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I absolutely cannot stand the message sent alert every time i send an MMS or text. it drives me insane and im thinking about sending it back if i cant find a tweak to fix it. any ideas?

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I absolutely cannot stand the message sent alert every time i send an MMS or text. it drives me insane and im thinking about sending it back if i cant find a tweak to fix it. any ideas?

here's wat u do....

go to messaging > text/multimedia ..... then open up the menu, go to Tools > Options > Account Settings then uncheck "Request delivery notifications"

that should stop the message sent alert....hope this helps :(

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That isn't the same as a "Sent Message" popup. I don't see any options to turn that off but it is annoying. :(

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Haven't tried the cab but you can do this:

1. First, you will need to download a Registry Editor to help you do it...

2. using the Registry Editor, navigate to: Code:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Inbox

3. Create a New Key and call it "Settings"

4. Click on "Settings" and create a New String Value

5. Call the key "SMSNoSentMsg" and give it a data of "1"

You might need to restart the phone

Have fun.

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Haven't tried the cab but you can do this:

1. First, you will need to download a Registry Editor to help you do it...

2. using the Registry Editor, navigate to: Code:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Inbox

3. Create a New Key and call it "Settings"

4. Click on "Settings" and create a New String Value

5. Call the key "SMSNoSentMsg" and give it a data of "1"

You might need to restart the phone

Have fun.

yay! thanks so much!. i was about to take the phone back. you are so smart

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Haven't tried the cab but you can do this:

1. First, you will need to download a Registry Editor to help you do it...

2. using the Registry Editor, navigate to: Code:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Inbox

3. Create a New Key and call it "Settings"

4. Click on "Settings" and create a New String Value

5. Call the key "SMSNoSentMsg" and give it a data of "1"

You might need to restart the phone

Have fun.

This should be a sticky! Thanks a lot. This was driving me batty!

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yay! thanks so much!. i was about to take the phone back. you are so smart

glad to be of help!!! :(

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Just out of interest, did anyone try the cab? I believe it does just what gbenrus25 did manually. His way does, of course, work but I'm not as clever as him so would just have used the cab!

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Well it certainly works on the Touch Dual.

:(

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This should be a sticky! Thanks a lot. This was driving me batty!

Agreed

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Haven't tried the cab but you can do this:

1. First, you will need to download a Registry Editor to help you do it...

2. using the Registry Editor, navigate to: Code:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Inbox

3. Create a New Key and call it "Settings"

4. Click on "Settings" and create a New String Value

5. Call the key "SMSNoSentMsg" and give it a data of "1"

You might need to restart the phone

Have fun.

I have total comander and I'm not sure how to do this...

I got to HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Inbox and then I lost you from there...

What is the Code:? how do we give the key a data of 1?

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I have tried this but it does not stop it from popping up. Is there something else to it?

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I added the registry entry and it definitely worked for a couple of days. However, I sent a text today and received the notification. I checked the registry and the 1 was changed to a 0. I just changed it back to a 1 but I'm not sure what changed it back.

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Yep Same thing here it worked for a few days then came back after i reset the phone... anyone have a perminate solution or cab?

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Yep Same thing here it worked for a few days then came back after i reset the phone... anyone have a perminate solution or cab?

It worked like a charm for me.. I've never had it come back. :)

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am i supposed to use regedit.exe on my pc or is there a way to edit the registry on the phone itself? i'm kind of new to the smartphone scene...

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You could edit the registry yourself but it would be far easier to follow the link above and just run the cab file on your phone

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Wow, just picked up a Shadow and this forum is such a boost on getting this thing running up to spec.

2 Problems..

1) Can't seem to find a good regedit program to work with the HTc Shadow.. Tried (to no working avail) MobileRegistryEditor.exe, TascalRegEdit.exe, and PHMRegEdit.msi... Anyone have a link to something that's worked on their Shadow that they LOVE (I have App Unlock Installed)

2) Has anyone successfully disabled the Message Sent Notification using the .cab file? I can't seem to get it to work, hence me trying a Registry Editor... (I know the pin'd topic exhists)

Christopher

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Does this deactivate the "message failed to be sent" or only for successfully sent messages?

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