Double Text Messages

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  1. FFandCS

    FFandCS New Member

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    So I have spent the last day and a half searching and searching for a solution. Some say it is the provider, some say to turn off some options in the setting. So far nothing has worked

    Here is the low down

    I loaded an unread count widget and I started to receive double text messages, both messages are in the same folder. I uninstalled the widget, checked all the setting and still cant seem to get it to stop. I re-flashed the ROM and also did a battery pull. I am running the new ApeX on a Droid X. In the App settings I have the following: Messages 2.2.1, Messaging 2.2, Messaging 2.2.1 and Text Messaging 2.2.1

    Any help would be highly appropriated
     
  2. KHeeney5

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    Go to the terminal emulator app and...

    start by typing: su

    *then it will bring up a new line* -- Chosse ONEof the following and type it (case sensitive)

    messaging -aosp ***This is for stock android messaging*
    messaging -mot ***This is for motorola messaging*


    And that's it. Should fix it.
     
  3. FFandCS

    FFandCS New Member

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    KHeeney5~ worked like a charm......thanks for all the help.
     
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    What if it doesn't recognize messaging as a keyword?
     
  5. KHeeney5

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    1.) Make sure you ask for super user permissions before you do anything

    the first line (disregard quotes): "su"
    *it will automatically kick you to the next line, give it a second*
    on the next (disregard quotes): "messaging"
    *after pressing enter it should ask you [-aosp] [-mot]
    choose the one you want, either typing "messaging -aosp" or "messaging -mot"

    If this doesn't work, did you delete the ApeX folder on your SD card? It should recognize it, this is the only reason I would think it wouldn't.
     
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