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Turn Off Android Flash messages

Hi all today in this article we will show you how to disable flash messaging in Android. Everyone has moved on to instant messaging apps like WhatsApp, and the use of normal text messaging has dropped to almost zero. With the exception of OTPs and transactional messages, people have stopped using traditional SMS. Since people don’t check their SMS inbox, advertisers have started sending annoying flash messages to promote offers. So, without further delay, let’s get started.

Everyone switched to instant text messaging apps like WhatsApp and regular texting usage dropped to almost zero. With the exception of OTPs and transactional messaging, people have stopped using traditional SMS. Since people don’t check their SMS inboxes, advertisers have started sending annoying flash messages to promote offers. Flash SMS is definitely annoying and it blocks the entire screen with a popup and requires user interaction to close it. Fortunately, there is an easy solution to permanently stop Flash messages on any Android device.

Most flash messages come from your network service provider and are enabled by default. Because the disable option is hidden deep in the settings, very few people notice disabling flash messages. Unlike regular notifications, which appear at the top and close automatically, flash messages appear in the center of the screen as a popup window with the option to accept or cancel. In most cases, this is a service activation message, and if you accidentally accept it, money will surely be taken from your network credit.

To get rid of annoying pop-ups and accidental service activations, you need to disable flash messages on your Android device. The process is very simple, but the name of the service is different for each network provider. Don’t worry, we summarized the service names of all popular networks that you need to disable to stop flash messages on Android phones and tablets. Before proceeding, we recommend you to update android device

How to disable Flash messages on Android

Disable flash message popups on Airtel

  • Open the app drawer and launch the app called Sim Toolkit or Airtel Services on your phone.
  • Tap on Airtel now!.
  • Then tap Start/Stop and click Stop.
  • Click OK to confirm.

Alternatively, you can text STOP NOW to 58234 to stop SIM Toolkit popups on your Airtel number.

Disable flash message popups in Reliance Jio

Disabling flash message popups on Jio can be tricky. To start with, you can try uninstalling the My Jio app from your phone (go to Settings > Apps > My Jio > Uninstall). If the problem persists, call customer support and ask them to disable the service from your end.

Disable flash message popups on Vodafone Idea

For Vodafone users:

  • Open the SIM Toolkit app on your phone.
  • Select FLASH!.
  • Click Activation.
  • Now, tap on Disable and press OK.

Alternatively, you can disable flash messages by sending SMS CAN FLASH to 199 (Postpaid) or CAN FLASH to 144 (Prepaid).

For idea users:

  • Open the Idea Power app on your phone.
  • Select Flash of ideas.
  • Click Activation.
  • Tap Deactivate and tap OK.

Alternatively, you can send a NO INFORMATION SMS to 1925, or you can dial *121*46# to stop flash messages on your Idea number.

Disable flash message popups in BSNL

  • Open the BSNL Mobile app on your phone.
  • Click on BSNL Buzz Service.
  • Then click Activation.
  • Select Disable and touch OK to disable flash SMS on your BSNL SIM card.

Final Words

We hope you enjoyed our article on how to disable Flash messages on Android. As you can see, there are subtle differences in the way you can disable Flash messages on Android phones depending on the carrier you use. So if you like our article, please share it with others.

James Hogan
James Hogan
James Hogan is a senior staff writer at Bollyinside, where he has been covering various topics, including laptops, gaming gear, keyboards, storage, and more. During that period, they evaluated hundreds of laptops and thousands of accessories and built a collection of entirely too many mechanical keyboards for their own use.

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