Getting Android Messages web for any Device:
In this post we will discuss about Getting Android Messages web for any Device with root. The long-awaited Android Messages for web client has started to roll out today. It lets you send text messages from your PC via a web browser like Chrome, Firefox, Safari, UC, Microsoft Edge etc.
It’s totally free to use and supports emojis, sending images, syncing messages, and notifying you of new messages. The web client has a beautiful Google Material Design theme and even a dark theme. There is a tutorial below about Getting Android Messages web for any Device or how to enable Android Messages for web so you can send SMS from your laptop or desktop, but if you haven’t received the feature yet and are dying to try it out, we’ve got you covered. Here’s how to forcefully enable the feature right now on any rooted Android device.
Follow the following steps:
- download and install latest android messages apk v3.3.043 from here
- then download and install Preferences Manager from play store on your device .
- open Preference Manager and do the below steps.
- if android messages in your device have come as a system app click three dots and click show system apps.
- find Messages and click on it.
- swipe left/right untill you tab named PhenotypePrefs.xml
- now search for Multi and set true to two option shown in screenshot below.
- now search for override and set both properties to true as shown in screenshot below.
- now force close the android message app.. DONT OPEN IT YET
- connect your phone to adb and type the following commands.
adb shell su am start -n com.google.android.apps.messaging/com.google.android.apps.messaging.ui.ditto.DittoActivity
- Alternatively if you have any terminal emulator app on your device you can run following commands
su am start -n com.google.android.apps.messaging/com.google.android.apps.messaging.ui.ditto.DittoActivity
Here are few screenhsots that will help you how to set or configure. Follow the above steps & these screenshots.