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nexusninja

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Let me start off by saying...I am not a programmer in any way.
So I know I would be completely unsuccessful in doing this on my own.

I need to be able to send text messages from a blocked or custom number from my phone.

This needs to be the way the phone sends texts.
I have a program from DRPU to send texts from my desktop using my phone as the gateway.
The issue I have is that the texts show from the number assigned to my phone.

If anyone can help let me know. Compensation is available. Thanks

Contact me on gmail at datarenegade

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You want to fake the caller id in order to spam multiple recipients i presume?, cant you just use a purely online sms gateway service and cut out the phone alltogether?
If its using your phones sms function, could you not just block the caller id in the handsets settings?

What DPRU program are you using?, bit hard to help unless we know that.

EDIT: is it this one? http://www.drpusoftware.com/drpusoft/bulk-sms-gsm.html

Edited by maniac_mouse, 20 January 2013 - 06:04 PM.

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Well not spam...there all opt in subscribers. I just don't want the from number to be my cell phone number.

Using an online gateway would cost quite a bit more, doing it this way would be a one time investment.

Yea that's the one except the Android version http://www.drpusoftw...ms-android.html

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Sorry, when I see people using sms mass senders who want to block the origionating number I always assume they are up to no good. My apologies :)
I dont think its easy to block an sms number, I have just discovered my suggestion to block caller id doesnt work with texts.
If you dont need to do this too frequently, a second sim could suffice, just pop it in when you want to send the mass sms`s.
There are also multi sim adaptors that let you install and switch between 2 sims on the same phone.
Failing that, maybe buying a cheap or second hand phone that you could dedicate to the task would be an idea.

Edited by maniac_mouse, 20 January 2013 - 07:09 PM.

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Hey no harm no foul.

I usually think the same about most people that do the same thing and usually its true.

That was my original back up plan, I guess that's what I will go too.

Thanks for the help

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