How to set texting editor

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    How to set texting editor

    Does anyone know how to set your default text editor? I have been unsuccessful, thanks.

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    Kinda figured this out when you receive a new test message you will be asked which text editor to open the text message with, there's an option in that dialog box that allows you to set your default text editor. Now to figure out how to turn off notifications for the the native SMS text editor .

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    Quote Originally Posted by b00sted415 View Post
    Kinda figured this out when you receive a new test message you will be asked which text editor to open the text message with, there's an option in that dialog box that allows you to set your default text editor. Now to figure out how to turn off notifications for the the native SMS text editor .
    just click on the messaging icon (for the stock app), then settings, notification settings

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    Quote Originally Posted by cxm View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by b00sted415 View Post
    Kinda figured this out when you receive a new test message you will be asked which text editor to open the text message with, there's an option in that dialog box that allows you to set your default text editor. Now to figure out how to turn off notifications for the the native SMS text editor .
    just click on the messaging icon (for the stock app), then settings, notification settings
    Yeah thanks figured everything out, now I feel stupid fir posting this

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    Don't feel stupid, I had the same doubt and your thread helped me sort it out.

    Thanks!


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    Quote Originally Posted by b00sted415 View Post
    Kinda figured this out when you receive a new test message you will be asked which text editor to open the text message with, there's an option in that dialog box that allows you to set your default text editor. Now to figure out how to turn off notifications for the the native SMS text editor .
    just click on the messaging icon (for the stock app), then settings, notification settings
    Yeah thanks figured everything out, now I feel stupid fir posting this

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