What are the messages RCS and how you can enable them in your Android mobile

What are the messages RCS and how you can enable them in your Android mobileSMS is practically history from the arrival of the messaging applications such as WhatsApp or Telegram, but they are not all dead. His successor is on the way: RCS.Informs Gizmodo that RCS is the abbreviation for Rich Communication Services. This is the next version of the technology of text messaging of the mobile operators. Some of these are called ‘the WhatsApp of operators’.Are much better than SMS and support many more functions, as a limit of 8,000 characters per message, to see if the other person is typing, allows you to create groups or voice messages, among others.The problem is that the adoption of this system by operators of mobile telephony has not taken off, due to the updates required to implement it. In most countries, RCS are stagnant.however, if you have an Android phone, you have the technology needed to use them. And thanks to a message on Reddit, Android Police has echoed a finding: you can enable without the approval of the operator.you must have installed the last beta version of the Messages app (download it here) and install the app Activity Launcher (in Google Play).Once you have made both of these things, disable the WiFI. After you open the app Activity Launcher and select All activities in the drop-down menu. Then click on Messages and click Set RCS Flags. We scroll down, until ACS Url and select in the drop-down menu. Then in the drop-down menu, OTP Pattern and select Your\sMessenger\sverification\scode\sis\sG-(\d{6}. We scroll down and we played on Apply. We force the application to quit Messages and re-open it. If you see a banner that asks you to update now so you can see what write your friends, click Update now. If not, repeat the steps above just in case.Once updated, you touch “…”> Settings>chat Functions in the Messages app to see what features of RCS are available. If you see a warning message at the top, you can your number is not verified, but can be solved, following the steps correctly or if not, forcing the closure of messages, by opening it after and restarting the phone, installing the application of operator Services, by going to Settings and look for All applications. We looked for Services of operator and delete data of the app. Or in the Messages app we’re going to Settings > chat Functions >State: Settings, then we played at Check , and write our number.

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Phoneia.com (November 3, 2019). What are the messages RCS and how you can enable them in your Android mobile. Recovered from https://phoneia.com/en/what-are-the-messages-rcs-and-how-you-can-enable-them-in-your-android-mobile/