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Topic # 85367 17-Jun-2011 21:15
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I have a HTC Desire Z, rooted and running a sense 3 rom port (Virtuous Unity)
I hate the HTC messaging app though, so I removed it and am running the vanilla mms app
I've got the apn settings set up correctly, but when a pxt gets sent to me I just get a txt from Vodafone saying I recieved a pxt, and to go to pxtworld to view it.
Any help will be much appreciated.

-Nipqer

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  Reply # 482390 17-Jun-2011 22:17
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send a PXT first and then future PXT sent to your number will be delivered to your handset

Its not related to your rooted handset in anyway at all

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  Reply # 482392 17-Jun-2011 22:23
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Thanks for the tip John, cuz I am having trouble with my Android too!



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  Reply # 482404 17-Jun-2011 23:14
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Thanks Johnr,

Worked perfectly :)
Just wondering though, If i change rom on my phone, will pxts still come through? Or will I have to send a pxt out to get it to work again.

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  Reply # 482424 18-Jun-2011 05:00
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Nipqer: Thanks Johnr,

Worked perfectly :)
Just wondering though, If i change rom on my phone, will pxts still come through? Or will I have to send a pxt out to get it to work again.

-Nipqer


As advised above not related to ROM so nope. If you get a new SIM card or mobile number then yes.

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