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  Reply # 624521 13-May-2012 20:56
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Kopkiwi: Having some real issues sending and receiving pxts?

All my APNs are setup correctly. My SMSC is correct.
Have you set the type of the APN to be MMS for the PXT one? If I recall correctly they default to Internet. Make sure you have one for Internet and one for MMS.

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  Reply # 624545 13-May-2012 22:03
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cdouble:
Kopkiwi: Having some real issues sending and receiving pxts?

All my APNs are setup correctly. My SMSC is correct.
Have you set the type of the APN to be MMS for the PXT one? If I recall correctly they default to Internet. Make sure you have one for Internet and one for MMS.


Yeah it's all set up correctly.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 624595 14-May-2012 05:44
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Kopkiwi: Having some real issues sending and receiving pxts?

All my APNs are setup correctly. My SMSC is correct.


Are you using the stock app or something else, reason I ask is that on the S2 if you are using something like Handcent and have disabled the stock messaging app, pxt may not work.

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  Reply # 624605 14-May-2012 08:06
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kiwitrc:
Kopkiwi: Having some real issues sending and receiving pxts?

All my APNs are setup correctly. My SMSC is correct.


Are you using the stock app or something else, reason I ask is that on the S2 if you are using something like Handcent and have disabled the stock messaging app, pxt may not work.


Am using Go SMS

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  Reply # 624607 14-May-2012 08:11
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Is the stock messaging app running?

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  Reply # 624759 14-May-2012 11:40
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JayTaicho:
NZtechfreak: Few things:

First thing: DO NOT FLASH TO THIS ROM USING ODIN OR MOBILE ODIN! In fact, there is even some doubt that upgrading via official channels is safe. Seriously, there is an unpredictable risk of had brick and even after successfully flashing the ROM file manipulation and CWM activities can hard brick your phone. If you MUST have it early I think flashing to a German GB ROM and then checking for the official upgrade would be the safest route, but proceed a your own risk.


What are your thoughts on criskelo's "very stable" LPY rom that was uploaded today? Still not worth the risk?


Given that even the "official" LPY release has still bricked some phones, I wouldn't be game.

Stick to GB or CM9.

Looks like a massive fail on Samsungs part, going by anecdotal evidence, their kernel source is a complete disaster so it's possible they just don't know/care what they've done to break things so badly.

I got away with flashing things back & forth, my Note will be staying on CM9 now - hopefully they fix the more glaring issues with it (sleep-of-death and no speakerphone primarily).




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  Reply # 624762 14-May-2012 11:46
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Kopkiwi:
cdouble:
Kopkiwi: Having some real issues sending and receiving pxts?

All my APNs are setup correctly. My SMSC is correct.
Have you set the type of the APN to be MMS for the PXT one? If I recall correctly they default to Internet. Make sure you have one for Internet and one for MMS.


Yeah it's all set up correctly.


This is with which firmware?

I just sent myself an MMS using the default APN settings for Telecom in CM9 and it sent it ok, it then received it twice for some reason, the 1st one failed download, the 2nd one worked fine.

I also use Go SMS.




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  Reply # 624822 14-May-2012 13:08
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stevenz: Given that even the "official" LPY release has still bricked some phones, I wouldn't be game.

Stick to GB or CM9.


Ended up going back to GB. Been trying out Litening Rom for the past few days. Amazing battery life! Will probably stick with this till ICS issues are resolved.



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  Reply # 624879 14-May-2012 14:20
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Anyone have the XXLA9 firmware version? Got a new Note straight from Vodafone and am trying to root it.

I've installed Kies for the drivers and have put it in usb debugging mode, I've tried the zerg method and "unlock root" program from this thread http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1329360 but am having no luck, am I missing something?

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  Reply # 624910 14-May-2012 15:01
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kiwitrc: Is the stock messaging app running?


No disabled that so i didn't get two notifications.

Running CM9 on 4.0.4

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  Reply # 624936 14-May-2012 15:37
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Kopkiwi:
kiwitrc: Is the stock messaging app running?


No disabled that so i didn't get two notifications.

Running CM9 on 4.0.4


Ok, enable it but just disable notifications on the stock app and you should be all go.

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  Reply # 624980 14-May-2012 17:03
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kiwitrc:
Kopkiwi:
kiwitrc: Is the stock messaging app running?


No disabled that so i didn't get two notifications.

Running CM9 on 4.0.4


Ok, enable it but just disable notifications on the stock app and you should be all go.


Done and working. Legend.

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  Reply # 625127 14-May-2012 22:03
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Seems I need to flash a new rom/kernel to get root like this http://software2tech.com/2012/03/20/download-abyss-note-kernel-one-click-root-galaxy-note-all-gingerbread-2-3-4-2-3-5-2-3-6-2-3-x/

But since it's my mum's phone I would rather keep it stock, would the flash be reversible? This Galaxy Note is from a Vodafone store.

Here's what the about phone looks like.


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  Reply # 625744 15-May-2012 21:08
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Anyone tried the latest nightlies build from CM9?

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  Reply # 637200 7-Jun-2012 10:42
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Well well finally got the OTA notification that my Note has ICS to update.
Did that a few days ago-all good.
Only problem is now all incomming txtx dont have the associated ID address attached,
Any ideas??




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