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Old January 14th, 2012, 01:43 PM   #51 (permalink)
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I tried this a couple times with a failed install, are there any other ideas how to get this fm radio?
I don't knwo what you are doing. Two minutes ago I downloaded copy from ... FM Radio Tuner ... using my PC. That was the link in the original message.

Once it is on your PC you can transfer it to your Bionic.

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I don't knwo what you are doing. Two minutes ago I downloaded copy from ... MotoFMRadio.apk ... using my PC. That was the link in the original message.

Once it is on your PC you can transfer it to your Bionic.

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Could explain how to do that?
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From your PC ... click on the link ... tell it to download to your desktop.

Connect the Bionic to USB to Windows 7.
There is a network logo at the top of the Bionic screen.
Pull down the notifications menu.
Select USB Connection.
Select USB Mass Storage.
Select OK.

Look at the Hard Disk devices on Windows 7.
There should be two Bionic related Icons.
If there is only one (for the SD-EXT card) ...
With the Bionic still connected ... power the Bionic Off.
Power the Bionic On.
There should now be two Bionic hard disk devices ... if there aren't
With the Bionic still connected ...
Hold down the Volume Up/Volume Down/Power buttons until the menu appears and then disappears.
This will do a soft reset ... when you are powered back up you should have access to both drives.

On the PC ... copy the file from your PC to either your SD or SD-Ext card and remember the location.

Disconnect your Bionic from your PC. (You will find that neither SD nor SD-Ext can be accessed from the Bionic side when connected.)

Using the Files app, locate the file that you copied over and click on it. The Files app uses the names ...
-- Internal phone storage for SD card
-- SD card for SD-Ext card
It will ask if you want to install it ... click Install.

If you open the App Menu you will see an Icon for FM Radio.

(To use the FM Radio app You must attach a wired headset because it uses the wire for an antenna.)

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Default Dial voicemail without need to input password

When you dial your voicemail, you are then asked to input your password, followed by the # symbol.

In the Eris forum, there used to be instructions for what to do to include your password as part of the initial dial in. In other words, you could hit voicemail and when it asked for your password, it would automatically be dialed. It worked great.

I can't remember the author of the post, but the instructions were to add "PXXXX#" where the XXXX is your password...disregarding the quote symbols, of course.

I've tried this with the Bionic and it doesn't seem to take. The system still keeps asking for the password. I had assumed that the "P" was meant for a pause. The Bionic doesn't give you letter values, or I couldn't find them anyway. It does give you a pause ability, but that doesn't seem to make a difference.

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Look at ... Dialing Extensions ... and use a password in place of the extension.

Each comma adds more pause time.

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When you dial your voicemail, you are then asked to input your password, followed by the # symbol.

In the Eris forum, there used to be instructions for what to do to include your password as part of the initial dial in. In other words, you could hit voicemail and when it asked for your password, it would automatically be dialed. It worked great.

I can't remember the author of the post, but the instructions were to add "PXXXX#" where the XXXX is your password...disregarding the quote symbols, of course.

I've tried this with the Bionic and it doesn't seem to take. The system still keeps asking for the password. I had assumed that the "P" was meant for a pause. The Bionic doesn't give you letter values, or I couldn't find them anyway. It does give you a pause ability, but that doesn't seem to make a difference.

Does anyone have this type of shortcut working?

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I'm using *86,xxxx#1 where xxxx is my password. The #1 part automatically starts playing the first new/unheard message.
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When you dial your voicemail, you are then asked to input your password, followed by the # symbol.

In the Eris forum, there used to be instructions for what to do to include your password as part of the initial dial in. In other words, you could hit voicemail and when it asked for your password, it would automatically be dialed. It worked great.

I can't remember the author of the post, but the instructions were to add "PXXXX#" where the XXXX is your password...disregarding the quote symbols, of course.

