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2nd February 2014, 06:07 AM   |  #11  
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I used Root Explorer to move it to system/app, change permissions to rw-r--r-- and rebooted. I do not see it in my app drawer.
Edit: also I'm on the latest AOKP nightly.

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Did you try to install again after the reboot? Not sure why not working with the push. Are you using the attached MMS.apk or the one attached in the other post?
2nd February 2014, 06:13 AM   |  #12  
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Yea I tried reinstalling, no luck. I used the apk attached earlier in this thread.

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Yea I tried reinstalling, no luck. I used the apk attached earlier in this thread.

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Very interesting. I can install no issue. Try Installation:
-With root explorer:
-Copy MMS.apk to /system/priv-app
-Set permission to rw-r-r
-Reboot

If not, Try ADB sideloading and bootloader. If none of this works, PM me and I'll try to get a flash zip to see if that works. I read the system/priv-app works. Good luck.
2nd February 2014, 07:52 AM   |  #14  
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Well it installed, but still no change

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Well it installed, but still no change

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Try textra, always a fail safe for me and always works well. If problem still persists, then something may not be right. Do you have background data restricted for any reason?
2nd February 2014, 07:11 PM   |  #16  
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I've been using Chomp SMS for years. It let's you manually enter the APN settings which in the past fixed all MMS sending issues I had when I was on T-Mobile.

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Weird issues with MMS on my side have usually been resolved by going to your APN screen and using factory defaults. Might have gotten an APN tweaked and not working properly.
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Weird issues with MMS on my side have usually been resolved by going to your APN screen and using factory defaults. Might have gotten an APN tweaked and not working properly.

Agreed, the APN settings for some apps may not be right thus throwing off the MMS receive/sending.

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