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7th February 2010, 06:57 AM   |  #1  
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i have a sprint hero running on boost mobile cdma, which doesnt use visual voicemail, how can i remove visual voicemail? and is there a way to have a regular voicemail type notification?

im using fresh 1.1

and i tried uninstalling the com.corebobility.app.vnotes but there isnt the option. only clear data and force stop.

any ideas?
8th February 2010, 02:17 AM   |  #2  
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i have a sprint hero running on boost mobile cdma, which doesnt use visual voicemail, how can i remove visual voicemail? and is there a way to have a regular voicemail type notification?

im using fresh 1.1

and i tried uninstalling the com.corebobility.app.vnotes but there isnt the option. only clear data and force stop.

any ideas?

You'll have to remove it from a shell or command prompt in Windows.

I can give you the steps to remove it, but you really shouldn't. It'll cause your phone to force close like crazy, believe me, I've tried.

If you want to try it anyways; here you go:


**DO A NANDROID BACKUP FIRST!**

Code:
1. Open command prompt (Start - Run menu - cmd - ok)
2. Change your directory to your Android SDK tools folder (Example: c:\androidsdk\tools)
3. adb remount
4. adb shell
5. rm com.coremobility.app.vnotes
6. exit
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You could always flash the AOSP 1.6 or the 2.1 rom if you want sense. Neither include Visual Voicemail.
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