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Arcsoft 22.214.171.124 QVGA/WVGA/VGA GSM or CDMA Hybrid
RyanMogul6800 has created a Hybrid version of Arcsoft MMS composer to support MMS as well as pictures and video.
This version supports CDMA and GSM devices. The optional CABs to download and install QVGA (320×240), WVGA (800×480), and VGA (640×480).
The only bug I couldn’t eliminate is if you try and forward a video message sent or received using a NON pics/video version of Arcsoft (MMS) using this version it will say it cannot. But it will save it in your drafts in which you can open it and send it from there.
1: If you are able to uninstall your old version of Arcsoft you should do so before installing this CAB. Otherwise my CAB is set up to delete the registry settings for Arcsoft for you.
2: Install my Security Policy Lifter CAB (you may or may not need this depending on the ROM you use) and reboot your device.
3: Now choose a CAB to install your options are below. Obviously reboot your device after installation.
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