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OP Noam Chomsky

29th April 2014, 12:47 PM   |  #1  
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Hi everyone,

I just downgraded from cyanogenmod 11 to 10.2.1 - and I found everything works perfectly except for sending sms. E-mails, phone calls - even receiving sms is fine. I try to send an sms and it just gives me a notice saying 'message not sent'. If i look for more details it says 'error -1'.

I've done some googling and found somewhere on another forum that someone else said this was a problem with voice plus in non google voice countries. He didn't say how to fix it though. I've tried uninstalling voice plus, but it didn't seem to work.

I'm based in the UK using three mobile. Everything works fine on cyanogenmod 11 and touchwiz - I downgraded because of the stability issues in the latest cyanogenmod snapshot. Tried Slimrom but it wouldn't load on first boot for some reason.

If anyone could tell me his to get this working in be very grateful.

Thanks a lot.
29th April 2014, 06:15 PM   |  #2  
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Hi everyone,

I just downgraded from cyanogenmod 11 to 10.2.1 - and I found everything works perfectly except for sending sms. E-mails, phone calls - even receiving sms is fine. I try to send an sms and it just gives me a notice saying 'message not sent'. If i look for more details it says 'error -1'.

I've done some googling and found somewhere on another forum that someone else said this was a problem with voice plus in non google voice countries. He didn't say how to fix it though. I've tried uninstalling voice plus, but it didn't seem to work.

I'm based in the UK using three mobile. Everything works fine on cyanogenmod 11 and touchwiz - I downgraded because of the stability issues in the latest cyanogenmod snapshot. Tried Slimrom but it wouldn't load on first boot for some reason.

If anyone could tell me his to get this working in be very grateful.

Thanks a lot.

You may want to post this in the international S3 forums as you've posted this in the USA variant of the VZW S3

http://forum.xda-developers.com/galaxy-s3

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29th April 2014, 11:05 PM   |  #3  
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You may want to post this in the international S3 forums as you've posted this in the USA variant of the VZW S3

http://forum.xda-developers.com/galaxy-s3

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Thanks Shapes - this is a US Verizon S3, I'm just using it in the UK. That's never been a problem until now. I tried the latest stable AOKP, (also JellyBean) and it had exactly the same problem. So I think it's pretty safe to say this is an AOSP JellyBean issue. Does anyone know of a stable KitKat rom for the D2VZW?

I've reinstalled the CM11 M3 snapshot for now, but would love something a bit more reliable. I might check out Synergy Rom, as I think that's based off TouchWiz rather than AOSP - just a bit reluctant to go back to Touchwiz for some reason.
29th April 2014, 11:35 PM   |  #4  
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Thanks Shapes - this is a US Verizon S3, I'm just using it in the UK. That's never been a problem until now. I tried the latest stable AOKP, (also JellyBean) and it had exactly the same problem. So I think it's pretty safe to say this is an AOSP JellyBean issue. Does anyone know of a stable KitKat rom for the D2VZW?

I've reinstalled the CM11 M3 snapshot for now, but would love something a bit more reliable. I might check out Synergy Rom, as I think that's based off TouchWiz rather than AOSP - just a bit reluctant to go back to Touchwiz for some reason.

Oh ok. Wasn't sure about that. As far as stable I'd say synergy is good, along with beanstalk to name a few

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30th April 2014, 01:17 PM   |  #5  
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Oh ok. Wasn't sure about that. As far as stable I'd say synergy is good, along with beanstalk to name a few

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Cool thanks - I'll try installing it tomorrow. Feel like I've flashed my phone to death in the last couple of days. Seeing as the S5 is now out, how likely is it that development on the S3 Cyanogen roms will continue, do you think?
30th April 2014, 01:24 PM   |  #6  
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Or any S3 rom, for that matter. This phone is probably looking like a pretty old toy by now.
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Cool thanks - I'll try installing it tomorrow. Feel like I've flashed my phone to death in the last couple of days. Seeing as the S5 is now out, how likely is it that development on the S3 Cyanogen roms will continue, do you think?

It will continue for now. Beyond 4.4.2 kk I don't think there will be much more for it however, it's a solid phone though and it will live on.

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It will continue for now. Beyond 4.4.2 kk I don't think there will be much more for it however, it's a solid phone though and it will live on.

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I notice Synergy has Verizon s3 users download the d2lte Rom. The d2vzw cyanogenmod page stopped updating nightlies in February, but their d2lte page (which only seems to have started putting out nightlies last month) is very active. Are cm d2lte ROMs compatible with the Verizon s3?

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I notice Synergy has Verizon s3 users download the d2lte Rom. The d2vzw cyanogenmod page stopped updating nightlies in February, but their d2lte page (which only seems to have started putting out nightlies last month) is very active. Are cm d2lte ROMs compatible with the Verizon s3?

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Yup sure are. It's a universal build for the S3 and is indeed compatible with the vzw s3

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Short answer: I got it to work. Skip to the end of the post if you want to just get the link...

Slightly longer:
  • Device: Samsung S3, US Verizon, SCH-I535
  • OS: d2vzw , CM 10.2.1 - last known stable version
  • Carrier: O2 in the Czech Republic
  • Prior to installing CM, I had it with ancient Android 4.1.2 (I did not do the OTA update). It was slow, full of bloatware etc.

Symptoms:
  • I could receive SMS messages but not send SMS.
  • I never saw "full reception" on the antenna icon on the status bar.
  • I had data when not on wifi - but it was slow.

Steps taken that did not make a difference:
  • Fiddling around with *#*#4636#*#* and trying everything written here: http://wiki.cyanogen.../w/SMSC_Updates
  • Voice+ was not the culprit either. I even under root deleted the apk, rebooted - same deal
  • Fiddling with the carrier mobile networks did not help either

This worked:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2394689


I hope it helps.
Best regards and drive safely,
Erez

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