mic_888 · Jun 9, 2010 at 06:12 am

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.

After question posted by XDA forum members in this original thread, XDA member matthenry87 has managed to get the tweak to work.

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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