We all run into the same problem at Christmas time. You want to send everybody on your contact list a festive message, but you really do not want to be forced to go through every single person one by one – it would end up taking you the best part of an hour or more just to send a fun and festive missive! There must surely be a way to skip all of that rigmarole and send one message to a long list of contacts right? Well, the good news is that with Coolmuster Android Assistant you can make sending messages to multiple friends and family members as easy as sticking a Christmas turkey in the oven.
If you want to send a single message to a number of contacts, the easiest option is to do it through your computer instead of directly through the mobile device by using a reliable texting app for your Android phone. With Coolmuster Android Assistant, you can do this in minutes and it will only take three simple steps. Why not download this handy third party app today and make tricky Christmas messages a thing of the past? This third party app can be downloaded and installed in just a few minutes and it has a variety of different functions. It will not only show you how to send Christmas messages to a group of friends, it will also help you to back up important mobile data files and organize all of your apps into one manageable interface.
This three step guide will help you learn how to send Christmas messages to a group of friends in a way which is both fun and faster than the usual method.
Step One: Connect your phone to a personal computer
Once you have downloaded and installed Coolmuster Android Assistant, connect your Android phone to the computer using a USB cable. The program should launch itself upon installation, but if it does not, simply click the desktop icon and an interface window will appear. You can use this app with all Android models, including HTC, Google, Motorola, Samsung, Sony Ericsson, Huawei and so on.
But if the Android phone can't be detected by the program, you may need to enable the USB debugging on your phone beforehand.
Follow the below instruction to enable USB debugging:
1) For Android 2.3 or earlier: Enter "Settings" < Click "Applications" < Click "Development" < Check "USB debugging".
2) For Android 3.0 to 4.1: Enter "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check "USB debugging".
3) For Android 4.2 or newer: Enter "Settings" < Click "About Phone" < Tap "Build number" for several times until getting a note "You are under developer mode" < Back to "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check "USB debugging".
When the USB debugging is enabled, click "Allow" on your phone to allow the program super user authorization when an Superuser Request pops up.
Step Two: Choose your list of message recipients
Now, navigate to the left sidebar where all of the files on your phone will be listed. You only have to hit the SMS folder to enter the message interface. To send a Christmas message, or any other message, select the NEW function to bring up the text box. There should be a space for you to add all of the numbers of the intended recipients (you will find this space directly above the text window).
Step Three: Complete your message and hit the SEND button
The next stage is to type out your Christmas message and then hit the SEND button as you would if you were sending a message to a single recipient. At this point, Coolmuster Android Assistant will take a little bit of time (a minute or two) to direct the SMS message back through your mobile device. This can feel like an unusual way to send messages at first, so it might take a couple of tries before you are completely comfortable with the new system.
Why should I use Coolmuster Android Assistant?
Once you have got the hang of it though, you will be sending group messages in no time. There is no need to restrict the use of this handy third party app to festive missives either, because it is a nifty way to send messages to any number of contacts, at any time, for any reason that you choose. It is easy to use, simple to navigate, and will never result in the loss of data.