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Topic # 57699 22-Feb-2010 13:32
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Our family have 2 Nexus One handsets.

If we send an MMS from one to the other, it doesn't quite work. The notification turns up, and we press "download" -- but after about 10 seconds we get "download unsuccessful"

However, sending from any other handset (not Nexus one) to the Nexus one will work, and the jpg turns up.

Likewise, sending from a Nexus one to any other handset works...

It's only N1 to N1 that is failing consistently.

What can I do next? Something this phone can't parse in the SMIL? or something being munged by the MMSC for these handsets?

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  Reply # 300985 22-Feb-2010 13:43
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I know people using this handset with PXT on the Vodafone NZ network

John



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  Reply # 301004 22-Feb-2010 14:12
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@johnr yes, i'm one of them

but are they successfully sending from NexusOne to NexusOne?

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 301373 23-Feb-2010 09:28
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i've found 2 more NexusOne handsets... so, four all up

consistently a MMS sent from a Nexus One to a Nexus one will not download on the handset.

I'll hunt down 2 XT sims and see if the problem persists.

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  Reply # 301415 23-Feb-2010 10:54
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You cannot use a Nexus One on XT, if that's what you're proposing.

Edit: Unless you're in a 2100 MHz coverage area.



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  Reply # 301417 23-Feb-2010 10:57
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Heh. I'm only using XT to test MMS. Thank you for your concerns for my coverage. ;)

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  Reply # 303746 2-Mar-2010 18:14
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taniwha: Heh. I'm only using XT to test MMS. Thank you for your concerns for my coverage. ;)


yes, you need coverage before you can use XT. if your area not covered by XT 2100, you cant even send sms with it





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  Reply # 303818 2-Mar-2010 21:59
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Hey taniwha what's apn settings and are you on post paid? Causw I can't seem to make my mms to work. I also can't make 3g function tp work. It worked flawslessly when I was on prepay.

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