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Topic # 150027 8-Jul-2014 22:36
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Just ported my wife's Samsung GT-S5510T to Skinny but have been unable to send or receive MMS.

The devices setup page has the following options,
Set Name "Skinny MMS"
Access name "wapaccess.co.nz"
Auth type "normal"
User ID ""
Password ""
Protocol "wap"
Home URL //mms.mmsaccess.co.nz
Gateway address 210.55.11.73
Secure connection "off"
Linger time "300"

I have tried a few different variations using information from the FAQ pages but still have been unable to get the device to send out an MMS.

If someone could provide some assistance it would be greatly appreciated.

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  Reply # 1084480 8-Jul-2014 22:48
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Is there a profile called TelecomMMS? 

 

I would expect that one to work, as Skinny uses the same MMS Center as Telecom

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  Reply # 1084481 8-Jul-2014 22:53
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Try 

Set name: TelcomMMS or SkinnyMMS doesnt really matter
Access name: wapaccess.co.nz
Auth type: normal
Protocol: HTTP
Home URL: http://mms.mmsaccess.co.nz
P
roxy address: 210.55.11.73
Port 8080

Press save

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1084485 8-Jul-2014 23:09
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Thanks Yabanize,

Changing the port to 8080 has done the trick.

The phone has been on 2degrees for the past couple of years so all the old Telecom settings had been removed.

Appears to be working now.

Damon

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  Reply # 1084487 8-Jul-2014 23:10
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dirtbag: Thanks Yabanize,

Changing the port to 8080 has done the trick.

The phone has been on 2degrees for the past couple of years so all the old Telecom settings had been removed.

Appears to be working now.

Damon


Awesome great to hear :D

I got this from here by the way, http://help.telecom.co.nz/app/answers/detail/a_id/8932

 

changed them to the skinny ones, but I believe the telecom ones should work anyway

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