I went to open an MMS (multimedia message) and the screen went black. I haven't been able to turn it on again. It can charge and the red indicator light turns on, but the actual phone wont turn on. What do I do?
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First ,you have to set the MMS messages by calling the Network Provider or Operator and ask for the MMS settings for your mobile. Second, when you receive the settings (they will be sent as text message)Save and run if you been asked to run. Third ,turn your mobile off for 2 or 3 minutes. Fourth ,turn the mobile on .The MMS messages are now activated.
It can be fixed if you keep pressing the home button repeatedly.
It will finally give you theoption to set your home default back to LauncherPro.
If you wish to uninstall the Lock2.0
Hit Go to Menu
Once in Settings you can navigateto Applications and uninstall the Lock 2.0.
Hello,please kindly start by clicking on the menu icon then you click on the message icon,after that you will see sms and mms,you then click on the mms to open up your multimedia message sender. Take care.
Go to Settings>More>Connection>Network Profiles and create a new profile. Enter these settings: Name: T-Mobile WAP Bearer: GPRS Authentication: PAP User Name: [blank] Password: [blank] APN: epc.tmobile.com 2) Go to Messages>Message Settings>Multimedia Message>Message Center, click on options and choose New. Enter these settings: Name: T-Mobile MMS MMSC URL: http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc MMSC Proxy: 216.155.174.050 MMSC Port: 8080 Connection Mode: TCP without Proxy Network Profile: T-Mobile WAP
Changing your text message settings Your KC550 message settings are predefined so that you can send messages immediately. If you would like to change the settings, you can do this using the Settings options. Press Menu, select Messaging, then choose Settings and Text message. You can make changes to: Message types - Convert your text into Voice, Fax, Paging, X.400, Email or ERMES. Validity period - Choose how long your message is stored at the message centre. Delivery report - Choose to receive confi rmation that your message was delivered. Reply charging - Choose to be billed for your message recipient’s reply. Message centre number - Enter the details for your message centre. Character encoding - Choose how your characters are encoded. This impacts the size of your message and therefore data charges. Send long text as - Choose whether to send your message as SMS or MMS when you enter a text longer than 2 pages in the message field. Bearer setting - Choose whether to send your messages via GSM or GPRS. Changing your multimedia message settings Your KC550 message settings are predefi ned so that you can send messages immediately. If you would like to change the settings, you can do so using the Settings options. Press Menu, select Messaging, then choose Settings and Multimedia message. You can make changes to: Slide duration - Choose how long your slides appear on screen. Priority - Choose the priority level of your multimedia message. Validity period - Choose how long your message is stored at the message centre. Delivery report - Choose to allow and/or request a delivery report.
My wouldn't either. I went in to "Menu"- "Messaging"-"Message Settings"- "Multimedia Messaging"- "MMS Profiles". I had 3 choices on the next screen... Since I use AT&T I checked 'AT&T MMS" My other choices were "media Net and AT&T IMS" Media net was checked but after I changed it to "AT&T MMS" I was able to start sending pictures and videos.
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Do you remember getting a hiptop account when you first got your phone?
If so , sign onto 'www.hiptop.com.au' and sign in with it. I hope you
know your account details. Your username should be what your hiptop
email address was. Once you're signed in you should find all of your
contacts ,etc on that site.
Check your multimedia message settings for your SMS/MMS app. Check to see if its set to only download a certain limit. You might be set to something less than 1 MB. Can you receive normal text messages?
When you receive the message with id and password, it usually means that either your phone is not multimedia messaging compatible or your account is not provisioned with the actual multimedia messaging feature itself. If unable to send or receive a picture message (MMS), troubleshoot accordingly: