Samsung Glitch Sends Guy's Entire Photo Gallery To His Girlfriend

According to reports, a small group of people with Samsung cells have stated that their phones have randomly sent images in their galleries to numbers in their contacts. It only became apparent after the recipient alerted them. How many people received private photos, without alerting the owner, is unknown. The scariest part is that the default message app isn't showing that anything has been texted at all. Samsung is offering to double your memory so, for example, if you buy a 128GB Note 8 model you'll get a 128GB memory card as your freebie, while 64GB devices will come with a 64GB card.

'Give me a spontaneously exploding phone any day of the week, Samsung, instead of this nightmare scenario, ' he said. He also added that he has never used the Shared tab in Samsung Gallery app, which lets users send photos through messaging apps, email or social media without leaving their photo gallery. A Samsung representative told The Verge that the company is "aware of the reports" and is "looking into it".

Samsung is encouraging those experiencing this issue to call the company directly at 1-800-SAMSUNG. Head to the app settings in your Galaxy phone and make sure Samsung Messages can no longer access your storage.

Numerous incidents seem to be affecting phones with T-Mobile, a carrier that recently rolled out updates with their RCS "advanced messaging" service.

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That's because posters to Reddit and the Samsung forums say Samsung Messages is malfunctioning. RCS was meant to update the old short messaging system (SMS) protocol with new features.

For now, it is recommended that users do not update to the latest Samsung Messages app until Samsung fixes the issues.

Samsung is aware of the issue and is now investigating it (and T-Mobile says the issue is on Samsung's end).

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