KitKat has provided an option to the users, which, when enabled, runs the music app, automatically, as soon as the headset is connected with the Android device. If this option is enabled, the music will start immediately and automatically.
It is easy to enable this option but if you feel any difficult, see the instructions.
Command Line: Settings Icon > Sounds – DEVICE > Launch Music App – AUTOMATION & EFFECTS
1: Tap the icon of the ‘Settings’ on the Home screen of your Android 4.4.4 KitKat device to open up the ‘Settings’ screen.2: At the ‘Settings’ screen, scroll down to the DEVICE section and tap the ‘Sound’.3: At the ‘Sound’ screen, scroll down to the AUTOMATION & EFFECTS section and see the ‘Launch music app – Launch the default music app when headset is connected – is not checked and not enabled.4: Tap the ‘Launch music app’ to check and it will enable and activate the automatic launching of the music app when the headset is connected.That’s all!