Why are my sent messages "dull"

eskimochaos

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Aug 11, 2009
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Started last night after I installed bitesms. Uninstalled it since then as I dont really like it.

Also recently installed Lockinfo.

Thanks in advance.
 

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anonymous6237

macrumors 6502
Nov 3, 2007
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Plano, TX
Messages sent through BiteSMS appear dull and greyed out in the default messaging app. You shouldn't have problems with mesaages sent through the default app now that you've removed BiteSMS
 
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eskimochaos

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Aug 11, 2009
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Messages sent through BiteSMS appear dull and greyed out in the default messaging app. You shouldn't have problems with mesaages sent through the default app now that you've removed BiteSMS
Yea I noticed they changed when I installed it; however, even after hard reset after I deleted bitesms they are still "dull"
 
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bobab8ey

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Sep 5, 2008
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lol, I misunderstood the title and was gonna suggest writing about more interesting stuff!
 
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kAoTiX

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Oct 14, 2008
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Is this possibly the way bitesms integrates into the existing message database?
I'd recommend restoring after you've removed bitesms and see if that helps.

If not, I think you'd have to do a full restore.
 
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illutionz

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Oct 2, 2007
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I have similar problem yesterday with my home screen having grey color font instead of white. I uninstalled Winterboard and it solved the problem.

This is probably unrelated but I figure I'll throw it out there...
 
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AppleSmack

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Jun 30, 2010
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I'd suggest doing things that are really exciting and telling the other person about them. You can make things up if you're stuck, but eventually they'll see through that.
Also, use adjectives and be descriptive.

Avoid texting about shopping, what you're wearing, what you're watching on TV. Twitter was invented to provide an outlet for such messages.

:p
 
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anonymous6237

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Nov 3, 2007
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Plano, TX
Yea I noticed they changed when I installed it; however, even after hard reset after I deleted bitesms they are still "dull"
Even the ones sent through the default messaging app after removing BiteSMS? I would suggest a restore. It's kind of a pain but goes with the JB territory.
 
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anonymous6237

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Nov 3, 2007
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Plano, TX
I have similar problem yesterday with my home screen having grey color font instead of white. I uninstalled Winterboard and it solved the problem.

This is probably unrelated but I figure I'll throw it out there...
Had the same "issue" when I first installed winterboard. There is a theme option (Settings - Winterboard - Select Themes - White Icon Labels) that needs to be checked in order to not have the gray text.

Hope this helps.
 
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