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Topic # 107380 10-Aug-2012 15:44
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I was trolling thru the help screens on the Skinny site and came across this bit relating to APNs on SGS3

"You will now see a screen with ‘Edit access point’ at the top. Now we need to edit the values to the correct Skinny settings. Unless specified below, leave other fields as ‘not set’ (blank) or with the existing values from Telecom XT, they don’t need changing!

• Change name to Skinny
• Change APN to wapaccess.co.nz (do not include the http:// prefix)
• Change MMSC to http://mms.mmsaccess.co.nz

That’s it - all done. We suggest at this point that, just because, you switch your phone off and turn it on again."

That tells me you have MMS working??

http://support.skinny.co.nz/app/answers/detail/a_id/333/related/1




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  Reply # 670945 11-Aug-2012 11:15
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old3eyes: I was trolling thru the help screens on the Skinny site and came across this bit relating to APNs on SGS3

"You will now see a screen with ‘Edit access point’ at the top. Now we need to edit the values to the correct Skinny settings. Unless specified below, leave other fields as ‘not set’ (blank) or with the existing values from Telecom XT, they don’t need changing!

• Change name to Skinny
• Change APN to wapaccess.co.nz (do not include the http:// prefix)
• Change MMSC to http://mms.mmsaccess.co.nz

That’s it - all done. We suggest at this point that, just because, you switch your phone off and turn it on again."

That tells me you have MMS working??

http://support.skinny.co.nz/app/answers/detail/a_id/333/related/1


Not yet I'm afraid.  The reason for the delay is that we had it in test but found some issues it wasn't possible to fix that meant that we have had to go back and redesign parts of the solution.  

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  Reply # 701659 15-Oct-2012 17:47
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Hey there, just wondering if there is any update on this?
Thanks for your time.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 702333 17-Oct-2012 09:44
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pdkm: Hey there, just wondering if there is any update on this?
Thanks for your time.


Hi we're still working on it.  One part of the solution is dependant upon a platform upgrade that is scheduled for early November which is why it is taking so long.  Cheers Paul.

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