for any of you who are on AT&T or having trouble getting the cellular data network menu, check out the short guide I wrote on how I got MMS working.
Seems to me my battery life has decreased, but that was yesterday when I was changing my APN all day and sending out test pics...
Today, I'm doing just fine so far on battery life.
Thanks to everyone for their hard work on getting MMS working. It was a major disappointment not to have this, until now.
Hopefully we can resolve this resolution issue.
Regarding the battery issue, I was wondering if those complaining about reduced battery life have solved the "settings don't stay" problem using a mobileconfig from benm.at. A (silly perhaps) thought came to my mind: When you use a mobileconfig Visual Voice Mail settings are also enabled. For most carriers that don't support it, could the battery drain be caused by the fact that the phone constantly tries to communicate to a VVM server using the APN specified in the VVM settings?
I will later try to create a carrier bundle file with all the settings in it instead of using a mobileconfig and see if the battery drain is the same.
I've tried all the setting i could find MMS is enables and it says sending but it never completes the sending just hangs there forever. Im on a 2G w/ 3.0 JB and unlocked. is there some thing imdoing wrong if i just put in my epc.tmobile.com in the apn for internet safari works great (also works with wap.voicestream.com too) i cant send or recieve any MMS. I tried the benM.at what an i doing wrong ???????
Unfortunately I can't get my iTunes to accept carrier bundles. That workaround doesn't seem to work on my Windows 7 machine
Someone at ModMyi created a carrier bundle for T-mobile USA.
Not sure if I'm allowed to link to another forum but here it goes: T-Mobile USA Carrier Bundle
Supposedly T-mobile will have their own visual voicemail service in July. Let's hope it's compatible with the iPhone.
Unfortunately I was one of the boneheads that installed this on a 3G phone. And my work seems to now be blocking iPod/iPhone update thru iTunes. And I don't have internet access currently at home.....so I haven't been able to do a restore in the traditional way as has been described in the forums. Is there any way to have iTunes do a restore without accessing the iPod update site online?
Does installing this TMobile bundle require a sync?
Or are we just using iTunes to install it?
I'm on a Mac at work that doesn't have my library, and I don't wanna sync with it.