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  Reply # 479602 10-Jun-2011 09:21
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BigHammer: Last time I tried it, custom LED colours still didn't work on the Desire. Handcent SMS has had no trouble with this for many moons. Will try it out again and see if they've rectified this minor issue.


The SGS doesn't have an LED, so no issues here. I've made it my main SMS after a couple of days. I really like it - so far. :-)   




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  Reply # 479790 10-Jun-2011 17:09
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Contact pictures do not show up for me even with it enabled in the settings for me :(

I prefer stock gingerbread messenger with Sms notifier added on.

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  Reply # 479802 10-Jun-2011 17:38
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I gave it a go today, but have gone back to Handcent which for my purposes is better.

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  Reply # 479845 10-Jun-2011 19:00
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motorola defy any colour flash you like including white, wonder what you get for the paid version

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  Reply # 490286 6-Jul-2011 21:39
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Yeah I used it for a while on my aging LG gt540 2.1 but was a bit laggy, do like go GO SMS products using GO keyboard presently



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  Reply # 490313 6-Jul-2011 22:11
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Vivasanti: Contact pictures do not show up for me even with it enabled in the settings for me :(

I prefer stock gingerbread messenger with Sms notifier added on.


You using free or paid version? I have the paid version.

I also put the pics on my GMail account contacts (in GMail...not on the phone)...and they sync to the phone in Go SMS Pro just fine.
 




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  Reply # 490400 7-Jul-2011 08:35
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I have used Go SMS Pro for ages without issue but last week my ex had to uninstall it as it was sending tests to random numbers in her contacts when she was replying to texts she had been sent.
Quite worrying. Touch wood I have never had that happen.

Might try Handsent one as I only hear good things.

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  Reply # 490699 7-Jul-2011 17:15
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What issues do people have with the stock app? I tried Go SMS Pro, but didn't find it offered anything the stock app didn't for me.

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  Reply # 490704 7-Jul-2011 17:33
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I use Go SMS Pro as it looks a bit better and when you get a message there is a very convenient pop-up.

There isn't a lot of advantage over the stock messenger, that's why I only bother with the free version.

I have a Defy and one of the best things about the current Motorola phones is the Universal Inbox, if Go SMS Pro didn't work with that it would be gone.

I manage email from the universal inbox but as I mostly send text from my phone it can be useful to have a separate button for text. You know it saves a click and that's a whole quarter of a second I could spend ... doing ... whatever.

If anybody comes up with something truly revolutionary please message me, somehow. 

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  Reply # 490718 7-Jul-2011 18:18
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I tired it for a few days but soon got sick of it. Did not work very well at all.

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  Reply # 490866 8-Jul-2011 00:19
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bazzer: What issues do people have with the stock app? I tried Go SMS Pro, but didn't find it offered anything the stock app didn't for me.


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  Reply # 490878 8-Jul-2011 01:42
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I frequently get SMS alerts from a few numbers so I like it's ability to have a custom alert for my 'alerts' group for when I'm on call.

It's also handy to set a certain LED colour for when the MRS txts me. I found handcent drained my battery in around 1 day, same for Chomp.



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  Reply # 491316 9-Jul-2011 00:34
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Anyone know how to set it so the app automatically deletes old messages from each thread when the thread gets to a specified limit? i.e. 30 messages per thread.

I used to have it set up but after having to reinstall the app from a bug i cant seem to find the setting anymore :/

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  Reply # 491325 9-Jul-2011 02:28
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RealityClash: Anyone know how to set it so the app automatically deletes old messages from each thread when the thread gets to a specified limit? i.e. 30 messages per thread.

I used to have it set up but after having to reinstall the app from a bug i cant seem to find the setting anymore :/


The setting is under the stock messaging application. 

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