The Android One smartphones use the messaging app developed by Google. So, certain features may not be as evolved as you find in 3rd party text/SMS applications or on phones sold by other OEMs. Let's see if I can help you here:
Enable SMS Delivery Reports:
I am using Google's Android Messaging app, which I believe is the one shipped with the Android One smartphones. If not, the setup might differ slightly:
Go to settings by tapping the 3 dots at the top right and choosing Settings.
Tap on advanced and enable the toggle next to "Get SMS delivery reports".
Now compose a new SMS and send it to one of your contacts. A toast notification should appear at the bottom of the screen when the text gets delivered to the recipient.
Manually check for delivery report
Simply open the contact's chat window and tap on the text message. Please note that you just need to make a single tap and not tap and hold. When you do this, the field should expand a bit and show you the delivery details.
Yes, Harinder it is all glass at the back. The Nokia 7 announced for China comes in 2 colors - black and white. The black color has a glossy black finish on the back glass. Whereas the white color comes with a matte finish of the color.
We might see other color variations of the Nokia 7 if it comes to other markets.
Hi Dixit, the back is certainly made out of glass. However, the phone does not come with the support for wireless charging. At least, the version announced for China does not come with it.
There are other smartphones too which come with all glass back and still don't have wireless charging embedded, so it is not that Nokia 7 is the only glass back smartphone without wireless charging.
That said, I am with you when it comes to using glass without making any good use of it. They could have gone with the same aluminum back as in other Nokia smartphones. That would make them more durable.
The Nokia 7 seems to resemble the leaked images of Nokia 9. So, it is possible that HMD Global wants to make its new phones look more like the upcoming flagship and hence went with using an all-glass back. It certainly looks beautiful, but durability is a big concern.
I am facing similar issue.. screen suddenly changes to black and white and when rebooted it turns to color. this generally happens when there is software/App update or install and uninstalls. Please suggest
I too am awaiting the new phones from HMD and Nokia. But after using OnePlus smartphones for over 2 years now, the choice will trickle down to what Nokia offers and what price point it targets.
Now since Nokia's service centers, retail partners and supply chain is mostly gone, I expect them to price their products more aggressively. If this will be another round of earning excess money out of brand value without actually adding anything amazing, I'll just settle for the next OnePlus smartphone again.
Pricing of Nokia 6 is kinda already on a higher side considering that they are still with a 4xx series processor (SOC). Hopefully the upcoming devices will provide better power and price ratio!
I have received JIO sim But i was not able to use calling as well as data services. I raised multiple request through jio app, but there was no response. I also raised a request through call customer care but every time a get a same answer your service will be resolved in 48 hrs, now they are saying that my retailer have activated LYF service on my phone so issue can’t be resolved at their end.
No buddy, this is entirely misleading and nothing short of a hoax.
Reliance Jio will not (in fact it cannot) block your SIM slot. You will always be free to use SIM card from any operator on your smartphone after the free welcome offer expires on 31 December.
Please don't fall prey to hoaxes like these and also spread the message to your friends who might be in a similar confusion.
@sarthak-nahar With the partner devices, you need to actually download at-least the 3 main jio apps, better if you download them all and remove them later. Then you'll get the popup to avail the unlimited offer (before or after signing up to MyJio app) and you need to avail that in order to get your benefits.
Starting off, I'd ask you to rethink if you really need a Lumia device. Microsoft is reportedly killing off Lumia brand in the month of December and they are already cutting down on new production and push towards the sale of these devices. In such a condition, it might become extremely difficult to get service, support and updated software on your phone. With reduced number of devices for sale, the overall sales will surely come down and that would cause reduction in the number of new apps in the Windows store.
The phone was also launched more than an year ago and might be already nearing its life cycle. Now, if you still want to go with Windows, you can pick it up. Unlike Android, the storage is less used in Windows, but you will certainly still have storage woes if you are going to install large games which individually use up over a GB.
If I was at your place, I'd certainly not pick up a Lumia at this time unless I can't live without a phone that runs Windows.
Vahid, although Jio support would be the best one to answer this. I'll still try getting closer to the problem.
Can you try installing the My Jio app on your smartphone and skip signin so you can reach the account page? Also during this process, if you see a popup about activating the welcome offer, please accept it and download the required apps.
If not, the My Jio app should show your current plan. Can you reply with what is shown there?
While I'm not familiar with how the bypass actually works, I think @wolf didn't mean to have the drive connected to the phone. Instead to connect device to PC using USB cable and paste the respective APK into the device's storage and then open the APK through the phone.
I might be wrong. So, I'll get in touch with Saif if he has a better explanation.
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