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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by itsjperez, Jun 16, 2011.

  1. itsjperez

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    I'm completely new to this site so correct me if this isn't where it's supposed to be. Okay, so I got a brand new Optimus M 2.2.1 cause I bricked the first one using Rom Manager. Worst mistake -__- Got a new one from my warranty. I rooted it again, did research and finally got a custom recovery. I first flashed my phone using the Ginger-like rom and thought about looking for something else so I found and flashed CM7 mod for our phone, along with the MMS patch. I didn't really like it cause it was ugly, so I flashed my Ginger-like rom back, stayed with it and now whenever I try to send an MMS it either won't send at all and tell me the "message expired" or it will take FORever and send hella late. I sometimes have to even send a new MMS to a new number for the other one to send. Crazy, right? I think so, too. I wanna say that MMS patch ****ed me, buuut I'm not completely sure. Brand new phone, full bars, never had this problem before. Can someone let me know how to fix this, please? Thanks.
     

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    The patch is only for the ROM. Once you changed ROMs, the patch was gone.

    - Did you try sending them with the stock ROM before you dug into your phone again?
    - Did you remember to wipe all the caches when you changed ROMs?
    - Tried restoring your first NAND backup and sending them?
     
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    Oh, got it. I didn't try sending anything when I first got it; I researched and flashed all my stuff the same day I got that new phone. & I wiped all my caches in my recovery before I flashed. Hmm.. I took my NAND files out and threw 'em inside a backup folder in my computer. I'll have to put it back and try to flash it back. Does it have to be in a .zip format for me to flash it?
     
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