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Unfortunately, no. The landlord has not waived their right to rent for the month.
However, the texts and email correspondence that you have is going to prevent the landlord from claiming any late charges or interest for the non-payment. (However, if you fail to pay following the landlord's most recent demand/follow up, the landlord can reasonably charge late fees and interest according to your lease terms based on that demand).