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By Caseyk621, Senior Member on 22nd October 2014, 04:52 PM
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Just download and install. First time you send a message with it, it will ask if you want to set as default. This has some nice improvements over stock.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/0isljrh3su...anger.apk?dl=0

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22nd October 2014, 11:07 PM |#2  
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I dont get why google first merge sms with hangouts then does the opposite
23rd October 2014, 01:03 AM |#3  
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I couldn't receive MMS using this

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23rd October 2014, 01:06 AM |#4  
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I couldn't receive MMS using this

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Did you leave stock message app in place and functioning? I'm also on moto x port. Everything is working for me

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23rd October 2014, 01:27 AM |#5  
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Yea I just set it as the default app when it asked. It received the picture but it said the download failed when I tried to download it said downloading forever.

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26th October 2014, 02:27 AM |#6  
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I like it

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I uninstalled it. The material design is nice but it bothered me that I had to keep the stock message app also. I had the stock app hidden with xposed GEL settings but it was still bothering me. I also uninstalled the Lollipop Gmail app and is now solely running Inbox for email. My fascination with Lollipop has come to an end. Lol

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I uninstalled it. The material design is nice but it bothered me that I had to keep the stock message app also. I had the stock app hidden with xposed GEL settings but it was still bothering me. I also uninstalled the Lollipop Gmail app and is now solely running Inbox for email. My fascination with Lollipop has come to an end. Lol

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You can always delete the stock .apk from /system/app/
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You can always delete the stock .apk from /system/app/

Unfortunately, as Caseyk621 mentioned above, the only way I was able to get the app not to FC was to leave the stock app in there. Maybe something to do with the ROM as it is a hit and miss for lollipop apps at this point and the ways to get the apps to work are different for everyone. As an example, I have not found a way to make the lollipop calendar app to work and I've tried every way imaginable. So, at this point I am over it, back to stability and functionality for me. The rest of the eye candy will come later. Inbox is pretty cool though and is now my daily driver. The new Play Music app is awesome and the new Google Now launcher ties everything together nicely.



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Download link is dead

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12th May 2015, 01:28 PM |#11  
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its available on the play store now

https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...apps.messaging
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