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Master Geek


Topic # 91595 16-Oct-2011 21:06
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Hey all,

I have a Motorola atrix on XT. I have updated to gingerbread and I now can't access my MMS.

I have tried re-entering my APN's from the details on geekzone and other sites. No luck.

Does anyone have any ideas? When I rang telecom they managed to hang up when transferring me after being on hold, and talking to a person who was reading from scripts for 15-20 min. Not all that keen to ring them again.

Cheers
Brendan 

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  Reply # 534099 16-Oct-2011 22:12
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  Reply # 534157 17-Oct-2011 08:26
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That is the same as what we have on Geekzone.

Have you sent a MMS from your handset before? How is it not working?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 534177 17-Oct-2011 09:38
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I received one a while ago, but this was before I upgraded to gingerbread.

I don't use picture messaging much, but my sister had a baby and so is sending through updates now. I don't really want to have to log in online every time.

I tried heading over to the http://www.unlockit.co.nz info... Reading the android set-up details & I can't see where to enter the "MMS Protocol: WAP 2.0" setting.

 

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  Reply # 534180 17-Oct-2011 09:42
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It may not have it on gingerbread.. just ignore it..



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  Reply # 534187 17-Oct-2011 09:58
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I tried it, didn't work. Frown 

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