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[mod]stock mms tweak

17th August 2014, 06:44 AM   |  #1  
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This is a rough post at the moment.

The goal of this is too enable some cool and disable some annoying things on the stock LG G3.

Things needed to do this

-Root
-file manager
-IQ above 70

Version 1.0

-Disables the CMAS except for Amber Alerts because that is actually important.
-Enable delivery and read reports. *need to test *

Upcoming things

-mms compression (I argue the network limit theory)
-other stuff

*Compatability*
I own and used a D850 apk. The app may or may not work for everyone. It does have all the variants it seems though.


*Liability*

I am not responsible for breaking anything do with your phone by any said person who makes any attempt to install/replace the stock app with this app.

*Installation*
-File location is /system/priv-app/LGMessages.apk

First copy the original app and Odex file somewhere safe and delete the stock app called LG messages.apk and the corresponding .Odex file.

Secondly copy the modified app to your internal storage or SD card. The copy it to your priv-app folder.

*SET PERMISSIONS TO 644 OR RW-R-R*

Lastly reboot and enjoy
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21st August 2014, 05:28 PM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by southern87

This is a rough post at the moment.

The goal of this is too enable some cool and disable some annoying things on the stock LG G3.

Things needed to do this

-Root
-file manager
-IQ above 70

Version 1.0

-Disables the CMAS except for Amber Alerts because that is actually important.
-Enable delivery and read reports. *need to test *

Upcoming things

-mms compression (I argue the network limit theory)
-other stuff

*Compatability*
I own and used a D850 apk. The app may or may not work for everyone. It does have all the variants it seems though.


*Liability*

I am not responsible for breaking anything do with your phone by any said person who makes any attempt to install/replace the stock app with this app.

*Installation*
-File location is /system/priv-app/LGMessages.apk

First copy the original app and Odex file somewhere safe and delete the stock app called LG messages.apk and the corresponding .Odex file.

Secondly copy the modified app to your internal storage or SD card. The copy it to your priv-app folder.

*SET PERMISSIONS TO 644 OR RW-R-R*

Lastly reboot and enjoy


Here's an fully customizable MMS.APK you can use that works with the LG G3 I have it installed in System/App with no errors just make sure you enable it as default.
Install:
You need to use an explorer app to rename the LGUSMms.apk and odex files to LGUSMms.apk.bak and the same to the odex one. The delivery reports and read reports work. I hope you like this or whoever tries it. Happy texting!!!

https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=23578570567715779
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