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HTC Messaging Client Updated with New Features
As you may know, XDA member G-ThGraf has a thread about HTC messaging client for Windows Mobile devices since April, always with the latest versions launched. This time, we have the 0.7 version, which includes some interesting features like SMS Search, group SMS from start menu (application is currently in chinese), SMS Backup, and auto reply.
This is an excellent application that can be used by Chefs to include it in their ROMs or for the final user to upgrade his/her version. Be sure to read and understand installation instructions before proceeding.
Please leave feed back so future version can be improved.
Originally posted by G-ThGraf
[APP][Home] HTC Messaging Client [26th August] 2018.3325/0.7 + NEW FEATURES !!
By now I presume no intorduction is needed for myself and AngelDeath. We have decided to merge our efforts and unite in what we are doing. We feel that together we could analyze and provide possible faster releases, less installation errors, less bugs, and less user intervention during installation.
Release the most stable version of HTC Messaging Client (By AngelDeath and G-ThGraf) / (Base on Build 2016 and 2017 from HTC Corporation)
New feature and custom
We will make all EXT for ROM Cooker and share a maximum of language
We’are making a new start, we release the best compilation of HTC files from official (or not) release to make the best of HTC Messaging Client.
If you want to support us, you just need to test our files, give feedbacks and report bugs… (don’t forget to post many informations about your device…)
For the end of our introduction, we want to be sure that all peoples remember that we are a community and we need you, we need our suggestion to make it better!
You can find more information in the application thread.
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