Google pulls an update after causing a problem with SMS messages

Google pulls an update after causing a problem with SMS messages

Some Android OS users encountered from a company Google has a problem that caused the SMS text message service to stop working, and it appears that the reason was changes made by Google.

After the problem appeared, Google rolled back some changes to help solve it. The company confirmed to The Verge that the repair is already underway, and said, “We identified the problem, and started rolling out the fix yesterday. If automatic updates are disabled for users, we recommend updating to the latest version of carrier services through the Play Store to receive the fix.

The problem appears to be due to the recent update of the Carrier Services app, which enables newer telecommunications services from carriers, including: battery improvements, support for improved features in the Android Messages app, according to the app description Play Store. It appears that the app has had more than 1 billion installations.

The launch of version 50 of the app began on December 2, and reports of SMS-related problems began to appear around that time, according to the website. 9to5Google The specialist in news about Google, the Android system and its devices.

The site stated that smartphones from companies such as: OnePlus, LG, Motorola, Samsung, and TCL have been affected by the problem. The site found that uninstalling the app fixed the problem.

Beginning Thursday, Google pulled the latest update and returned users to version 48 of the Carrier Services app.

The fix for the problem comes from Google, while the company has made it easier to work with Microsoft Office files, as it now allows users to modify the attached Office files directly in Gmail, just as is the case with Google Docs files and Google Sheets spreadsheets.

It is now possible to open and edit an Office file directly using Google Docs by clicking on it, just as it is done with the original Google Docs. But the new editing functionality does not convert Office files into Docs files, but rather preserves the file’s original format.

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  1. Jessia Clapper

    superb article

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