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Dj05 missing Verizon Visual Voicemail

Discussion in 'Samsung Fascinate Development' started by tiger505, Dec 20, 2010.

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    Howdy,
    Would anyone know where my Verizon Voicemail icon would be as it is missing after I installed the very nice DJ05 Rom on my Fascinate. Also when I click on the voicemail icon to the left of the dialer it gives me an error. Something is going wrong and I'm real confused. I can make calls and GPS works also but dang no messages. I've spent most of today doing a million different variants to finally get the DJ05 on my device (Odin, etc) - this noob learn a lot of stuff. Got the Bluetooth to work etc, but now I have no voice mail...any ideas out there.
    Thanks in advance

    EDIT - The error when I click the voicemail icon bottom left of the dialer is "The application Phone (processcom.sec.androic.app.dialertab) has stopped unexpectedly. Please try again," and then below a "Force close"
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    The voicemail app can be found in any of the DI01 De-Odexed Fascinate system dumps. I believe you need both the VVMService.apk and VisualVoiceMail.apk files from the dump.

    SMS isn't going to work until you flash the dj05 modem.bin file.

    Flashing the modem file should have been in the directions for whichever DJ05 Rom you installed.

    -Mike
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    Or you could just go into the Market under "Verizon" and download the visual voicemail app.
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    You could install the one from the market...but

    The phone will complain that a more compatible version of this app is already on your phone.

    But hey, both methods work.

    You'll probably want some other apps that may also be missing. DLNA, MyFiles, Memo, Voice Command, ThinkOffice etc. So grabbing a system dump might be a good idea.

    -Mike
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    I appreciate the help...I'm not sure what is happening but I have no voicemail available at all. No icon and when I try to open the voicemail from within the dialer I get an error message and a FC and I've tried Dj05 and Superdark. I'm really new to this stuff, total noob I am, so I'm going back to the stock Rom and try starting over. Maybe I have the wrong kernel??? whatever but when I load the stock rom everything is ok.
    I did try to install the VVMService.apk and VisualVoiceMail.apk files from the dump but get an install error.
    I have to say everything else was very, very speedy with the Dj05 rom but maybe this noob has to learn a few things to get the goodies! I so want it to work. Dang...:icon_evil:
    A big thanks for the responses
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    Install issues with VVM

    Yeah, those APKs can't be installed, they'll work if you adb push them to /system/app. Make sure /system is writeable otherwise it won't work that way either.

    -Mike
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    How exactly does one do what you are saying? I have downloaded the necessary files (I think...) and am curious as to what to do next. I also like the idea of just downloading it from the market again, which has been stated will work, but I don't know how to make that method work either as each time I open the program the only option is to uninstall.

    Thanks in advance for the help!
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    From your computer, you need USB debugging turned on.

    adb push VisualVoiceMail.apk /system/app
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    So would this be done from my command prompt on my windows machine? Where can I learn about how to send this command? I have a feeling I need to be running another piece of software to make this work, right?
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    I got it. I needed to install the SDK from google onto my machine and select the appropriate package to install. Then I used information from this post: [Q] Noob needing help with adb remount! - Page 2 - xda-developers
    In order to mount the system folder as read/write.
    Then the adb push command from within the adb tool performed properly.

    Thanks!
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