orb3000 · Aug 4, 2010 at 12:00 pm

New HTC Messaging Client Versions

XDA member pyrorob decided to provide to all of us the latest versions of HTC messaging client for Windows Mobile devices translated into English. This is based on oriental device huashan’s work similar to our Leo.
Tha cab files were initially meant for WVGA resolutions, but members have reported that it is also working on VGA resolutions as well.
Be sure to read and understand all the instructions before installing to avoid any problems.

Originally posted by pyrorob
[APP] Newest HTC Messaging Client versions by Pyrorob.

Ok, so, I was providing this in the HD2 apps forum and it kept being suggested to me to start my own thread, so, im thinking.. why do that just there? Its for wvga devices and people use it on multiple ones, so why not post it somewhere that everyone can see it?

So, what I’m going to be doing, is providing the newest versions here in cab and ext if requested.
Also, I’ll try to provide some extra cabs here every once in awhile (like network settings,graphics tweaks,etc.).
Now, some advice:

now for the people that are having problems installing/upgrading, the most common reason is due to the fact that if you had the client installed before, it installs a service, which is an actively running dll that runs in the background (like an openly running exe, BUT IT IS NOT AN EXE!) you have to shutdown the dll to overwrite it or you will face issues.
Now in energy roms, you can go to start/tools/ and open task manager, after it loads, touch in the top right where the little arrow is and go to “services” NOT PROCESSES, find “messaging service” and touch and hold on it and set it for manual and soft reset.
If the client was installed by you, then go to remove programs and uninstall it, soft reset,then install the client you want.
if it was pre-installed, just install.

You can find more information in the application thread.


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