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Increase the SMS Limit on Android
If you are frustrated with the 100 SMS limit per hour imposed by the Android OS, there is a tweak that you can implement to get around this.
The tweak requires entering in some commands either in a Terminal app on your Android device or from your computer using adb, which then enables you to alter the ‘sms_outgoing_check_max_count’ value from 101 to a new limit, or by removing the limit altogether by setting ‘sms_outgoing_check_interval_ms’ to 0.
matthenry87 has confirmed that the second option worked immediately on his Android device.
To find more information, please visit the tweak’s thread.
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