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Mms setting for att network

What are the setting for mms on the at&t network?

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Re: mms setting for att network

Would it not be best for you to take the phone into AT&T mobile store and have them put in the settings.

Posted on Jan 16, 2008

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1) Start>Settings>Data Connections>Menu>Edit Connections

2) Open Dial-Up Connections. Delete all Orange Settings.

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Description: mMode
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