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Topic # 26140 13-Sep-2008 03:40
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Ive been tryign to send mms ringtones pictures videos, with my SPV C550 but i keep getting error the size I SPECIFIED is at 100k So i went to settings and it only allows me 30k or 100K and reg tweaks aor anything i can do to send larger files please?!

anyway to change the setting of 100K in the registry? or soemthing?
 i can't even send a ringtone to my friends or family! there must be away to increase this setting? these are the steps i've taken and the max is 100K

MMS Settings
MMSC Settings
max sending size 30k or 100k

Any help would be greatly appreciated... Ive searched google high and low and yet to find an answer!!

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  Reply # 164138 13-Sep-2008 04:02
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that i'm not sure of .. i know 2 years ago when i contacted t-mobile they had no clue how to set this phone up so i was on my own  in setting up the whole mms networking, and once i finally got it i sent them the directions on how i did it.. do you see anything here that maybe i could edit to make it work? the max size you see is 100k because thats all the spv allowed me either 30K or 100K.. thats why i'm here hoping there is a reg tweak? or something?

thanks alot for the reply.. and sorry for double post.. wasn't sure where to post this.

How to configure Smartphone for T-Mobile

 - (MY MODEL ORANGE SPV-C550) This may also work with other SPV models, c500,e100, e200, and newer models, if from the U.K and an orange network phone unlocked for T-mobile.


Go into data connections, Start, settings, data connections.

Internet choose t-mobile
Work connection - choose automatic
WAP connection - choose T-mobile
Secure Wap Connection - Automatic
Choose menu - options
Redial attempts-3
Idle disconnect after - 10 minutes
My desktop connects to - the Internet

Hit done, hit menu, edit connections, dialup connections hit joystick-delete everything hit done, VPN connections hit joystick-delete everything hit done
Proxy connections, delete everything, then menu, new,
Connects from -the Internet,
Connects to - WAP network,
Proxy (name:port) -,
Type - WAP,
Username\password - EMPTY. Hit done. Hit done

Should be back to connections use joystick select gprs hit joystick delete everything,
Then choose menu add
Connects to - the Internet,
Access point - wap.voicestream.Com,
Primary dns -,
Secondary dns -,
Ip address - Empty,
hit done

Next go to to home screen,(this may be different on your spv, just look for similar steps to finding your mms settings)

Mine is ----> From homescreen, start, more, configurations gprs authentication - choose PAP authentication, hit ok then choose MMS Settings, select the following...Retrieve Immediatelly, no. Of attempts 3, photo resolution original resolution. Then hit menu, MMsc settings hit joystick under mmsc settings delete everything, then under mmsc settings it should be blank use joystick choose menu new,
Name - PictureMessaging,
Wap Gateway -,
Port - 8080,
Connect Via - Wap Network,
Max sending size - 100k,
Wap Version- Wap 2.0, hit done under mmsc settings should have one selection named pictureMessaging and should be check mark in front of it, if not use joystick choose menu then set as default.
Next Internet exploer, start Internet exploer, use joystick hit menu, under options use joystick hit connections select -automatically detect settings. Then use joystick select network- Wap Network

And  that's required for my SPV on tmobile.


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