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31st March 2014, 08:27 PM |#1  
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Found this in the international forum. I take no credit for this. Antt00 came up with it. Confirmed working on NAB K3 V2. Haven't tested on anything else.

Downloads:

http://www.mediafire.com/?ms91rlyl86ddsi8

http://www.mediafire.com/?5gv7jwrw4n07hdc


Instructions:

SYSTEM/APP/SecTelephonyProvider.apk

Rename old SecTelephonyProvider.apk to SecTelephonyProvider.apk.bak in system/app
Paste new SecTelephonyProvider.apk. and set permissions to 0644 (rwrr)


SYSTEM/PRIV-APP/SecMms.apk

Rename old SecMms.apk to SecMms.apk.bak in system/priv-app
Paste new SecMms.apk. and set permissions to 0644 (rwrr)

Restart phone.


IMPORTANT: Back up your phone before trying this. You won't be able to remove easily if you wanna go back. It changes system and data files. The messaging does work and it's kinda cool but mms doesn't work.

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