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    i installed the cydia activate mms2 app,changed my cellular network to Unsupported Browser instead of having Internet2.com. Search Engine, Portal, Directory, Business Intelligence, Dynamic Content Solutions Provider, News, Headlines. Search Millions of Sites. and it kept the settings for cellular and mms fine and sent mms all good now... yea!!!!!!


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    I lost my ability to go to the network data settings

    How can I get it back?

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    Anyone figure out the crappy picture thing yet

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    Arrow change carrier bundle?

    I have installed the mms2 app and I have the little cam icon, I can't get the apn settings to work tho.

    I've noticed that I loose another little hack to allow a battery gauge. Is there any way to change the settings of the carrier bundle using a plist editor?

    I also notice that if you add a boolean of video-camera in the M68AP.plist you enable the video camera, but the camera itself stop working. Just something interesting I think is worth taking a look at.

    anyways, I'm in Dominican Republic, carrier is orange.

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by craig_16 View Post
    For people who require different APNs for their mobile data and their MMS, there may be a fix for you. I am on a Polish network which requires different APNs and I am able to send MMS and browse the internet. This is what I did:

    1. Install the Cydia package "ActivateMMS2G" and reboot
    2. Go to help.BenM.at on your iPhone
    3. Go to the second Mobileconfigs link, the one that allows you to create a custom Mobileconfig
    4. Enter your MMS APN (i.e. mms.plusgsm.pl) for both of the APN fields (Mobile Internet and Visual Voicemail) and enable tether. My network requires no username or password, if yours does, you may need to enter those as well.
    5. Press generate, install it, press OK, then reboot RIGHT AWAY. Do not check the settings!!!
    6. Go to settings > General and scroll down to profile. If it says 2 (or more) profiles, delete/uninstall the one(s) that are not called "help.benm.at" (i.e. delete all but the one you just installed). If it only says help.benm.at, skip to step 8.
    7. After deleting the other profiles, go back to help.BenM.at and repeat steps 3-5. The first time you try to install it, it may fail or hang while installing (it did for me anyway) if this happens, press the home button, reopen Safari, then try again, it should work.
    8. Once your iPhone has rebooted, go to Settings > General > Network > Cellular Data Network. Your MMS APN should be present in every APN field.
    9. Fill in your MMSC and MMS Proxy. Once again, my network has no username or password, so I am not sure if you should add this here or during step 4... Experiment!!
    10. Reboot your iPhone.
    11. Open Messages and try to send an MMS. If it fails, check your settings are correct.
    12. If it is successful, go back to Cellular Data Network and change your Cellular Data APN to the one appropriate for your network.
    13. Test your data connection.
    14. Test your MMS.

    This fixed it for me. It seems that the MMS APN can only be the APN included in the Mobileconfig, whereas the data APN can be anything. Let me know how it goes.
    Yes this work for me thanks a lot !!!!

    Im using Digitel en Venezuela

    my MMS settings are:

    APN:expresate.digitel.ve

    MMSC: http://mms.412.com.ve/servlets/mms

    proxy MMS: 213.26.205.1:80

    my cellular Data

    APN: gprsweb.digitel.ve
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    Digitel y Movistar
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    Quote Originally Posted by craig_16 View Post
    For people who require different APNs for their mobile data and their MMS, there may be a fix for you. I am on a Polish network which requires different APNs and I am able to send MMS and browse the internet. This is what I did:

    1. Install the Cydia package "ActivateMMS2G" and reboot
    2. Go to help.BenM.at on your iPhone
    3. Go to the second Mobileconfigs link, the one that allows you to create a custom Mobileconfig
    4. Enter your MMS APN (i.e. mms.plusgsm.pl) for both of the APN fields (Mobile Internet and Visual Voicemail) and enable tether. My network requires no username or password, if yours does, you may need to enter those as well.
    5. Press generate, install it, press OK, then reboot RIGHT AWAY. Do not check the settings!!!
    6. Go to settings > General and scroll down to profile. If it says 2 (or more) profiles, delete/uninstall the one(s) that are not called "help.benm.at" (i.e. delete all but the one you just installed). If it only says help.benm.at, skip to step 8.
    7. After deleting the other profiles, go back to help.BenM.at and repeat steps 3-5. The first time you try to install it, it may fail or hang while installing (it did for me anyway) if this happens, press the home button, reopen Safari, then try again, it should work.
    8. Once your iPhone has rebooted, go to Settings > General > Network > Cellular Data Network. Your MMS APN should be present in every APN field.
    9. Fill in your MMSC and MMS Proxy. Once again, my network has no username or password, so I am not sure if you should add this here or during step 4... Experiment!!
    10. Reboot your iPhone.
    11. Open Messages and try to send an MMS. If it fails, check your settings are correct.
    12. If it is successful, go back to Cellular Data Network and change your Cellular Data APN to the one appropriate for your network.
    13. Test your data connection.
    14. Test your MMS.

    This fixed it for me. It seems that the MMS APN can only be the APN included in the Mobileconfig, whereas the data APN can be anything. Let me know how it goes.
    Thank you so much!
    You saved me man!

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    has anyone figured out why the Cellular Data menu will not show up, or the camera in the Messages app on AT&T??
    Last edited by eikcuhc; 06-30-2009 at 06:20 AM.

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    ok, here is what i have on tmobile for mms and internet

    settings->general->network->cellular data network

    cellular data->apn->wap.voicestream.com,user&pw empty! i did have internet2 before but would not stick with mms setting. seems to work fine with wap now!!

    mms->apn->wapvoicestream.com
    mmsc->216.155.174.84/servlets/mms
    mms proxy->216.155.165.50:8080

    eveything else i left emepty!! good luck with the settings! i had no probs with the cellular data network setting before i install activemms2!

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    Quote Originally Posted by henry View Post
    Wow this worked like a charm!!!
    I've been trying to figure out how to fix this for one whole day!
    Thank you!!
    Quote Originally Posted by cjmz View Post
    Yes this work for me thanks a lot !!!!

    Im using Digitel en Venezuela

    my MMS settings are:

    APN:expresate.digitel.ve

    MMSC: http://mms.412.com.ve/servlets/mms

    proxy MMS: 213.26.205.1:80

    my cellular Data

    APN: gprsweb.digitel.ve
    I can also attest that this sudo-hack worked for me. Big Thanks craig_16! Now I have two APNs for my settings. I'm on T-mobile USA and these are my settings:

    Internet APN: internet3.voicestream.com

    For MMS

    APN: wap.voicestream.com
    Username: (blank)
    Password: (blank)
    MMSC: http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc
    MMS Proxy: 216.155.165.50:8080
    MMS Max Message Size: (Blank)
    MMS UA Prof URL: http://www.apple.com/mms/uaprof.rdf


    I have not tested image quality after using the apple UA Prof URL. I guess I'll test it later with some friends.
    Last edited by RiqTosh; 06-30-2009 at 08:34 AM.

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    Default cellular data

    same here, cellular data doesnt show up in settings/general/network...tried to reboot it like 5 times and reinstall the app


 

 

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