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Have Your EVO 4G Running CM7? Want Sprint VVM Back? Here’s How…
If you have your EVO 4G on Sprint, then you probably enjoy the benefits of Visual Voicemail. And also if you have an EVO 4G, you are probably enjoying CM7 running rather seamlessly in it as well. However, these two cannot coexist in the same device. So, what do you give up? The answer, thanks to XDA member TonyArmstrong, is absolutely nothing!! The member was browsing around looking for a solution, and he found one, which he decided to share with the rest of us EVO users. He wrote a very detailed guide and attached all the necessary files to apply the fix to this rom. The nightly that this was applied to was #12, but should work for later ones including the final release that came out yesterday.
Please try this out and leave some feedback if this worked for you.
- Download the Sprint VVM 18.104.22.168 Titanium Backup zip: Download attached below
- Extract the Sprint VVM 22.214.171.124 Titanium Backup zip to the root of the SD card.
- Download & install Titanium Backup from the Market.
- Launch Titanium Backup and make sure Sprint VVM is removed (if not, use Titanium Backup to remove it).
You can find more information in the original thread.
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