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Topic # 89261 29-Aug-2011 20:27
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I've got a parallel imported HTC HD7 which sometimes doesn't seem to be able to send or receive MMS

I can get MMS messages from my brother in Australia but not my girlfriend on 2degrees

Any clues on what I should do?

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  Reply # 513647 29-Aug-2011 20:37
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Can you send PXT (MMS) to your own mobile number from your mobile number?


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  Reply # 513651 29-Aug-2011 20:39
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Nope, it just says "Can't send message. Try again"


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  Reply # 513659 29-Aug-2011 20:53
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Note that Windows Phone doesn't have MMS configurations - it comes pre-configured for the network where it was first connected.

You can search for a HTC configuration app in the marketplace and see if they have the Vodafone configuration available.

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  Reply # 513660 29-Aug-2011 20:56
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Its in the HTC hub

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  Reply # 513666 29-Aug-2011 21:09
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Hmm, I've tried running that but am still having the same issues

Thanks anyway!

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  Reply # 513917 30-Aug-2011 13:44
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  Reply # 514048 30-Aug-2011 19:44
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That worked!

Can now send and recieve MMS to 2 degrees


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