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# 36051 18-Jun-2009 15:59
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Can anyone help me get MMS working on 3.0 on the XT Network?

I can't upload the IPCC file from (see my desperate bleatings for help here...,4.0.html) so figure I must be able to manually enter the necessary details manually through Settings -> Network -> Cellular Data Network, but am not sure what to enter from there.

The MMS fields are:





MMS Proxy

MMS Max Message Size


Can anyone advise what the value of these fields should be?

Thanks all.


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  # 226347 18-Jun-2009 17:29
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"%ProgramFiles%\iTunes\iTunes.exe" /setPrefInt carrier-testing 1

Make sure the quotes are there. the Other command (using ?%CommonProgramFiles%\Apple\Mobile Device Support\bin\defaults.exe" doesn't seem to work)


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Wannabe Geek

  # 226377 18-Jun-2009 18:25
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It just worked 100% on XT after the install of OS 3.0 didn't have to do a thing ;-)


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Wannabe Geek

  # 226399 18-Jun-2009 18:59
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The settings in my 3G are as follows:

Cellular Data APN:



MMS Proxy:

MMS Max Message Size: 614400

Everything else is blank. Hope that helps :)

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  # 226443 18-Jun-2009 21:17
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Thanks mate - that's exactly what I needed - all working now :)


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