I've tried this with the Bionic and it doesn't seem to take. The system still keeps asking for the password. I had assumed that the "P" was meant for a pause. The Bionic doesn't give you letter values, or I couldn't find them anyway. It does give you a pause ability, but that doesn't seem to make a difference.

Does anyone have this type of shortcut working?

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Go to settings-call settings-voicemail settings then after *86 add pause pause your password and then OK. pause is under the *#( menu
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Select the App Menu key.
When any screen is displayed select the Search key.
It throws the error and invokes a a previous app

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Go to Settings | Applications | Manage applications | Google Search
Select Unistall Updates

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Go to settings-call settings-voicemail settings then after *86 add pause pause your password and then OK. pause is under the *#( menu
That works fine, but I've somehow got 2 "voicemails". Under "Voicemail" in Contacts, there's a "Call work" and a "Call mobile". Not sure where the "Call work" came from, but the edit above can only be performed on the "Call work" number -- Verizon does not allow you to edit its built-in voicemail contact number (which I guess is "Voicemail"), and it's not obvious that I can change the target of the home page icon to the "work" voicemail. When I go to "Set default voicemail" all that's available is "Voicemail", and "Visual Voice Mail". "Work" doesn't appear.
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Default Icon to call VoiceMail with Password

To create an icon on your homepage to call VoiceMail / pass the password / signal "1" to check for new voicemails ...

Create an entry like #VM in your contacts and give it a number like *86,1234#1 where 1234 is the password

On the homepage long press until a menu appears
Select Shortcuts
Select Direct dial
Select #VM

You now have an icon on your homepage that will call voicemail, enter your password, and check for new voicemails.

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Default 5.9.901 leaked OTA Install

If you just can't wait for the release of production 5.9.901 (or 5.9.902) you could choose to install the 5.9.901 leaked OTA. Before you do ... consider the implications ...

-- There are no guarantees.
-- 5.9.901 leaked OTA is NOT SUPPORTED by Verizon or Motorola.
-- There may be extra work to get back on the production path after you have installed 5.9.901 leaked OTA.
-- It may delay your installation of production 5.9.901 (or 5.9.902) after they are released.
-- Production 5.9.901 (or 5.9.902) may not be pushed to you until you revert back to 5.5.893.

If you still want to do it ... thanks to ... SirEagle for the instructions at ... Verizon's offer to fix my Bionic problems.

I haven't installed either and take no responsibility for your actions.

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I learned about this in another Android forum and tried it out.

Verizon apparently sets the default service option to EVRC and you can set it to EVRC-B to get better coverage. Some people think it increases battery drain. I have seen nothing definitive about that opinion.
Would this be better coverage on the 3G or 4G network. I'm a little hesitant about messing with stuff, but after looking at Verizon's 3/4G coverage area, I see I am on the line of 3 to 4G at my home. Phone runs in 3G, so if this could ump me up to the 4 at home, I'd do it.

(Or I suppose I could just stop whining and do it and see what happens, huh? lol)
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Would this be better coverage on the 3G or 4G network. I'm a little hesitant about messing with stuff, but after looking at Verizon's 3/4G coverage area, I see I am on the line of 3 to 4G at my home. Phone runs in 3G, so if this could ump me up to the 4 at home, I'd do it. (Or I suppose I could just stop whining and do it and see what happens, huh? lol)
It is something you can experiment with. See the thread ... 3 Known Issues Verizon and Motorola gave no time frame on fixing ... for some more information.

The down side is that if it helps it is reset when you power off/power on and you have to set it again.

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Default Flash 5.9.902 from Recovery

(Disclaimer - perform this process at your own risk - you assume total responsibility)

PowerBomb and niel154 did this to flash the 5.9.902 update from recovery as the only way to get it installed.

