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Hi, MMS seetting required for using MMS serviece(GPRS seetting and MMS setting is different). To get the MMS setting please call your service provider. They will send you the MMS setting.After you receive please save the settings to your phone. Then you can start send and receive MMS without ant problem.
Normally you'll need Vodafone to send you both the MMS and Internet connection settings. Then once received an save take your battery out of the handset without switching it off, remove your SIM for 10 seconds. Put it back together and send yourself a MMS and you should now be fully set up.
Alternatively here are Vodafone's settings:
Name: wap.vodafone.co.uk Username: wap Password: wap Authentication: Normal Data bearer: GPRS Gateway IP (proxy) address: 18.104.22.168 Session mode: Permanent Port number: 9201 MMS Message (Relay) Server URL: http://mms.vodafone.co.uk/servlets/mms/
It could be based on your location and the amount of service towers that are in your area. To send an MMS you need a good, strong connection. Try these first.
You need to set it to Vodafone in two places - first of all you need to
go into messages, then press your menu (top center) key, then go into
"inbox setup" or "message setup" (can't remember what it's called).
Then select MMS message setup, scroll down to the last option (which I
think from memory is called "server info") and make sure it's set to
use the Vodafone option.
This is in addition to making sure that "web sessions" is defaulted too.
now both those options are set, give it another go. If it still doesn't
work, give the manufacturer a call - they'll also walk you through the settings
and make sure they're correct. There may be something at their end (on
your service) which they need to change to make it work.