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By JustPlayingHard, Senior Member on 2nd September 2014, 10:16 PM
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Hello all. I have got this feature in my settings panel. What's is it use for on a EE network. I think my phone was brought from Vodaphone
 
 
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I disabled it and now it gone. What's with this????

Edited: I has come back. Help anyone how can I use this feature?
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This is some custom rom?

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RCS is a feature that's being rolled out across the board on all networks*in the near future. It's a more reliable way of texting and will replace the native messaging capability. You can find out more about it*here.*

The HTC One is the first handset to get this service via a software update. You'll be offered to download it from the maintenance release mentioned in other posts. Once installed, it can't be removed but it can be disabled in the phone settings.

Like NFC, Bluetooth or Wi-Fi, RCS feeds can use more power on your phone so those who use the service (or a similar option like Whatsapp) may see increased power usage.

Cheers, Ben*


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It enables chatting from message app

If you do not want it just don't use it.

Delete it using Titanium if you are rooted
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Can someone send me the message apk to test. I debloated my phone. Please
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4.4.4 .108 stock bro
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Rich communications is Vodafone Bloatware
and had been giving Grief to HTC one users
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No 23 pages
http://forum.vodafone.co.uk/t5/HTC/R...141269/page/23
I was a Major poster on there and i tried to blow the whistle on this and got banned
The effected phones are HTC one, Samsung Note,S5
Samsung and HTC pulled the rom after the third party company changed there default app breeching Androids T&C
all Messages go to a third party company that possibly vodafone has shares in with other networks
But its a third party company so security on messages is out the window
For sony users there is a work around as Vodafone also tried to prevent users removing this app
well Sony users still can
disable the sync then disable ths app in Applications manager
then the stock app will work again
Vodafone state its supposed to be the new way to send sms
errrrrr no cos no one else are doing this as this idea came out in 2008
and we have moved on since then
Google hangouts any one ????

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