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    Help getting MMS working on flashed HTC

    As the topic says I am in need of a step by step of how to get MMS working on my flashed/rooted HTC INC2.

    Thanks All!

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    Thank you but that doesn't tell me how to push this info to my phone. Only the code?

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    Please take the time to THOUROUGHLY READ the post..if you cant pay attention to detail you are bound to mess things up

    Place it on your phone's SDCard under a folder called "apnbackuprestore". Then open the Android App APN Backup and Restore (included in this thread and on the Market) on your Evo. Backup the stock settings. Then delete APNs and restore the new APNs you just created.


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    The part I was having issues with is it says to put it on your sd card? Put what on my card? I know the code but in what format? File name. Extension etc

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    Use notepad on your PC and save the file as apn.xml then follow the rest of the steps and you should be good

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    OK that was the part that wasn't explained. Thanks. Ill give it a try

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    Well I can receive but it still worth send. When I look in the mms settings it still shows the Verizon info
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    yeah the incredible makes me stuggle every now and then (on mms that is
    heres a possible solution for you

    on your apnbackuprestore folder, edit the xml to look like this

    <?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8' standalone='yes' ?>
    <apns>
    <apn name="Verizon" numeric="310004" mcc="310" mnc="004" apn="internet" user="xxxxxxxxxx@mycricket.com" server="*" password="cricket" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="wap.mycricket.com" mmsport="8080" mmsprotocol="2.0" mmsc="http://mms.mycricket.com/servlets/mms?X-Cricket-MDN=xxxxxxxxxx
    " type="mms" />
    </apns>

    change the x's in xxxxxxxxxx@mycricket.com to your number and also the the x's at the bottom to your number, (note: dont add @mycricket.com to the bottom one, just replace with your number)

    then, in apn app just delete the old apns first!!! and then restore from back up.
    Hope this works for you, if not just let me know and I have another solution for you

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    It says if I remove all the apn it's will remove all data access. Will adding this back avoid that?

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    it shouldn't remove your data access. But in case that it does I can help you get it back
    And yeah adding back will avoid that.

    It always says that but you should okay
    keep me posted

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    Well that changed what shows up in the settings in the stock messaging app. BUt I still can't send a picture with it or goSMS. Anything else I should try?

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    Well I tried sending an MMS msg to my sister this morning and it went through just fine. I tried to send one again about an hour later, and nothing.

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    Hmmmm thats weird, I have one more xml thats worked for me, you can give it a shot.
    Just rename it to apnlist.xml and place in the apnbackuprestore folder on your sd.


    Hotfile.com: One click file hosting: Cricket APN .xml




    I also have one more solution but I don't like it as much because you receive doubles in the mms app


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    Just did two tests and both parties got the picture. So I think it works now. Thank you sooooooo much!

 

 
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