Copy the 5.9.902 update file to the SD-Ext card (root of the SD-Ext card is the easiest)
Power off Bionic

Hold down Volume Up/Volume Down/Power at the same time until a menu appears
Press Volume Down once to highlight Recovery
Press Volume Up to select

When the Android appears
Press Volume Up/Volume Down at the same time

When the list appears
Press Volume Down once to highlight apply update from sdcard
Press Power to select

When the SD-Ext directory structure appears
Press Volume Down to highlight zip file or folder contain the zip file
Repeat this process until zip file is finally highlighted
Press Power to start installation

niel154 and Somniferum report flashing this way with no negative impact on the user data stored on their SD or SD-Ext cards.

(Disclaimer - perform this process at your own risk - you assume total responsibility)

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Default Set 4G-only without Voice Service

For testing you can force the Bionic into 4G-only but you will no longer have voice service.

Go to Phone | Dialer
Enter ##program (##7764726)
Select send
Enter 000000 (six zeros)
Select Verify
Select 06 Test mode"
Select Next at the bottom twice
In Network Mode select LTE only
Select Home
When you return to the home screen, it may cause your phone to reboot.

You can exit this mode by ...
Go to Menu | Settings | Wireless & network settings | Mobile networks | Network mode
Select either value

I am in a 3G-Only area. This technique was verified by Telstar_2112 (thank you).

The other options in the Hidden Menu can be very dangerous. Don't change any.

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Connected the HDMI cable
In the Bionic Notifications area ...
Select Connected to HDMI cable
Select Remember my selection
Select Mirror on Display

Each time you make the HDMI connection in the future it will connect to the display.

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I haven't rooted, so I have to find alternative solutions. Battery Monitor Widget monitors your battery and gives accurate battery readings (1% as opposed to the Bionic's 10% increments). No root needed. Has a nice variety of notification icons and widget options to choose from.
Also, there is an app called 'Battery Left' which has beautiful, glossy, widgets and once you calibrate the widget to your battery it is very accurate and reads in 1% increments
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Default Add E-mail Addresses to Bionic

As an example ... set an antry called AAA with e-mail of aaa@somewhere.com

In Dialer app ...
Select Menu | Add Contact
First name type AAA
Email - Home type aaa@somewhere.com
Select Save

In Email app
Select Menu | Compose | New Gmail message
Type AAAAAA
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From your PC ... click on the link ... tell it to download to your desktop.

Connect the Bionic to USB to Windows 7.
There is a network logo at the top of the Bionic screen.
Pull down the notifications menu.
Select USB Connection.
Select USB Mass Storage.
Select OK.

Look at the Hard Disk devices on Windows 7.
There should be two Bionic related Icons.
If there is only one (for the SD-EXT card) ...
With the Bionic still connected ... power the Bionic Off.
Power the Bionic On.
There should now be two Bionic hard disk devices ... if there aren't
With the Bionic still connected ...
Hold down the Volume Up/Volume Down/Power buttons until the menu appears and then disappears.
This will do a soft reset ... when you are powered back up you should have access to both drives.

On the PC ... copy the file from your PC to either your SD or SD-Ext card and remember the location.

Disconnect your Bionic from your PC. (You will find that neither SD nor SD-Ext can be accessed from the Bionic side when connected.)

Using the Files app, locate the file that you copied over and click on it. The Files app uses the names ...
-- Internal phone storage for SD card
-- SD card for SD-Ext card
It will ask if you want to install it ... click Install.

If you open the App Menu you will see an Icon for FM Radio.

(To use the FM Radio app You must attach a wired headset because it uses the wire for an antenna.)

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everything went perfect untill the end when i look in my app drawer for the fm radio app. i dont see it. any ideas?
EDIT:
figured it out. The link you provided downloads a .zip file. I tried another download site and it gave me a .apk file and it works.
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everything went perfect untill the end when i look in my app drawer for the fm radio app. i dont see it. any ideas?
EDIT:
figured it out. The link you provided downloads a .zip file. I tried another download site and it gave me a .apk file and it works.
I revised the original message with an updated link that points to the .apk file.

