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  1. amarc78

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    Here is a TWRP flashable zip of the Sprint Visual Voicemail app for use with custom ROM's. Just simply flash it with TWRP recovery. It should work on any custom rom. If anyone finds a ROM it doesn't work with, let me know and I'll try to fix it. Enjoy!

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    That's excellent! Nice job
     
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    I'm using this app on a motorola e4 perry, I am on sprint. I am using your build of the lineage os. (14-1-20180325 UNOFFICIAL.perry)
    I successfully installed the app with TWRP and enabled it in the settings menus.
    When I started it up I got an account verification error: Communication with the Voicemail-to-Text server has timed out. We will continue to verify your Voicemail-to-text account in the background. Voicemail service will not be interrupted while we verify your account status
    When I make test calls, I get a text message saying a call came in, but no message in voicemails inbox. Can you help with this? I would prefer to use the Sprint VM app instead of a third party app.

    Thanks.
     
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    ok, 1st off, You're in an owens thread, not perry.. which is probably why it doesn't work, was built for different device. He may be able to pull a VVM.apk from a perry device but in the future, DO NOT flash stuff meant for another device or risk way more serious problems than an F/C..
     
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    I apologize, didn't mean to offend. I didn't see the plus in the thread title.

    btw, I looked on the forum for the e4, he has a posting there for the same thing. And what da ya know, the link to the vvm app there is exactly the same location as the link to the vvm app in this thread. I think that's really where I got it, and when I had a problem, I ended up here by mistake.
     
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    If your using a build from 3/25 I'm not sure it's mine, but either way, you should update to the 5/25 build. I have had that verification error myself, but have always had everything else working fine. I have no problem getting my messages. Other than making sure you have a data connection, I'm not sure what to tell you at the moment.
    Edit: maybe try wiping the vvm app data and try again.
     
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    No problem and no offense taken. Was just giving serious warnings and food for thought. Enjoy your device but please be careful when flashing and double check before doing anything.
     
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