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#153510 29-Sep-2014 16:12
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Hi Guys
just wondering if any of you using AOSP roms on LG G2 ?

I have been using slimkat but suddenly lost ability to send SMS! Every time I send I get message saying unable to send and try again. I thought dirty flashes caused the issue so I clean installed ROM ,v6.9, clean install and no user apps installed but still no luck. I thought I'd try another aosp ROM but issue is same !!!
I tried vanir,AICP BTW. All clean flash and no user apps installed. This sort of bugging why suddenly this started happening.

I had revert back to stock Roms, and g3 ported Roms and they work just fine. Any advise ? Thanks
BTW I have d802 on 2degrees. I tried twrp 2.7.1 from dr87,drgravy's 2.8.1 and philz.

EDIT: I used stock messaging app but i tried hangouts as well and with same result.

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  #1143648 29-Sep-2014 16:50

Check your SMSC. Should be set to +64220227672 for 2degrees.




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  #1143652 29-Sep-2014 17:04
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Hi, I actually followed these instructions and but to no avail http://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/help/texts . BTW current setting already set to this number but i clicked update anyway.

are you referring to some thing else ? Thanks for the reply.

messaging application doesn't let me change any carrier settings or anything related but interestingly sms app in lg roms do! am bit loss here


 
 
 
 


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  #1143746 29-Sep-2014 19:28
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Can you use Hangouts instead of Messaging?





 

 

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  #1143770 29-Sep-2014 19:53
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Yes, I already tried that but with same results. This really puzzling me what actually causing this. I flashed Roms many time with no issues but this is weird.



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  #1143857 29-Sep-2014 21:57
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Update: only way i could send sms is, using go sms pro which has option to set SMSC number under its settings. this is strange and would really love to solve this mystery though.

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  #1144013 30-Sep-2014 09:51
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1) Dial *#*#4636#*#*
2) Select Phone Information
3) Set SMSC number to +64220227672 and hit Update
4) Turn radio off and back on
5) enjoy sending an sms



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  #1144038 30-Sep-2014 10:06
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livisun: 1) Dial *#*#4636#*#*
2) Select Phone Information
3) Set SMSC number to +64220227672 and hit Update
4) Turn radio off and back on
5) enjoy sending an sms


like i said in my previous post, this is what i already tried except 4th step. is rebooting same as turning off radio ? which i did but to no avail.
anyway i guess i'll have to retry again. thanks for the reply.



 
 
 
 




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  #1144556 30-Sep-2014 21:40
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livisun: 1) Dial *#*#4636#*#*
2) Select Phone Information
3) Set SMSC number to +64220227672 and hit Update
4) Turn radio off and back on
5) enjoy sending an sms


tried again but same result. BTW i am getting update error if i just type +64220227672. i had to type "64220227672",158 and updates fine but still cant send SMS!

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  #1144562 30-Sep-2014 22:00
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I used to enjoy installing Custom ROMs.

These days I find it's just easier to slowly pull a single fingernail off with pliers, or put a few tacks in my shoes before I head to work.  Not enough to be really painful or annoying, but difficult enough that it makes it much hard to get basic tasks done.

Of course I do miss spending the better part of 3 weeks tuning my CPU voltages and speeds so I can convince myself that this really is so much faster and debloated! So much bloat in these apps that don't run or use any memory unless I'm actively running them. BLOAT!

I wonder if this stock ROM from 3 years ago can still send a.... yup! It can. It can still send a text.

Technology ey?




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  #1144567 30-Sep-2014 22:16
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you are getting old mate wink

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