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When I connect my phone to my computer via USB, I can see all my pictures in the DCIM/Camera folder. the first lot look ok, but after a certain date, they are showing as "not valid image" even though they are .jpg.
When viewed on the phone, they are fine.

PLEASE help!!! I have a new baby and this is ALL the pics of him from the last few months.

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I would immediately copy them to the PC if it was me. Then open them with a good application on the PC (I use Paint Shop Pro) and see what it tells you.

If you mail me one of the images I would be happy to look at it.

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Default YAHM (Yet Another Hidden Menu)

There is another Bionic hidden menu ...

Select Phone icon
Select Dialer
Enter *#*#4636#*#*
Proceed at your own risk (see below).

Thanks to D-U-R-X for finding this.

The term we always used was "shoot yourself in the foot". You can easily do that by changing the information in ANY of the hidden menus. One example was reported in ... Help! Lost SMSC Using "Phone Info" in AnyCut - Android Forums at AndroidCentral.com ... thanks to FulltimeTravler for finding it.

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A cautionary tale from somebody who apparently was playing in that menu:
Help! Lost SMSC Using "Phone Info" in AnyCut - Android Forums at AndroidCentral.com
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Facebook uses Social Location running in the background to determine where you are located. Social Location uses GPS and is known to be a VERY heavy battery consumer.

You apparently can not turn this off in Facebook ...

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Install the Moto Drivers and RadioComm on your PC from Admin mode.

1. Ensure USB is connected as PC Tools mode (not Mass Storage)
2. In Radiocomm go to MA->CDMA1X->QSC60x5
3. After it comes up, switch to FTM Common1 tab and wait for the phone to enumerate purple.
4. On the upper right side in the NVAccess, scroll to NV item 1877 NV_RF_BC_CONFIG_I
5. Read the value from the device
6. Replace the first 8 bytes (16 digits) with: 8703E80400000200
7. Write the data to the device and powercycle.
This will enable GSM/UMTS bands. You will need to reenter Google passwords. If you need to bypass the activation screen push the four corners of the activation screen clockwise from upper left and wait for it to error out.
8. Dial *#*#info#*#* or download the Phone Info app from market
9. Select Phone information
10 Change the preferred network type to WCDMA
11 Exit and wait for signal

You can now freely switch between the VZW 4G sim and another sim by powering down, changing sim cards and doing steps 8-11 appropriately for the sim you inserted. As yet untested is what MS Exchange does when you swap telephone numbers. Some profiles do a phone wipe so be careful.

If you have problems and want to go back to stock: to disable GSM/UMTS, perform the same 7 steps, but replace the 8-byte data with: 0700000000000000 and change the network type to GSM/CDMA auto prl

Does not play very nice on ICS but works on 902/904. Sim cards that are locked to a specific phone won't work but pay as you go type cards should work. Confirmed on many foreign/international cards, Straight Talk and some T mobile cards. T mobile's 3G/4G bands are not on a compatible band with the Qualcomm/Vzw Gobi chip so only 2G Edge is available on USA T-mobile. If you are rooted you can flash a NVM file from Bionicbootstrap instead of steps 1-7.
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I believe that this is in reference to the official Facebook Android app in the Play Store, rather than the Facebook syncing account in settings->accounts.

I will say that I turned off this setting, but it doesn't prevent Facebook from getting location when the app is brought to the foreground. Whenever you start the app, you will definitely see the location status icon flashing in the status bar at the top of the phone, and there does not seem to be a way to turn this off. I wish that there was.
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I turned off this setting, but it doesn't prevent Facebook from getting location when the app is brought to the foreground. Whenever you start the app, you will definitely see the location status icon flashing in the status bar at the top of the phone, and there does not seem to be a way to turn this off. I wish that there was.
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There is a problem sometimes with the Gallery app where it will show the pictures on the SD card but not the SD-Ext card (or visa versa).

The solution is to power off the Bionic and power it back on again. Gallery magically heals itself.

