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    Quote Originally Posted by Oli Tinsley View Post
    its simple use hiapn to make a backup then connect your phone to the computer and open mot partition then open the hiapn backup with notepad and delete the apn now in another window open the cricket apn with notepad and copy it and paste it inside the now empty hiapn backup file ( do not delete the whole file! ) only the apn inside and replace it! Hiapn needs to keep the file name in order to recognize it! Save and close now disconnect you phone and open hiapn and delete apns and restore, that's it. If that doesn't work for mms then your mms was never working when you flashed your phone!

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    Did all this and it did not work. Oh and btw, MMS worked perfectly on the 605(GB) sbf as well as in Liberty3 v2.0(GB based on 605) so it did work before I flashed my phone
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    So I sbf'd back to 605 to verify again that mms did work and as I knew it did again work. I have used your settings and they don't work. I'm beginning to believe that crickets systems are incompatible with ICS. I could go to a store but they're not very helpful because most of the employees didn't even know what a custom ROM was when I went once before.

    I may just give up on ICS
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    If Hiapn isnt asking to reboot after you try to delete the apns then you need to check your root, thats the only reason it wont asked because you need superuser permissions to use Hiapn to make changes. Get root checker from the market and check if your root is still intact. I'm on the Droid three and I have been using ICS for at least 5 months and AOKP and CM9 seems to be the MMS friendly when using HiAPN. LOOK!
    Last edited by Oli Tinsley; 04-16-2012 at 10:36 AM.

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    Hiapn worked. The apn settings didn't. I grabbed cm9 and planned on trying it. Will flash it and post back
    Last edited by Stephen Proffitt; 04-16-2012 at 10:38 AM.
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    Well I dont have a DX handset so I cant help you there but I do have a EVO 4g and Moto D3 and the APN setting I posted works on both of them with AOKP and CM9 ICS. Someone should start a post with APN settings for specific handsets that are flashed to Cricket and work for Talk Text and MMS for all the phones that they have working with it.

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    I have CM9 beta on my DX n will try n get mms working on it n update.

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    omg of all the people I don't expect to post on my thread, I get cm dev team. <3 PlayfulGod. You became my hero after the CM7 port to the LG Optimus C. If you need any specific testing, hit me up :-)
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    Nice to see a CM dev working on getting MMS to work on other networks HiAPN works if the apn settings are the right ones try it out and post your results.

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    So I'm using CM9 and unfortunately the settings for HiAPN still aren't working. I've used the settings provided by Oli and MMS still is not working on my Droid X. While the X and D3 are similar, they are not exactly the same.


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    Reflashing CM9 04/03/12 because I didn't pay enough attention and do enough homework. Will edit this post with findings.
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    I'll see of it works tomorrow after I flash Gummy.

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    Ok so I have it narrowed down to why it doesn't work except in Go SMS. If you manually enter the user profile URL, it works perfectly in go SMS. It seems the stock app cannot read this properly in some cases. Being that I only have the X to test this on, I need someone else to confirm. Also, in the mmsc, I had to enter "http://mms.mycricket.com/servlets/mms?mdn=xxx_xxx_xxxx" where as you replace the Xs with your phone number. I used port 8080 in the mms port. Also 3g doesn't pick up if wifi is on so send with it disabled.


    Again here's a workaround:

    GoSMS settings> advanced>mms settings
    Check "fill user profile URL manually" and use the following:
    /servlets/mms

    Then check Fill APN Settings Manually and use the following:
    Mmsc = http://mms.mycricket.com/servlets/mms?mdn=xxx_xxx_xxxx
    Mms port =8080
    mms proxy =wap.mycricket.com

    This fixed my problem while running CM9. Will test on gummy later.

    Edited for correctness
    Last edited by Stephen Proffitt; 04-17-2012 at 12:58 PM.
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    Nice job glad to see you got it working

    Sent from my XT862 using Tapatalk

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen Proffitt View Post
    Ok so I have it narrowed down to why it doesn't work except in Go SMS. If you manually enter the user profile URL, it works perfectly in go SMS. It seems the stock app cannot read this properly in some cases. Being that I only have the X to test this on, I need someone else to confirm. Also, in the mmsc, I had to enter "http://mms.mycricket.com/servlets/mms?mdn=xxx_xxx_xxxx" where as you replace the Xs with your phone number. I used port 8080 in the mms port. Also 3g doesn't pick up if wifi is on so send with it disabled.


    Again here's a workaround:

    GoSMS settings> advanced>mms settings
    Check "fill user profile URL manually" and use the following:
    /servlets/mms

    Then check Fill APN Settings Manually and use the following:
    Mmsc =
    http://mms.mycricket.com/servlets/mms?mdn=xxx_xxx_xxxx



    Mms port =8080
    mms proxy =wap.mycricket.com

    This fixed my problem while running CM9. Will test on gummy later.

    Edited for correctness
    I installed GoSMS Pro just to see if your settings worked on Droid3 and you are on the money my friend!


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    Awesomesauce. Now only if this would work for the stock app
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    it doesnt work for the MMS on the end though only the one thats in the middle with the hand

    ---------- Post added at 08:20 PM ---------- Previous post was at 08:17 PM ----------

    I like how customizable this is and I think I'm going to make this my system app and disable the stock one, its not all that great

 

 
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