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[THEMED][CM11]MMS.APK Stock w/ Speech bubbles, Holo, Emoji, Inverted, Etc.

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Looks like it works fine on latest 20140110 build. ✌😜
 
 
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Excellent
hey men i love Mms_Signed_Bubbles6 job , can u over design with new mms app??? tank you
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Can you make flashable versions? I can't copy or move to system\priv-app, using CM11 file manager and ES File Manager :/ (read only file system error)
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Can you make flashable versions? I can't copy or move to system\priv-app, using CM11 file manager and ES File Manager :/ (read only file system error)

Have you gave permissions to any of the file managers?
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what permissions?

I think I gave permissions to see ROOT folders only
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what permissions?

I think I gave permissions to see ROOT folders only

You have to in options and give root permissions to the file managers. Like that you can copy. delete and doing whatever you want. You are doing something wrong.In ES File Manager for example, you slide from the side and give root permissions.
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