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Yes, make it a world phone.
Install the Moto Drivers and RadioComm on your PC from Admin mode.

1. Ensure USB is connected as PC Tools mode (not Mass Storage)
2. In Radiocomm go to MA->CDMA1X->QSC60x5
3. After it comes up, switch to FTM Common1 tab and wait for the phone to enumerate purple.
4. On the upper right side in the NVAccess, scroll to NV item 1877 NV_RF_BC_CONFIG_I
5. Read the value from the device
6. Replace the first 8 bytes (16 digits) with: 8703E80400000200
7. Write the data to the device and powercycle.
This will enable GSM/UMTS bands. You will need to reenter Google passwords. If you need to bypass the activation screen push the four corners of the activation screen clockwise from upper left and wait for it to error out.
8. Dial *#*#info#*#* or download the Phone Info app from market
9. Select Phone information
10 Change the preferred network type to WCDMA
11 Exit and wait for signal

You can now freely switch between the VZW 4G sim and another sim by powering down, changing sim cards and doing steps 8-11 appropriately for the sim you inserted. As yet untested is what MS Exchange does when you swap telephone numbers. Some profiles do a phone wipe so be careful.

If you have problems and want to go back to stock: to disable GSM/UMTS, perform the same 7 steps, but replace the 8-byte data with: 0700000000000000 and change the network type to GSM/CDMA auto prl

Does not play very nice on ICS but works on 902/904. Sim cards that are locked to a specific phone won't work but pay as you go type cards should work. Confirmed on many foreign/international cards, Straight Talk and some T mobile cards. T mobile's 3G/4G bands are not on a compatible band with the Qualcomm/Vzw Gobi chip so only 2G Edge is available on USA T-mobile. If you are rooted you can flash a NVM file from Bionicbootstrap instead of steps 1-7.
If you do this can you insert a tmobile sim card loaded with 100 minutes and use that?
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I don't have one like that which you are asking me to try. However, most USA T-mobile based cards do not seem to work based on others who have tried. It is very hit and miss. AT&T based cards like Straight Talk which run on HSPA work well. I suspect it is because of T-mobile's AWS band deployment that those sim cards favor those bands. Maybe only older Tmobile Edge cards work. It's not really known. Overseas T-mobile sim cards /networks that utilize HSPA seem to work fine from my experience. In any case, if you got a US T-mob card to work it would only provide Edge service.
Here is my phone roaming in the USA on AT&T with a uk (tmobile I think) sim card.
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To reset APN on the Bionic for Verizon ... (like when it is nailed by a software bug in an app) ...

Dial ##7764726
Password 000000
Select Verify
Select 13 APN Controls
Select APN Config Edit

Select First Verizon IMS
Apn: VZWIMS
Set MMSC: <Not set>
Set MCC: 310
Set MNC: 004
Set APN type: ims

Select First Verizon Internet
Apn: VZWINTERNET
Set MMSC :http://mms.vtext.com/servlets/mms
Set MCC: 310
Set MNC: 004
Set APN type: default,mms,dun

Select Second Verizon IMS
Apn: VZWIMS
Set MMSC: <Not set>
Set MCC: 311
Set MNC: 480
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Select Second Verizon Internet
Apn: VZWINTERNET
Set MMSC : http://mms.vtext.com/servlets/mms
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I don't have one like that which you are asking me to try. However, most USA T-mobile based cards do not seem to work based on others who have tried. It is very hit and miss. AT&T based cards like Straight Talk which run on HSPA work well. I suspect it is because of T-mobile's AWS band deployment that those sim cards favor those bands. Maybe only older Tmobile Edge cards work. It's not really known. Overseas T-mobile sim cards /networks that utilize HSPA seem to work fine from my experience. In any case, if you got a US T-mob card to work it would only provide Edge service.
Here is my phone roaming in the USA on AT&T with a uk (tmobile I think) sim card.
Thanks, my tmobile card is like really old though, like 3 years old.
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I learned about this in another Android forum and tried it out.

