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Old September 27th, 2012, 12:06 AM   #1 (permalink)
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i cant send picture texts after playing with my phone, I installed new roms and stuff.

what are the correct settings and how do I adjust?

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Old September 27th, 2012, 12:38 PM   #2 (permalink)
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go sms has been the solution for some roms. look in important tips and make go the sms client by checking deleted sms app. hope this helps you
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I'm having the same problem, how do i fix this?
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Old October 18th, 2012, 08:13 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Robert white has the right idea. I know that that particular flashable zip fixed my mms issues with my cm10 ROM. Flash it in recovery and whahlah
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I finally fixed it by flashing the BoostMobileMMSFix.zip file and switching from Handsent to the stock messaging app.
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I finally fixed it by flashing the BoostMobileMMSFix.zip file and switching from Handsent to the stock messaging app.

Congrats! Did you just flash the zip file in the root directory of your SD card?
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Congrats! Did you just flash the zip file in the root directory of your SD card?
as long as you can access the file you can flash it. I keep the files I flash in a download folder. having it on the root just makes it quicker to get to when you are in your recovery be it AGAT or CWM etc

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I have the same problem. I downloaded the zip directly into my cell but after downloading I cant open the zip.
Then I downloaded the zip and unzipped it in my laptop, then flashed the unzipped folder to my sd card. How do I install it now?
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I have the same problem. I downloaded the zip directly into my cell but after downloading I cant open the zip.
Then I downloaded the zip and unzipped it in my laptop, then flashed the unzipped folder to my sd card. How do I install it now?

For a flash-able zip you don't unzip it. a flash-able zip file is flashed in CWM or AGAT recovery (which ever you have). Copy the file to your phone, reboot into recovery, and then install zip through the recovery.
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For a flash-able zip you don't unzip it. a flash-able zip file is flashed in CWM or AGAT recovery (which ever you have). Copy the file to your phone, reboot into recovery, and then install zip through the recovery.
Is there another method if you use a one click installer like FL04 which has no recovery? No manual process available?
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Is there another method if you use a one click installer like FL04 which has no recovery? No manual process available?
yes I just used my msl number and typed in the settings to the hidden data menu

[FIX] Working MMS for TW JB Roms
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yes I just used my msl number and typed in the settings to the hidden data menu

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Thanks, might be a stupid question but..does the MSL ever change? or is it unique to the physical phone and not the rom/software on the phone?

Guess I'm gonna call boost to get my MSL, no idea what I'm going to say without sounding like a complete warranty breaker lol
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Thanks, might be a stupid question but..does the MSL ever change? or is it unique to the physical phone and not the rom/software on the phone?

Guess I'm gonna call boost to get my MSL, no idea what I'm going to say without sounding like a complete warranty breaker lol
It will stay the same even if you change the ROM. Use the automated system for tech help choosing options for unable to send texts. the dialer code it gives you to get into the menu to correct it is your MSL. the number I called for that I got right from their website.
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U need a custom recovery to be able to flash zip files.
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