12-03-2012 07:01 PM
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14-03-2012 10:30 AM
Thank you for your post and it is great to see you.
Do you have difficulties receiving MMS from other contacts or in the past and have you checked that your friend has the correct contact number for you?
Please ensure that your device device is configured for MMS.
3.Scroll to and touch Settings
5.Touch MMS profiles
7.Touch the field under Set name
8.Touch the left pointing arrow to delete text already present (e.g. Connection 01)
9.Enter Vodafone MMS, touch Done
10. Touch the drop-down below Bearer type
11. Touch Packet data
12. Touch the field under Access name
For Pay monthly customers: wap.vodafone.co.uk
For Pay as you go customers: pp.vodafone.co.uk
14. Touch Done
15.Scroll to and touch the drop-down arrow below Auth type
16. Touch Normal
17. Touch the field under User ID
18. Enter wap, touch Done
19.Scroll to and touch the field under Password
20. Enter wap, touch Done
21.Scroll to and touch the drop-down arrow under Protocol
22. Touch HTTP
23.Scroll to and touch the field under Home URL
24. Enter http://mms.vodafone.co.uk/servlets/mms, touch Done
25.Scroll to and touch the field under Proxy address
26. Enter 212.183.137.012:8799, touch Done
27. Touch Save
28. Touch Vodafone MMS.
14-03-2012 06:43 PM
20-03-2012 02:01 AM
I have checked, and my friend has confirmed that they do not usually have problems sending MMS messages to other people.
However, under normal circumstances, how should I receive these types of message? As I've got the phone set to "Auto Download" should it just appear in my 'Inbox' like an SMS? The reason I ask is because obviously you can set the phone to 'Manual' download and I wondered how the messages would be received in those circumstances - would you have to connect to the server for the phone to download any waiting messages?
I should point out that I did actually ask for a delivery report to be returned when I sent my original MMS message but this has never been received either. Is there a way of finding out whether the delivery report and message are actually waiting to be downloaded from the server?
Any further assistance or advice on what the problem is would be much appreciated as always.
21-03-2012 12:04 AM
Thanks for the update. OK, well, I haven't been using the phone on Wi-Fi anyway, but where I live is only in a 2G area so that might explain it. However, I have used my phone in areas where there is a 3G signal since the message was sent to me, and this hasn't made any difference.
Like I said in my previous post, I don't know how to "try receiving the message", so would like clarification on that point. Do I have to connect to the server for the message to be downloaded? If so, how do I do this?
Also, while my phone is fairly new, the SIM card is quite old, so could this be the reason - can older SIM cards not handle MMS messages?
Can anyone please provide some answers to these questions.
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