This is getting out of hand. For THE LAST TIME. Samsung makes the update and sends the update to the carriers. The carriers program it and edit it to make sure it works on the network. Blame your carrier for issues after updates. It's not samsung when they release the update to the carriers it is out of their hands. Go complain to your carrier and tell them theu are liars if they blame samsung. It's NOT SAMSUNG IT IS THE CARRIER HOW MANY TIMES DOES IT HAVE TO BE SAID
A quarter contain so little information that there's nothing to go on. "Can't send text." Tells me nothing. Nor is it a request for assistance. It's just a statement.
I really do like to help people in this community, but some days I just back out, shaking my head.
Both manufacturer and carrier developers have very little understanding of what works, what's needed, and what's preferred.
I've had my carrier (tmobile) blame Samsung and I've had Samsung blame my carrier. Through my own research, I resolved the issue I had. Although Samsung was more at fault (since I purchased an unlocked phone from them), I found that both were at fault for failing to be informed about a very common issue that involves unlocked phones.
You don't see Koreans having this issue
Or Japanese users
Or users in the UK (they got a whole different set of issues and that's mostly the chip used)
It's an American, verizon, s21 line issue