I use the text message app that came with my phone. I do NOT WANT Message+. I keep getting messages "asking" if I want to use Message+ as my default, yet it seems to have disabled my usual texting app. I can no longer send messages from the texting app that came with my phone, as it says "Sending Disabled". Your [removed] Message+ app is effectively hijacking my [removed] phone. Don't come at me hyping Message+ functionality like I can't live without it, just get it OFF my [removed] phone!!!
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Without knowing what make & model phone is being used, generally speaking, access the Application Manager on your phone and scroll to Message+. Chances are the app can't be removed from the phone, but, should be able to be disabled.
Also, on my Samsung Galaxy S4 & S7E, I have the ability to choose a preferred app if multiple apps that accomplish a common task exist. The phone in question may have that capability too. If it does, reset the preferences, open the stock messaging app and make it preferred.
We want to make sure you are able to use your device messaging services. To better assist please provide the phone model and type you have. I am sure we can find a solution to your issue today. JasperM_VZW
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