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I don't know if this works, but there's an app called SMS Server with the following description: Send binary sms messages on specifics ports. Indicated to test J2ME sms applications that receive messages on specifics ports. This application does not send free SMS.
I managed to restore my text messages using a borrowed 3rd phone that is rooted! Using: The rooted phone with the broken screen that you want to restore from (Phone A) The rooted phone with the intact screen that you borrowed (Phone B) The unrooted phone that you want to restore to (Phone C) Do as follows: On Phone A: Activate recovery mode and pull ...
Intriguing question. I'm not sure cell carriers support binary SMS. Have you considered encoding your data as base64 string and sending it? There will be length limits on the message. I heard that you can include UTF text in the metadata of a png image sent via MMS, several megabytes worth. Another idea I had is to encode data within the MMS image, each ...
Try choosing any one of the other options that you CAN see. The pop ups should stop. Then change back to Messages. The pop ups should not return.
Settings → Applications → Default Applications and I set the Messages from Messages to Client, this stopped the pop ups. Further to this having set Messages to Client I then found out the offending app was myMail, which I uninstalled and was able to set Messages back from Client to Messages Hope it helps.
I figured it out. I also have Avast Anti-theft set up, and for some reason all of the messages I send or receive are being forwarded to this contact via binary which is why the messages are empty and why the contact's iPhone is ignoring them. In short, a bug with avast is the cause. Going to have to give their support a piece of my mind for driving me ...
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