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Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Create and Send Scheduled Text Message using Handcent SMS App

We all know that the stock Messaging app has no option to allow you to create scheduled text message. That's why you need to use another app to do this thing. Fortunately, there some apps in Google Play Store which will let you do so, one of which is Schemes - Scheduled Networking app. By using this app you can easily create scheduled text message to the contact you want.

See also: How to Send Scheduled Text Message using Schemes - Scheduled Networking App on Samsung Galaxy S3

Aside from using Schemes - Scheduled Networking app, you can also using third-party messaging app called Handcent SMS app. This app is one of the most popular messaging app. The advantage that you'll get if you create scheduled SMS using this app is that you not only be able to set the date and time, but also to set to re-send them in the days you wants.

How to create and send scheduled text message using Handcent SMS app?
Assuming that you already installed Handcent SMS app on your phone, then here are the steps to do so:
  1. Open Handcent app.
  2. Tap the Three vertical dot button to get the option.
  3. Tap Schedule tasks.
  4. Tap the Plus (+) button to create new scheduled SMS.
  5. Enter the recipient number in the To field.
  6. Tap Set time button to set the date and time you wish to send the message, and then followed by tapping OK button.
  7. If necessary, tap the Check mark icon next to Repeat button to enable it.
  8. Tap Repeat button to set the day you wish to re-send the message, and then followed by tapping OK button.
  9. Enter your message in the message field.
  10. Tap Done button.

Once you finish, the message will be listed in the schedule tasks list as pending message. The message will be sent in the date and time which you have specified before, and also will be send again in the selected days if you set to repeat the message. So, hope this helps :)


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