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Topic # 52718 7-Dec-2009 09:34
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I am informed that you cannot receive a MMS from Vodafone over WiFi, it has to come via 3G. I have my Hero defaulting to WiFi at home and when an MMS arrives I have to switch WiFi off so the MMS wil download over 3G.
Is there a way to force the use of 3G for MMS even when WiFi is normally on?

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  Reply # 280158 7-Dec-2009 21:40
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On my Hero, whenever I receive a MMS it always downloads through the 3G connection...

do you have the Mobile Data switched on all the time when at home (or do you just switch it on to receive a MMS)?

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  Reply # 280228 8-Dec-2009 05:52
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I have "Enable always-on Mobil" switched on . Because WiFi is enabled it tries to use that connection and wont use 3g until I switch WiFi off.

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