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Topic # 26855 5-Oct-2008 22:40
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I just found this on cydia. Anyone have any luck with getting this 2 work?

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  Reply # 169234 6-Oct-2008 09:13

Yeah it works great.

Use the settings below.


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  Reply # 169236 6-Oct-2008 09:17
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thanks :-D

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  Reply # 169238 6-Oct-2008 09:19

Same here, working fine - same settings as above

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  Reply # 171775 17-Oct-2008 11:28
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cranz: Same here, working fine - same settings as above

I myself have been able to sucessfully use these settings and SMMS too.

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  Reply # 171864 17-Oct-2008 21:09
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The creators of this application ,introduced a bug in the latest 1.2.7 version regarding the APN setting. Have you left MMS-APN empty? It must be defined in 1.2.7 but that will be fixed in 1.2.8...
Does it solve your problem?

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  Reply # 171894 18-Oct-2008 05:29
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Sorry I didn't make myself very clear.
updating to 1.2.8 That version supports an empty APN setting, which became broken in 127.
Do you get the green m in 128 then?

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  Reply # 172644 21-Oct-2008 22:37
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If you go to your mms then click the I  down the bottom left and then click 3 times on the gallery picture it will take you to an option to email your mms log files to the creator. email address would be and hopefully he can help with your settings.
You do need to put the APN setting in the 1.2.8  sorry it's the 1.2.7 you dont need to put apn setting.
In the 1.2.8 put it APN


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  Reply # 177961 14-Nov-2008 12:31
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i just downloaded a cracked version of it. have to do some weird stuff to set it up. reading it in cydia i think i remeber texts will cost 10 cents. anyone know if under the cracked version they will be free?

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  Reply # 177992 14-Nov-2008 14:22
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texts will cost what vodafone charges 50c iirc. Cracking the app means you don't have to pay the developer $5 for a license and free updates, woo hoo big spender. But yes, fyi, the 1.2.8 crack works with 1.2.9.

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  Reply # 178302 17-Nov-2008 08:02
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DrU: i just downloaded a cracked version of it. have to do some weird stuff to set it up. reading it in cydia i think i remeber texts will cost 10 cents. anyone know if under the cracked version they will be free?

Dont actually need to crack this app, if your feeling cheap you can keep getting a 14 day trial licence and no you dont need to reinstall the app or anything like that.

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