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Discuss MMS on 2G (os3.0) with default SMS/MMS app at the iOS 3.x (iPhone OS 3.x) - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by thawaxshop Ok ive been trying to get this to work, i have ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by thawaxshop View Post
    Ok ive been trying to get this to work, i have the @g iphone (im with ATT) and i dl'd and installed the activateMMS app and rebooted and all, but it doesnt work. And there is no settings in general>network for anything
    http://www.hackint0sh.org/forum/f207...htm#post424125


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    Quote Originally Posted by guifilizzola View Post
    Ok now what do i enter for the web APN and the MMS apn and such? I have this..


    Cellular data:
    APN
    username
    password


    MMS:
    APN
    username
    password MMSC
    MMS proxy
    MMS max message size
    MMs UA Prof URL

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    has anyone checked if the battery issue is the same turning off mms in settings-messages?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dragonaut View Post
    has anyone checked if the battery issue is the same turning off mms in settings-messages?

    good question

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    I tested with mms off and in 8 hours of standby time with only a couple of sms sent, I'm down to 82%, which is slightly low but seems not as worse as others.


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    whatever was patched in CommCenter for this hack, it kills my battery very fast, 8hrs and 0 %

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    Quote Originally Posted by netkas View Post
    whatever was patched in CommCenter for this hack, it kills my battery very fast, 8hrs and 0 %
    It's not just MMS on the 2G that's draining battery life, 3.0 in general seems to be sucking up juice: iPhone users harangue Apple over battery life

    "Users are reporting battery issues that it runs out very quickly," said Aaron Vronko, the CEO of Michigan-based Rapid Repair, a firm that fixes iPods and iPhones and sells parts for do-it-yourselfers. "It sounds like a problem with iPhone 3.0 [and having] some of its features turned on."

    Vronko, who posted one of the first teardowns of the new iPhone 3GS on launch day, June 19, suspects that it's not the battery itself, which is nearly identical to the one found in the older iPhone 3G.

    "I don't think it's a hardware issue," he said, "but some interaction within the software that's not quite working as intended. Something is really draining the battery." Another teardown, done by iFixit, noted that the iPhone 3GS's battery is just 6% more powerful than the battery in its predecessor.

    "After updating to [iPhone] 3.0 the battery life is very short. It consumes 5%-10% an hour," claimed an original iPhone user identified as "ukfasthands" in a message posted on Apple's support forum June 17.

    "I too have experienced severe battery depletion issues since updating to 3.0," echoed Donald Cowan in another message posted on Apple's support forum. "Normally get 5 days or so with my 1st Gen iPhone in standby, but now lucky to get through the day. From a communication point of view my iPhone is now a liability."
    If 3G and 3Gs are having battery problems 2G phones will feel it even more.
    Last edited by RiqTosh; 07-07-2009 at 04:20 PM.

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    after deinstalling activatemms2g pkg iphones battery live longer

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    Quote Originally Posted by netkas View Post
    after deinstalling activatemms2g pkg iphones battery live longer
    is it true that mms keeps working after uninstalling?

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    I finally got this to work on my bros 16gb with rogers in canada.
    After doing the activate mms through Cydia there was no "cellular data network" tab.

    In the end i had to upload the carrier bundle to the phone through itunes ( iClarified - iPhone - How to Enable Carrier Bundle Support in iTunes 8.2 (Windows) ) , I had to use the Rogers 5.0 ipcc.

    After uploading the new ipcc file to the iphone the "cellular data network" tab appeared with the correct settings for Rogers.
    Now mms works fine , can send and receive MMS with no problems.

    Found this video on youtube , click the more info to find the ipcc file for Rogers.
    YouTube - iPhone 3.0 mms working rogers/at&t/ (iPhone BETA 3)


 

 

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