How to delete text messages on your Honor 6A

How to delete text messages on your Honor 6A

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How to delete text messages on your Honor 6A?

There are a lot of reasons as to why you want to delete text messages from your Honor 6A. Whether it is because your phone storage is full, because you want to protect your privacy or because you do not want to keep any memory of someone, deleting your text messages can be essential. Here, we will explain to you how to delete a single text message on your Honor 6A, then how to delete an entire conversation of text messages, and eventually how to use a third party application to delete older text messages while keeping the most recent ones.

However, we need to warn you : deleting text messages is an irreversible action.

If you do not want to lose some texts, save them or screenshot them. If you have any insecurities, please go to a professional or a friend who knows about technologies.

Delete a single text message

This is one of the simplest procedures.

How to delete text messages on your Honor 6A

To delete a single text message from your Honor 6A, all you have to do is tap on the “Messages” application and open the conversation in which you want to delete a text message.

Find the text itself, and press your finger on it until a message box appears.

How to delete text messages on your Honor 6A

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Select “Delete”. You then have a confirmation box that opened asking you if you really want to delete that text.

Tap on “delete” again.

Your text message is now deleted !

You can also do it differently by tapping on the “Messages” application and open the conversation in which you want to delete a text message.

There, just tap on the trash icon and select the message you want to delete.

You will know it is selected by a check in the selection box. At last, all you have to do is tap on “Done”.

Delete an entire conversation of text messages

If you want to delete an entire conversation of text messages on your Honor 6A, here are the instructions:

On Android

First, you need to open the “Messages” app.

Then press the desired conversation until a selection box appears on it’s left side and it is checked.

Select as many conversations as you want to delete, and simply tap on the trash icon.

You can also do it differently by tapping on the “Messages” application and open the conversation in which you want to delete a text message.

There, just tap on the trash icon and select the box at the top where “O selected” is written.

You will see all the texts are selected by a check in all the selection box. At last, all you have to do is tap on “Done”.

On iPhone

On an iPhone it is a bit different.

You first need to go in your “Messages” application.

Then slide the desired conversation from right to left and select “delete”. To delete multiple conversations, tap “edit”. Selection bubbles appear.

Select the messages you wish to delete.

You will know it’s done when you see the selection bubbles turns blue.

Finally, tap “delete”.

Delete with a third party application to delete older text messages

Sometimes, you just want to delete old text messages from your Honor 6A, without losing the most recent ones.

It is a possible task, by using third party applications.

They allow you to set a date limit of deletion, so you only delete text messages from before that set time.

Some also allow you to choose contacts for which you never want to delete texts.

Finally, they can help you delete conversations in one single tap instead of doing the whole procedure yourself. Warning ! Some apps are free, but others are charged.

Be careful about what you download.

Also, read users reviews to help you choose an app that best suits you.

To conclude

We just explained to you how to delete text messages from your Honor 6A. As simple as the action is, we remind you it is irreversible.

Be careful about the conversations and text messages you delete from your Honor 6A. If you need help, please go to a professional or a friend who knows about technologies.