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[APP] ICS/JB AOSP Email Client for Motorola RAZR HD.

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15th January 2013, 12:54 PM   |  #21  
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Installed last night for my awesome other. She is very please and so am I. Thanks.
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After installation of the 2 files, how to setup an exchange account on my XT925 ?
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Re: [APP] ICS/JB AOSP Email Client for Motorola RAZR HD.
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I assume we could just use root explorer to do this as well right?

I simply took the new JB email apk and pasted it into the system/app folder with Root Explorer after renaming the motemail.apk file. Worked like a charm. I don't use exchange email so I didn't worry about that part.

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Is there any aesthetic differences between this email client vs the stock application?
Anyone have a screenshot of the AOSP one?

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Funny.. I just switched to a GS3 for various reasons and was thinking I wish I could get back the Motorola Email app simply because of what I thought to be an excellent layout. Great threading, and the ability to swipe away emails is a god send if you are getting 100 emails a day.

So with that being said. Any chance you saved the original Motorola APK's and I could try and put them on my GS3?


And for the person above asking about what is different. Aesthetically not too much, just a slightly different color scheme as far as I remember. But loses all the swiping abilities.
7th February 2013, 07:08 PM   |  #26  
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+1 I would also like to have the APK...thanks in advance


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Funny.. I just switched to a GS3 for various reasons and was thinking I wish I could get back the Motorola Email app simply because of what I thought to be an excellent layout. Great threading, and the ability to swipe away emails is a god send if you are getting 100 emails a day.

So with that being said. Any chance you saved the original Motorola APK's and I could try and put them on my GS3?


And for the person above asking about what is different. Aesthetically not too much, just a slightly different color scheme as far as I remember. But loses all the swiping abilities.

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Motoemail apk
i saw a few requests for this just wanted to share. not an attempt to hijack the thread. MotoEmail.zip

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