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#121
Ok, thanks! While waiting the reply i already did exactly that (aegis install hack + emojifix from msg#26 attachment) and after reboot worked like a charm Great! Thanks a lot!

The only thing missing is the outgoing emojis don't work (they can be typed to the message from Harmoji keyboard, but sms send button will not result to "sending", instead no immediate response at all, but after ~20sec appears top black popup saying "Message sending failed (phone number)".

No issues with numbers 2 and 6.

All with latest software (N9 PR1.3, Repomirror 0.7.2, Warehouse 0.1.9, Developermode 1.48, Aegis hack 1.0.10, Libsms-utils 0.5.17.3 and Harmoji 0.7.3). Still running perfectly without need for reset/reflash new (2011)!

To aim even higher, any idea for an easy fix for the outgoing side too?
 

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#122
Sending is already fixed. You should be able to find both instruction, and if I remember correctly an updated .deb in this topic too. I looked a little but didn't find the .deb.
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#123
Originally Posted by hedayat View Post
You should be able to find both instruction, and if I remember correctly an updated .deb in this topic too. I looked a little but didn't find the .deb.
THP has removed the .deb and only packager .sh available now:
http://thp.io/2014/emojifix/
 

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#124
Simple guide to fix the SMS Emoticon Drop Bug with the .sh file (Many many thanks to thp!). Here the full bug description https://github.com/thp/emojifix

1) You need to have the Developer Mode active. See this thread https://wiki.maemo.org/Resurrect_your_N9
2) Install Coderus Aegis-install hack package: http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php?t=90750 simply download the .deb file and tap on it
3) Download the .sh file http://thp.io/2014/emojifix/
4) Open terminal and write
Code:
devel-su
it will ask for password that is
Code:
rootme
5) In terminal write
Code:
echo $PATH
you will get the path where you can put the .sh file to execute it directly. The default path should be /usr/bin : /bin (those are two path, we will use the first one)
6) In terminal write
Code:
cp "/home/user/MyDocs/.../emojifix_packager.sh" "/usr/bin/"
where ... means the path where you save the file emojifix_packager.sh, put also the "" exactly as is written
7) In terminal write
Code:
chmod +x /usr/bin/emojifix_packager.sh
8) in terminal write
Code:
aegis-install emojifix_packager.sh

Done

Edit
At the end of the process you will receive several error messages as lfc22 report in the following post. No problem. Ask someone to send to you an sms with emoticon, you will receive it! ;-)
If you want to see the emoticon, instead of a rectangle, you will need harmoji http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php?t=86704.
I didn't try it, but from what i've understand the 0.6.6 is the most stable version https://code.google.com/archive/p/harmoji/downloads
Edit finish.

If you are in trouble downloading the .sh file, or you don't know where it is, use FileBox or (i think it's even better) myExplorer to put the .sh file on a folder into N9. You find those apps on OpenRepos, see https://wiki.maemo.org/Resurrect_your_N9 for further information.

Again thanks to thp, and also to Coderus, nysi1 and aspergerguy and to the Maemo MeeGo Community

Last edited by violalove; 2016-02-11 at 10:23.
 

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#125
Under 7) should it not be?

chmod +x /usr/bin/emojifix_packager.sh
 

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#126
You are right aspergerguy. I've corrected the code. I'm sorry but i had to write it on my N9
 

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#127
Originally Posted by violalove View Post
You are right aspergerguy. I've corrected the code. I'm sorry but i had to write it on my N9
Getting the following error:
Code:
RM696-21-3_PR_006:/usr/bin# aegis-install emojifix_packager.sh
libsms-utils0_0.5.17.3+0m7_armel.deb: OK
## Patching /usr/lib/libsms-utils.so.0.0.0
cmp: invalid option -- 'b'
BusyBox v1.20.0.git (MeeGo 3:1.20-0.2+0m8) multi-call binary.

Usage: cmp [-l] [-s] FILE1 [FILE2 [SKIP1 [SKIP2]]]

## Patching digsigsums
--- tmp/DEBIAN/digsigsums
+++ tmp/DEBIAN/digsigsums-new
@@ -1,3 +1,3 @@
-S 15 com.nokia.maemo H 40 48bcd471a8f99b0bcb5502eb7d2af32b279778c0 R 29 usr/lib/libsms-utils.so.0.0.0
+S 15 com.nokia.maemo H 40 797064a7fa7e8647b3627daec110d4a4ca337250 R 29 usr/lib/libsms-utils.so.0.0.0
 S 15 com.nokia.maemo H 40 c6e1f43e32591b4aee15db7457b1158690aef1df R 40 var/lib/dpkg/info/libsms-utils0.postinst
 S 15 com.nokia.maemo H 40 b38e7706479854fdc9b047bbfcb20deb96007b6b R 38 var/lib/dpkg/info/libsms-utils0.postrm
## Injecting patch info into package
dpkg-deb: building package `libsms-utils0' in `libsms-utils0_0.5.17.3+0m7_armel_emojifix.deb'.
tar: unrecognized option '--format=gnu'
BusyBox v1.20.0.git (MeeGo 3:1.20-0.2+0m8) multi-call binary.

Usage: tar -[cxtzjhmvO] [-X FILE] [-T FILE] [-f TARFILE] [-C DIR] [FILE]...

dpkg-deb: subprocess tar -cf returned error exit status 1
 

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#128
It's normal. Ask someone to send to you an SMS with emoticon, you will receive it!
If you want to see the emoticon, instead of a rectangle, you will need harmoji http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php?t=86704.
I didn't try it, but from what i've understand the 0.6.6 is the most stable version https://code.google.com/archive/p/harmoji/downloads

Thanks lfc22, i will update my previous post with those info.
 

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#129
Originally Posted by OVK View Post
Now, this is strange. I have noticed that if I receive a SMS that contains character 2 (number two) it is displayed as character 6 (number six). Anyone else having this problem?
I had exactly the same problem, also the automatic services didn't work for me, but I fixed it somehow. First I disabled emojifix by installing libsms-utils0_0.5.17.3+0m7_armel.deb, then I installed libsms-utils0_0.5.17.3+0m7_armel-mod.deb again and it all started working properly (with no 2-6 swap)
 

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#130
Originally Posted by kempus5 View Post
I had exactly the same problem, also the automatic services didn't work for me, but I fixed it somehow. First I disabled emojifix by installing libsms-utils0_0.5.17.3+0m7_armel.deb, then I installed libsms-utils0_0.5.17.3+0m7_armel-mod.deb again and it all started working properly (with no 2-6 swap)
Thanks for the info. I have to test if I can make this work too. Did you install from terminal or with debinstaller application (though I think that should not make any difference...).

So to clarify: first you installed the original binary and then the modified binary?
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