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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 88452 16-Aug-2011 15:24
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Hey guys,

Just got my Motorola Droid 3 yesterday (Verizon global edition), apparently it may be the first one in the country?

Anyway, I have set it up using the APN settings here:
http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=97&topicid=67440

Preferred network mode: GSM/UMTS
Select network: UMTS Only
Operator selection: Vodafone NZ 3G

Web browsing works fine, I can send and recieve MMS.

However, when I send an MMS, to the recipient my phone number comes up as: 3108920511

I can send a txt message to the same recipient and it will display my correct phone number.

Any ideas?

I've tried searching on the internet for an answer, I can't find anyone who has the same issue.

Searching for "3108920511" suggests that this is number originating from USA -perhaps this has something to do with Verizon global? e.g. is the phone sending the MMS via the Verizon network?

Thanks,
Erron

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 507524 16-Aug-2011 19:49
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My Fiance got a Motorola Droid 3 up to two weeks ago, and couldn't set up MMS until she found this info, it works now, but 3g internet still does not. Needs to be connected to Wi-Fi for net, still looking into that problem

Also the MMS has the same problem where it comes up as a random number instead of her actual number. But I send a pxt to her and and she sees my number, Must be the way the phone is. 



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  Reply # 507637 16-Aug-2011 23:27
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datrudaweb: My Fiance got a Motorola Droid 3 up to two weeks ago, and couldn't set up MMS until she found this info, it works now, but 3g internet still does not. Needs to be connected to Wi-Fi for net, still looking into that problem

Also the MMS has the same problem where it comes up as a random number instead of her actual number. But I send a pxt to her and and she sees my number, Must be the way the phone is. 


In a way I was kind of hoping there were others with the same issue :P

Can you confirm what "random number" the phone is sending MMS from? Trying to think if it has any relevance to my number at all.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 508656 18-Aug-2011 16:41
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The number that showed was 00001725, that's all I know at the moment

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