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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
go to applications and scroll down to orange and then scroll to get settings then when messages r recieved choose save or install
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
Is your internet and text messageing for incomming and outgoing working? If it is you will need to contact your carrier and let them know...they will collect some information from you and send it off to thier engineers to have your issue fixed...it might be something as simple as you need the correct feature or settings on your account adjusted. Also if it's unlocked...there's no guarantee that the internet will work on another carriers network therefore it limits what other features you can use...such as mms (which is one part internet and one part text message). Good luck
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
I have had a similar problem when I first got my unlocked phone. I have T-mobile as well, and once they find out you have a phone device not purchased by them, they are not very helpful - they will give you their default mms settings(same ones listed on their site). I tried those settings and they did not work on the particular unlocked phone I had. I did some extensive web searching and came across a few settings that worked with my phone. I will list them here. Hope they work for you!
*MMS Settings: Home URL - http://184.108.40.206/servlets/mms
*Protocol Type - WAP
*WAP IP Address - 220.127.116.11
*GPRS Access Point - wap.voicestream.com
*GPRS Username - Leave Blank
*GPRS Password - Leave Blank
*Authentication Type - normal
*T Zones - http://wap.myvoicestream.com
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
Usually, mms has settings like gprs. Therefore these settings needs to be set on your phone by your Internet service provider, on request.
In my country, mms and gprs phone setting are usually sent automatically by internet service providers immediately you insert your sim card into a phone that has mms & gprs. And these internet service providers are also the network providers.
For instance, if your network provider is Zain, MMS & GPRS settings must be from Zain because that's the network you are using. These settings are as follows: IP Adress (eg. 172.018.254.005), homepage (e.g wap.uk.zain.com), port (1902) and so on....
So check if the above are intact on your phone as this is the only thing that can make your mms work.
Go to message, under message, look out for mms settings and you will see what I am talking about.
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
Usually, when a smartphone won't properly send or receive MMS, it's because you have too many messages stored. This is not, however, always the case. Try toggling 'airplane mode' on and then off on your phone. After turning it back off, your phone will reinitialize connections with your carrier. This usually solves my problems.
Posted on Aug 03, 2011
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