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Topic # 80249 29-Mar-2011 15:45
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Just sent a MMS from an iPhone on TNZ to my N1 on 2D.  It sent okay and I get it notified in Handsent and a Download icon. But when I try to download, I get Current Unable to Download. Please try again later.

Anybody know what that is caused by?

I am pretty sure all the MMS settings are correct in my phone.




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  Reply # 453179 29-Mar-2011 15:51
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I would say the MMS settings are incorrect as the handset can't download the PXT

Have you tried sending a PXT from your 2Degrees number to your 2Degrees number?

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  Reply # 453186 29-Mar-2011 16:10
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Double check your settings -

MMS Settings
WAP Gateway Port (WAP2): 8080
WAP Gateway Port (WAP1): 9201
WAP gateway IP: 118.148.1.118

Homepage: http://mms.2degreesmobile.net.nz:48090
APN: mms

More info here - http://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/settings.

Check your current APNs in General Settings and in Message Settings make sure it reflects this, i.e. APN is 'mms' or '2degrees mms'.

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  Reply # 453192 29-Mar-2011 16:32
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Turned out to be a strange condition in the phone where it was connected to wifi but not able to connect to 3G for some reason. I fiddled with the settings (not MMS ones) and got the phoe onto 3G even though I am in a wifi zone. Then the messages were send and received okay.




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  Reply # 453197 29-Mar-2011 16:59
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You should be able to stay connected to wifi while it sets up a 3G connection to send/recieve MMS. You do have separate APNs for internet and mms defined (not a combined APN type)? And only one APN of type mms?




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