egzthunder1 · Jan 26, 2011 at 09:00 pm

How to Get MMS Working on Your Cricket Flashed EVO

One of the greatest joys of device hacking is being able to get features (or the phones in general) working on carriers who claim that they cannot be added as they are not capable of using their network. The EVO is not the exception to this rule. There are rather cheap alternative networks were our devices will work flawlessly, regardless of what carriers may try to get you to believe. In this case, XDA member tritron777 shows us how to get one of the most elusive features to work in one of this carriers. It looks like by replacing the MMS apk from Sprint, it is possible to get this feature working without problems in the Cricket network. It simply requires a modified version of the default xml and the apk. Installation is simple and shouldn’t take more than a few minutes if you know adb.

Please leave some feedback to see if this works properly for you.

I managed to fix mms sending on cricket. I edited default.xml in /system/customize/MNS and Mms.apk. Now my picture message works perfectly on my phone.
So in order to install files you need to download them and then unzip default.zip.
You need to place both filies inc c:\ drive.

You can find more information in the guide thread.

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