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Wannabe Geek

#1361 13-Apr-2004 11:39
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I'm wondering if anyone knows an accessible MMSC that supports CDMA phones. Openwave has a gateway/MMSC server that can be used for testing, but unfortunately it only supports GSM, and so far we failed to find any others.
Thanks in advance!

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Uber Geek


#4958 21-Apr-2004 17:15
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Very crude, but maybe you can hack this: Diary

I use it so instead of sending my MMS to the Vodafone MMSC, my PXT gets posted directly onto my website. Rather cool and works well.

Not quite what you're looking for, but if you can hack php you might be able to get it to do what you want (or contact the author who's pretty helpful)

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Ultimate Geek

#4965 21-Apr-2004 21:36
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so how does openwave MMS , be diffrent from say the vodafone MMS?

i used a friends GSM phone from asia , which had openwave MMS , lokoed the same as my tx95c cdma , and it wouldn't work with vodafone mms settings.



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Wannabe Geek

#4999 23-Apr-2004 06:32
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MMSDiary looks awesome, and it might come in useful one day. Sadly we are concerned mostly with sending messages to CDMA devices as opposed to decoding and receiving them.

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Master Geek

#5098 27-Apr-2004 10:47
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It is impossible to get the MMS message to connect to any other MMSC than Telecom. This setting has been imbedded in the handset factory settings and can not be changed by customers.


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Wannabe Geek

#5204 28-Apr-2004 09:19
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Right, we are not trying to do that. We just need an accessible MMSC (or at least wap push gateway) on the CDMA network, so that we can connect to it using a wireless SDK or phone simulator, and send MMS messages (or wap push with URL pointing to file with encoded MMS message). There's no interoperability between GSM and CDMA MMS, so we can't use Openwave's test servers.

So far no luck finding it :(

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