Confirmed working on s5 running 4.4.4 and s4 running 5.1.1 and with the newest update (vvmL). Keep in mind though, Sprint's VVM app is a finicky beast and it's performance/functioning heavily depends on the ROM that you're running.
Uninstall any existing Sprint VVM installation you have (to avoid mismatched signatures), then install the modded version as you would any other app. Enjoy!
Tip: Most ported ROMs contain information in build.prop from the device in which they were ported from, some unified builds may be slightly off. In order for this app to provision correctly, the following section in build.prop must be set to reflect your Sprint device before installing this app:
The following example is for the Sprint GS4:
ro.product.model=SPH-L720 ro.product.name=jfltespr ro.product.device=jfltespr
NOTE: The "9016" text messages are needed to wake the vvm client up to retrieve new voicemails as the come in. Blocking texts from 9016 in some sms apps (especially system sms apps) may cause the sprint visual voicemail app to not download new voicemail messaged. Muting the notifications for 9016 so your device doesn't ring/vibrate is ideal.
Don't have 9016 blocked or blacklisted, but still not receiving voicemails in the app?
- Try reactivating VVM by opening the app, touching compose, recording a 5+ second message delivering it to [email protected].
Yes, the phantom voicemail notification is here on most kitkat ROMs. You can temporarily clear it by disabling then re-enabling notifications from vvm. I've personally had success by going into the app and selecting the voicemail message and touching "save" to move it into the archive folder. This has seemed to permanently fixed the phantom notification bug for me, IDK why.
Just pulled Sprint VVM T.126.96.36.199 (Sprint-vvm-m.apk) from the latest update-PB6 (Marshmallow) on GS6 edge . Haven't gotten a chance to test on any other phone/ROM so install at your own risk.