Samsung is the manufacturer of galaxy S5s. They have this feature from other carriers as stated by many users above. Manufacturers load stock apps unless otherwise directed by the carrier. Give the people what they want! [Not the runaround]
I have a samsung galaxy s5, message+ is default app, Verizon is my provider. I have no scheduled messaging available currently however I subscribed to Integrated Messaging for that purpose! My husband has a Kyocera Brigida, also uses Message+ on Verizon network and he can schedule messages! WTH?? Why can't I schedule messages on my s5? Can anybody answer the question for Verizon?They don't seem to want to provide truthful answers, or does Verizon even know the answer? I like the Message+ app but I'm going to have to look around for another messaging app that meets all my needs.
I have the s5 too and use Message plus also. You can schedule a message by typing the message you want to send to the person (s) you want to send it to. Once you're done with the message, press & hold the send arrow for about 2 seconds. A slider will pop up with some default times starting at 15 min & ending at 2 hrs. You can select Later to set a specific time. You can set the day & time from there & hit schedule when you're done.
You can scroll up or down on the numbers to change the times & do the same to change am or pm. The time in the center is the one that you want to set. It has the colon : between the times. Make sure you have am or pm on that line. Once you're done, press the Schedule button. I came across this by accident some months ago. Glad to share & help out
Karl, your mother did the world a HUGE favor when she decided to bring you into the world! Your answer was concise, intelligently presented an dost of all RIGHT!
Big ol' smoochies to the top of your head!!