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  1. #1
    Senior Member
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    Join Date
    Nov 2011
    Lincoln, NE
    HTC Evo 3D

    Anycut: MMS fix for no-proxy flashes

    Hey, just thought I'd share this, although it's probably already pretty well-known. There's a nice little free android application called "anycut" that's great for fixing MMS settings on the Motorola Droid (also works on most Verizon android devices I've tried it on). Flashing these phones with the latest CMDA workshop is a breeze, but MMS seems to be an ongoing issue. Anyway, grab anycut from the market (I keep an .apk on my flashing station so I can load it on my phones with ADB to save time), and follow these simple steps:

    Open the App Drawer and tap "Anycut"
    Tap "New shortcut"
    Tap "Activity" and wait for list to load
    Swipe list down to "APNs" and tap it.
    Press "OK" to confirm
    Press Home button and you should see the APN shortcut. Tap it.
    Tap Verizon
    Change the MMSC to

    Tap Menu and "Save"
    Reboot phone and test MMS
    Tap, hold and drag APN shortcut to the Trash to remove

    I find this a lot easier than using APNbackupRestore, seems like most people are using that method. This doesn't require me to move files between my computer and the SD card, and seems to save a me a good bit of time. Give it a shot, I've been using this for a long time.

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  3. #2
    Junior Member
    Points: 262, Level: 5
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    Join Date
    Mar 2012
    Eagle Pass, TX

    it doesnt work. wats the original thing on the apn for verizon

  4. #3
    Wrecked Johnson

    1 out of 1 members liked this post.

    depends, what kind of phone you got?



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