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Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Send Scheduled Text Message

Communicating via text messaging is one way to stay keep in touch with your friends, families or anyone else. To meet this need, Samsung Galaxy SIII has included the stock Messaging app inside it that will allow the users to send text messages.

See also: How to Send Text Message on Samsung Galaxy S3

You can also use text message to says happy birthday to your friends or says happy mother day to your mother, or else. But, if you're like me who have difficulties to remember those important date or event, then you may want to consider to make the scheduled text messages to facilitate you to do that thing. Unfortunately, there's no option inside the stock Messaging app to allow you to do that. But, you have no need to worry, you can still do so by using third-party app called Schemes - Scheduled Networking app that you can get for free through the Google Play Store.

How to send scheduled with Schemes - Scheduled Networking app?
Below are the steps you need to do:
  1. Download install the Schemes - Scheduled Networking app into your phone.
  2. Follow the on-screen instructions given by the app.
  3. Now, you're ready to create scheduled text message by using this app.
  4. In the Schemes - Scheduled Networking app, tap Create new scheduled icon.
  5. Select SMS.
  6. Enter the recipient in the To field.
  7. Enter your text message in the Message field.
  8. Tap Set time buttons to set the time you want the message sent.
  9. Tap Set date button to set the date you want the message sent.
  10. Tap the Right arrow button in the upper right corner to send the scheduled text message. The message will be sent at the date and time that you have specified before.

Well, by knowing how to send scheduled text message using this app, now you don't need to worry about forgotten when it comes to say happy birthday to your friends or when you need to send other messages in certain date and time. So, hope this helps :)


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