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  #625648 15-May-2012 19:05
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Ah yep, that'd be it then lol

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  #625662 15-May-2012 19:17
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So just tried Chomp. It can d/l fb pics and display them fine.
But you can only have that silly iphone style bubble conversations... Which is exactly the thing I'm trying to get rid of!!

 
 
 
 


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  #625702 15-May-2012 20:02
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  #625708 15-May-2012 20:10
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^ contact pics not showing.... Can't find and settings for pics in it either?

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  #625739 15-May-2012 20:59
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it's bc ur sms contacts don't have google pictures.

turn off sim only contacts, turn off phone only contacts. only display google contacts, then fix ur contacts.




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  #626819 17-May-2012 13:58
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There is no "onky" option. Only tick which ones you want. Anyway unticked all except google and still no pics in chomp

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  #626841 17-May-2012 14:20
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Sorry not chomp. Messaging app as above. Only have google contacts selected on the phone and no pics showing in that messaging app

 
 
 
 


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  #626873 17-May-2012 15:22
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Ok success! But its weird....


By chance I noticed a contact had an old number. So I edited it. The pic appeared!
So been playing, if I go into a contact and change a number, the pic appears. Selecting edit and saving without changing a number DOESN'T work. I must change a number. So been changing some to +64 and others to 02 etc. Works everytime. Adding an email etc doesnt work. Has to be a phone number. Haven't tried a non mobile number yet.
Bloody odd.

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