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Topic # 87571 1-Aug-2011 16:41
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Hello

I can not receive or send MMS on my phone, had settings sent to my phone etc and tried doing it manually.
Had worked once before then changed some settings when i took phone to Ozz then when i got back to NZ tried putting old settings back and still no luck.
Does anyone know what i could do or has a similar issue??

cheers

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  Reply # 500459 1-Aug-2011 17:11
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So I found, You have to make sure (packet)data is enabled.

If you only use it when you need it, and get a MMS inbetween.. you won't get the image etc.

In such a case you need something like APNdroid to rename your data APN so it doesn't work, while letting the MMS APN info remain active.

Failing that, Check there is 2 APNs in the network settings. One for WAP, other for MMS:

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



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  Reply # 500722 2-Aug-2011 11:43
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GREAT THANKS FOR THAT! seems like i can send them so i am guessing i can receive them to now... thanks alot.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 500727 2-Aug-2011 11:54
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stlkhr: GREAT THANKS FOR THAT! seems like i can send them so i am guessing i can receive them to now... thanks alot.


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