SMS messages have stopped working for some Android customers, and it seems Google is rolling again some adjustments to assist repair the difficulty.
The difficulty appears to be on account of a current replace to the Service Providers app, which “allows the most recent communication providers from cellular carriers, together with battery-optimizations and help for enhanced options within the Android Messages app,” in keeping with the app’s description on the Play Store. The app has greater than a billion installs.
Model 50 of the app began rolling out on December 2nd, and experiences of points with SMS began hitting round then, according to 9to5Google. OnePlus, LG, Motorola, Samsung, and TCL telephones have reportedly been affected. In case you’re seeing points, uninstalling the app fixes the issue, 9to5Google discovered.
As of Thursday, although, Google has reverted the current replace and is downgrading individuals again to model 48 of the Service Providers app, experiences Android Police, and a 9to5Google author noticed that their Service Providers app was reverted as properly. And the Play Retailer itemizing for the app now lists model 48 as probably the most present model.
Google didn’t instantly reply to a request for remark.