Banish an annoying notification on the m3100

How to disable the SMS message sent notification on the m3100 / Hermes / TyTN

this via the very useful XDA developers  Hermes Registry Hack Wiki

you’ll need a registry editor like Resco Registry Editor

navigate to

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Inbox\Settings

if you can’t see the Settings key in the Inbox folder you need to create the key called Settings (Note Case is ImPortAnT)

Within the Settings folder create a new DWORD Value with the name SMSNoSentMsg (check the case) the DWORD Data value is 1 to disable the notification (make sure the Base is Hex) and 0 to enable the notification

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2 Responses to Banish an annoying notification on the m3100

  1. alasdairford says:

    as an aide memoire you are supposed to be able to change rather than banish the notification using this :

    Use a registry editor and go to:
    HKCU\control panel\notifications\default\options
    change the dword value to whatever suits your needs.
    here are the following dword value and corresponding results:
    0 – show icon
    1 – show icon and play notification sound
    2 – show icon and vibration
    3 – show icon and vibration and play notification sound
    4 – same as 0
    5 – same as 1
    6 – same as 3
    7 – same as 3
    8 – show icon and notification bubble
    9 – show icon and play notification sound and show notification bubble
    10 – show icon and notification bubble and vibration
    11 – show icon and play notification sound and show notification bubble and vibration
    from ; http://www.pinoywindowsmobile.net/forum/viewtopic.php?p=9752

    btw I’ve not tested this :)

  2. alasdairford says:

    this alo works as a generic hack to stop / disable the message sent notification on Windows Mobile 5.0 and 6

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