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Nothing has been restricted as far as apps go. This is on the stock rom, never rooted 4.4.2 KK. I tried adding APN settings manually, but received same results. If this isn't been an known issue with anyone else, I think a factory reset may be in order.
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Has anyone had any problems not receiving sms messages until the device is rebooted? There are times where the phone will function just fine until I restart it and see that text messages are flooding in. This is only happening on the Note 3 and not the Nexus 5 which is also under t-mobile.
Power cycle the device by turning off for 30 seconds and then on again. I hope it will help!!!!!!!!
 
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Has anyone had any problems not receiving sms messages until the device is rebooted? There are times where the phone will function just fine until I restart it and see that text messages are flooding in. This is only happening on the Note 3 and not the Nexus 5 which is also under t-mobile.
If you recently used an iOS device with the same number you have on your Galaxy Note 3, then reset your iMessage via your Apple account. That should do it.

If itís a different issue, then I am left to assume what happened to your phone. I donít even know if you can send a text message just fine or not. But if you can and are using a third-party messaging app, please try disabling it first to see if that would solve the problem. It could be just a little messed up setting.

If, however, you canít send and receive text messages, call your service provider or carrier first and have your SIM card checked.
 
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Factory reset was not required. I was able to correct this by leaving wifi-calling enabled, but setting the wifi-calling preference to cellular preferred. So far so good, been about a week now with no issues.

I know that the SGS5 received an update recently to fix sms/mms issues, so I don't know if the same would ever be pushed to the note 3.
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