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Topic # 99178 14-Mar-2012 05:31
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I recently purchased a China iPhone and I cannot get the MMS to sent or receive messages can someone help me with this.  

It is driving me CRAZY!!!

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  Reply # 594908 14-Mar-2012 06:42
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Get rid of the fake iphone and get a real one

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  Reply # 594922 14-Mar-2012 08:13
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johnr: Get rid of the fake iphone and get a real one


I think what John is trying to say is that although we can certainly help you with a real iPhone, a fake one could look like anything and so we have no idea what to do in order to configure it. All I can tell you is that you need to ensure the settings (however you put them into this device) are:

APN: mms
WAP Gateway/Proxy: 118.148.1.118 port 8080
MMSC: http://mms.2degreesmobile.net.nz:48090/
Max message size 300000 bytes

You will probably also find it helpful to have data roaming and autodownload while roaming enabled if you spend more than a trivial amount of time outside 2degrees coverage.

Sorry I cannot be more specific than that, but the Chinese look-a-likes are all different and all have bespoke OSes that all look & work differently. 




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  Reply # 594979 14-Mar-2012 10:37
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Can you not buy real iphone's in china?
Could be a real one.





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  Reply # 594984 14-Mar-2012 10:38
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hamish225: Can you not buy real iphone's in china?
Could be a real one.


I'm sure you can. But why would you? 




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  Reply # 594993 14-Mar-2012 10:46
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Gidg: I recently purchased a China iPhone and I cannot get the MMS to sent or receive messages can someone help me with this.  

It is driving me CRAZY!!!

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Are you able to enter these settings - http://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/iphone ?

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  Reply # 594997 14-Mar-2012 11:00
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hamish225: Can you not buy real iphone's in china?
Could be a real one.


It could be a real one but the chances are high it's not

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