What Does The Blue Dot Mean On Samsung Text Messages or ContactsSeptember 15, 2023
The blue dot on Samsung Messages or Contacts indicates that the person you are communicating with has a device compatible with RCS (Rich Communication Services). This means you can use the RCS chat messaging feature with that person, allowing you to send and receive messages over the internet instead of using SMS or MMS. The blue dot appears next to the contact of anyone on your phone’s contact list who also has RCS enabled, and blue dot is not mean to me unread message. With RCS, you can enjoy benefits like sending multimedia messages, having no word limit, and better overall communication experience.
Turn Off The Blue Dot On Samsung Text Messages Or Contacts
Turning off RCS (Rich Communication Services) can remove the blue dot from your Samsung text messages or contacts. The blue dot indicates that the person you are communicating with has a device compatible with RCS, allowing for advanced messaging features. By turning off RCS, the blue dot should no longer appear next to your contacts in the Messages app.
Blue Dot Next To Contact Disappeared
The blue dot next to specific contacts may disappear for various reasons. One possibility is that the contact’s device is no longer compatible with RCS (Rich Communication Services) or they have disabled RCS on their device.
Changing to an iPhone also can cause the blue dot next to a contact to disappear. iPhones use iMessage, which is a different messaging platform and do not support RCS. When a contact switches to an iPhone, their device is no longer compatible with RCS, and the blue dot will disappear from your Samsung Contacts
Why Are My Android Messages Light Blue?
On Android devices, light blue messages indicate that the message is being sent via SMS/MMS protocols, while dark blue messages are sent using RCS (Rich Communication Services). The difference in color helps users distinguish between the two types of messages. RCS is a newer messaging protocol that offers advanced features, such as typing indicators and read receipts, compared to traditional SMS/MMS messages.