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#89652 6-Sep-2011 20:18
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I'm after the MMS (APN) settings for internet/mms for my HTC Sensation. 

I have checked various forums and all have different settings.

Can someone who actually has a HTC Sensation on Telecom XT please let me know what the correct APN Settings are so I can send/receive pxt. ( I can currently get internet and send text but woudl like all the setting you have if you dont mind).

I have tried the settings from other Android phones and other HTC models but i'd like the correct settings from someone that actually knows it works.. not thinks it will work.

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Also.. this phone was purchased overseas and is running
Android Version 2.3.3
HTC Sense Version 3.0
   

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  #517729 6-Sep-2011 20:20
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  #517735 6-Sep-2011 20:26
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Thanks.. i'll try that.


When i was playing earlier. there was a blue dot on the right hand side..

Which of the 4 of these should i have highlighted?

Many Thanks. :)      

 
 
 
 




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  #517750 6-Sep-2011 20:49
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No joy with these... I done another search and these are different to another later post you make...
I'll ring telecom again tomorrow and see if i can get the correct settings and i'll post them here.  

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  #517845 6-Sep-2011 22:57
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The link to the XT Network/APN settings Mauricio has provided you is correct. Either you are inputting the settings wrong or it is a software issue with your phone. i.e I know some AT&T firmwares don't allow you to use different APN settings. Ensure mobile network is turned on under settings also.

Otherwise look at doing a hard/full reset, start fresh and input settings again.



 



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  #517960 7-Sep-2011 09:52
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Ok maybe its pilot error. 

The problem is the headings dont match exactly what is on my phone or they are in a different order which is why i'm a bit confused.

Do I create all 4 or just use the MMS and Internet settings?
If I do create all 4 then which one do i have the blue dot selected next to?
  

     

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  #518032 7-Sep-2011 11:25
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Out of the box a Telecom Sensation uses TelecomDefault & TelecomMMS

Below is exactly as it is on the Sensation out of the box:

Name: TelecomDefault
APN: wap.telecom.co.nz
Proxy: Not Set
Port: Not Set
Username: Not Set
Password: Not Set
Server: Not Set
MMSC: Not Set
MMS Proxy:
MMS Port: Not Set
MMS Protocol: WAP 2.0
MCC: 530
MNC: 05
Authentication Type: Not Set
APN Type: default,hipri

Name: TelecomMMS
APN: wap.telecom.co.nz
Proxy: Not Set
Port: Not Set
Username: Not Set
Password: Not Set
Server: Not Set
MMSC: http://lsmmsc.xtra.co.nz
MMS Proxy: 210.55.11.73
MMS Port: 8080
MMS Protocol: WAP 2.0
MCC: 530
MNC: 05
Authentication Type: Not Set
APN Type: mms

Hope this helps

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  #541665 6-Nov-2011 12:40
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I to am having the same issues with an HTC Sensation purchased in Australia.

I have used the settings supplied on this site and thought I had solved the issue.

MMS/Photos that I had received were able to be downloaded where as previously they could not be down loaded.

However I could not receive a new MMS/photo from a friends phone or an MMS from an Iphone that I sent myself.

I did receive an MMS from a Friend in Australia.

Any help would be appreciated.

Both Telecom and HTC can not assist.

Regards

Zane

 
 
 
 


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  #541904 7-Nov-2011 08:43
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Have you tried to send a MMS first? I believe that you cannot receive a MMS until you send one.

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  #544589 12-Nov-2011 14:28
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First of all thanks for your help.

Unfortunately that did not work.

I have since been informed by HTC that the phone I have is incapable of receiving some MMS in NZ, which doesnt exactly delight me.

Mysupplier in Aus is not replying to my emails so I am stuck with a very expensive phone that is not capable of all functions.

If you or anyone else out there can assist I would sincerely appreciate it.

Regards & Thanks

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  #544603 12-Nov-2011 15:37
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What did HTC say exactly regarding the MMS? Can they tell you WHY it won't work in NZ or is it an answer when they cannot figure out how to fix/set up on their own phone?

Does AU have anything like the NZ CGA? where if the retailer can't/won't help you (if the phone is not fit of purpose) you can go to the distributor etc.



 

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  #544777 13-Nov-2011 12:40
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  #544779 13-Nov-2011 12:46
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Thanks

Can not remember exactly what HTC said but they basically acknowledged that the phone would not receive MMS in New Zealand as it was set up for Australian networks, even though I speciffically asked for it to be available on all networks and unlocked.

HTC say that I have to work through the supplier and they are "assisting" with this.

The supplier has not returned my email.

There is an Australian Consumer group which I will be contacting very shortly.

If anyone else has any ideas they will be appreciated.

Regards & Thanks

Zane

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  #544930 14-Nov-2011 01:24
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Had my own issues with MMS a little while back.

This may or not be useful but worth a go

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumId=39&topicId=72732

Cheers

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  #545353 14-Nov-2011 20:48
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Steve

Many Thanks.

However it was unsuccessful.

Tried sending a photo to my work IPhone.

I have no lights beside the two APN's now.

Does it matter which APN you set up first.

I have entered mms space + space internet

Regards & Thanks

Zane

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  #545384 14-Nov-2011 21:59
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Have you tried your SIM in another handset to ensure MMS works from a network prospective?

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