Text forwarding/deleting with BiteSMS / Jailbreak req'd

iErik

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I've looked passed this app since I first upgraded to the 2.0 software. I just found out today that you can forward and delete individual text messages with it.

Just download it from Cydia, set default to "mobile carrier" and swipe your finger across the messages you want to forward/delete.

So far it's the best (and only) replacement I've been able to find for SMSD.
 

duckdogdrake

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I've looked passed this app since I first upgraded to the 2.0 software. I just found out today that you can forward and delete individual text messages with it.

Just download it from Cydia, set default to "mobile carrier" and swipe your finger across the messages you want to forward/delete.

So far it's the best (and only) replacement I've been able to find for SMSD.

Don't you have to pay for this service?
 

wd_stroke

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I just found out today that you can forward...set default to "mobile carrier" and swipe your finger across the messages you want to forward.
I still can't figure out how to forward messages....I swiped left and I tried swiping right.
 

iErik

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It took me a little while, too. You have to swipe from the left edge of the screen all the way to the right edge. Hope that helps.
 

wd_stroke

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Okay...will give that a try. Thanks
 

Lincoln

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This app would be great if it used your contacts. Instead of seeing a persons name I see the 10 digit number. Until that's added, it's off my list.
 

iErik

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This app would be great if it used your contacts. Instead of seeing a persons name I see the 10 digit number. Until that's added, it's off my list.

Hmmmm...seems to work fine with my contacts. Perhaps a bug. Maybe a reinstall is in order?
 

D-Wade

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silly question, yeah i saw the subject already but i still want to confirm this requires jailbroken iPhone?
 

D-Wade

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Another Question, Firmware 2.0.1 can be jailbroken, im planning to jailbreak mine, right after i jailbreak is it possible to upgrade my firmware? i understand latest firmware now is 2.0.2. thanks again
 

iErik

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Any time you update a jailbroken phone's FW you will lose the jailbreak; no way around it. I'm pretty sure 2.0.2 has been jailbroken so might as well jailbreak that FW version if you're going to do it.
 

D-Wade

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yeah, better wait for it =) thanks for the advices.
one more question, if ever i jailbroke on 2.0.2, then to remove jailbreak, just have to update to the same FW2.0.2? is this correct?
 

iErik

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yeah, better wait for it =) thanks for the advices.
one more question, if ever i jailbroke on 2.0.2, then to remove jailbreak, just have to update to the same FW2.0.2? is this correct?
Correct. Best way to reset a jailbreak is to do a restore and set it up as a new phone.
 

D-Wade

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thanks for the response, restore means my contacts and wallpaper etc is reset? Sorry I haven't done this before