1. txaggies07's Avatar
    Many of you are aware of a thread on XDA about someone with their Focus S getting VVM to work. However, it wasn't the most helpful thread to replicating it.

    Here is how I did it on my Focus Flash. You will probably need a way to edit the APNs.

    1. Update to 7740
    2. Update to 8107
    3. Insert sim card into an AT&T Android LTE phone (I used skyrocket)
    4. Go to att.com and switch plan to Data Pro 4g LTE plan. I had to call to switch since it wasn't working on the website.
    5. Setup VVM on Android LTE phone (don't know if this is necessary, but this is what I did....make sure friend knows the VM password so they can re-add it when they put their sim card back in.
    6.Insert sim card back into Windows Phone
    7. Call Voicemail
    8. Wait for VVM to show up on phone (mine showed up after calling voicemail).
    9. If sync error, edit the APN as follows

    APN settings (delete the internet_line APN)
    Create a new APN

    APN Name: pta
    Profile Category: internet (always on)
    APN: pta
    Auth type: None
    Username:
    Password:
    Proxy address: proxy.mobile.att.net
    Proxy domain:
    Proxy port: 80


    I now have working VVM on AT&T with my Samsung Focus Flash. My internet tethering still works (applied the Interop unlock + tethering hack from XDA). I have not tested MMS since I did this, but the MMS APN was untouched.
    jfa1 likes this.
    03-03-2012 01:23 AM
  2. scield's Avatar
    I use Magik Mail. Easy, free and gets the VVM job done.

    Sent from my rooted Nook Color on CM7 using Tapatalk
    03-04-2012 05:43 PM
  3. txaggies07's Avatar
    I used to use magikmail too. It is a very good app. However the ease of the integrated vvm is very very nice.
    03-04-2012 08:13 PM
  4. jccsec's Avatar
    How did you get AT&T to switch your plan? They want an IMEI number from an Android LTE device in order to change the plan and I don't actually have one and I don't know if providing an IMEI number off of a friends phone would cause problems for them on their phone.
    03-15-2012 11:52 AM
  5. txaggies07's Avatar
    How did you get AT&T to switch your plan? They want an IMEI number from an Android LTE device in order to change the plan and I don't actually have one and I don't know if providing an IMEI number off of a friends phone would cause problems for them on their phone.
    Use a friend's IMEI that has an Android LTE phone. It wont mess with their service.
    03-16-2012 10:56 AM
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