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GVV Updated To V 0.6.2
Google Voice seems to have become a very popular client for regular people like us who want to be able to contact people but keep a certain amount of privacy. Now, with the updated GVV software (non Google made client for GV) you can do just about everything any other device can do with Google Voice, and more.
The software was created byXDA member Sl4sher, who was previously very discouraged by Google’s ignorance towards Windows Phone, and made his own software to use. The software was recently updated by him, and now the change log looks quite nice.
Added contacts to dialer.
Changed when updates happen
Added update on receipt of GV sms. The sms is left alone for now.
Removed timed update as it didn’t work during sleep mode.
Contact number comparison, again I hope.
Non-gmail addresses should work now.
JSON parse error on missing location.
Specified argument was out of range on login should be fixed for everyone now.
Looks like Google was disallowing passing the auth token in the url, updated to use a header.
YOU WILL LIKELY START GETTING THIS ERROR WITH OLD VERSIONS, UPGRADE TO 0.5+!
Upgraded to SenseSDK 1.36
Dialer item names guaranteed to be unique. *Fist shake at SenseSDK*
Update button updates both sms and voicemail at the same time.
Upgraded to SenseSDK 1.38
This should fix all the transcript sizing issues. If yours doesn’t look right let me know.
New SMS Form
Create new SMS’s and reply to your messages via the same form.
Support adding one time numbers and picking from contacts
You can get your copy of GVV here.
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