Verizon apparently sets the default service option to EVRC and you can set it to EVRC-B to get better coverage. Some people think it increases battery drain. I have seen nothing definitive about that opinion.

Use the "hidden menu" to set it ... in Gingerbread (on the Bionic) ...
Select Phone
Select Dialer
Type in ##program and hit the connect key
When the display comes up type in 000000 and hit the Verify key
When the menu comes up select 06 Test Mode
When the Test section comes up hit the Next button at the bottom of the screen twice
Select the Service option at the top of the screen (it currently says EVRC)
Choose the EVRC-B option
Select Home button
You now have EVRC-B set until the next time you power off/power on. (Apparently earlier versions of Android allowed you to set it once and it was retained. Gingerbread resets it to the EVRC.)

I have not changed any other options on any of these "hidden menu" screens and do not know what impact changing any of them would have.

This single option seems to be "a keeper". I don't know what this option does to anyone's phone.
All I can tell you is that it is how I am currently running.

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Just an FYI...

I tried this and it worked good, except that it broke my universal inbox notification widget. I got email but the widget no longer worked. I reverted and it's now working again.
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To get the OTA pushed to you automatically go to ...

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Make sure Sync over Wi-Fi only is Off
Then Power Off
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This was a correction when a Gingerbread OTA was being pushed out and some people were automatically getting it and some people were not. It would not work on a WiFi-only configuration.

The OTA could be requested from the Verizon website and the same code would be downloaded.

The ICS OTA has not been released so I don't known the answer to your question. My assumption is that it won't work automatically on a WiFi-only configuration either.

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I didn't see this explained anywhere else, but thought it would be helpful.

In GB, I had created a homescreen voicemail icon with my passcode and "new messages" button. Here's how I did it on ICS.

The default icon is a preset contact and cannot be customized. Not only can you customize one with your passcode, you can also add text to the icon.

1. Edit your voicemail contact. Add a new phone number that is *86,[your passcode]#1 and the '#1' is optional. This takes you immediately to new messages.

2. Then click in the category field just to the right of the number and scroll down to Custom. Add a label name. I used VZW as I want to distinguish this direct dial voicemail from my home voicemail. Click Save at top.

3. Now add a Direct Dial widget to your home screen, and it will pop up your contacts for you select one. Select the new voicemail number with custom category you just created.

The icon will be called Voicemail and have the custom label you added embedded on it!
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If you are going to use a third-party SMS app, just go into stock messaging and turn off notifications. Do not disable the stock app.

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With thanks to doogald for a clarificaiton.

You can add your own .mp3 files to ICS for use as ringtones or notifications.

Create a folder in your SD-Ext card with the name ...
ringtones
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/media/sound/ringtones
... and copy your .mp3 file there. It will then show up as an option in the ringtones sound dropdown.

Create a folder in your SD-Ext card with the name ...
notifications
... perhaps in the root ...
/media/sound/notifications
... and copy your .mp3 file there. It will then show up as an option in the notifications sound dropdown.

The .mp3 that I use for notifications is attached.

(If you have duplicate folders named ringtones or notifications with copies of the same .mp3 files they will show up as duplicate entries in the dropdown lists.)

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With ICS you no longer need a third-party app to take a screenshot simply hold down ... Power/Volume Down until it is taken. There will be a loud click.


To remove the loud click ...
  • You must allow installation or non-market apps ... System settings | Security & Screen Lock | Unknown source ... select Allow installation of non-Market apps
  • Download Enforced Stream Silencer (attached below)
  • Run Enforced Stream Silencer
  • Check the option Disable STREAM_SYSTEM_ENFORCED
I installed it and it seems to work. Root-ing is not required. I do not know who wrote the app.

There are no guarantees ... use it at your own risk. If you are not comforatable with any part of this installation ... I recommend that you don't do it.

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