I have a Samsung SGH-D900i and Im with AT&T, and cant get online or send/recieve MMS. Says that WAP is disconnect? Tried to call them no help at all, couldn't even send internet settings!! Is there anyone out there that can help me???!!!??
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Connection name: Internet GPRS Data bearer: GPRS Access point name: wap.cingular User name: Prompt password: No Password: Authentication: Normal or Secure Gateway IP address: 22.214.171.124 Homepage: http://device.home Connection security: Off Session mode: Permanent
AT&T MMS settings:
Connection name: Multimedia Data bearer: GPRS Access point name: wap.cingular User name: Prompt password: No Password: Authentication: Normal or Secure Gateway IP: 126.96.36.199 Homepage or MMSC URL: http://mmsc.cingular.com Connection Security: Off Session Mode: Permanent
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
Hi Kim, Contact your provider and ask them to send you there WAP and MMS settings, usually when you recieve theese you switch off your phone, power it back up and YOU need to send a picture to activate the MMS settings with your provider. Good Luck!