admin · Oct 19, 2011 at 10:51 am

How to Improve SMS in Android

In this episode of XDA TV, Shen covers a variety of ways to replace your SMS application. Some have advanced security, improved notifications, improved user interfaces, and widgets for your homescreen. He also explains how you no longer need a data plan to send SMS, and how you can make sure your messages are backed up. Click on for the video!

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SMS Popup

ChompSMS

Handcent

GO SMS

textPlus

Google Voice

DeskSMS:

SMS Unread Count

SMS Backup

SMS_RECEIVED priority level problem in apps


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