1. bftiedt's Avatar
    As some of you may know AT&T has been blocking iphone users from sending MMS . We were able to use swirly for a while and the all of a sudden it stoped! We now cant send or recieve any mms. Some have reported being able to send again after getting a new sim form AT&T but after a few messages it is blocked again. Im not sure how they are blocking this but if someone can figure it out and make a patch I would be willing to donate as I know alot of others who want their swirly back would do the same!
    2008-03-25 07:31 AM
  2. c5ya's Avatar
    I asked a friend to send me an mms earlier today. Well I just got a mms tonight. It took about 10 hours to get it, but i did get it.
    2008-03-25 08:38 AM
  3. bftiedt's Avatar
    most all of us just get errors .. it wont even send
    2008-03-25 03:03 PM
  4. bftiedt's Avatar
    anyone??
    2008-03-26 07:21 PM
  5. Poseidon79's Avatar
    I have been running version 0.3.2 successfully since it's release on AT&T. If you go to the swirly forum you can download that version and SSH it onto the phone... Just keep the existing installation but replace the files inside the app folder with the 0.3.2 stuff. (That's what i did after I upgraded to 0.3.3 and started having problems with receiving) Test it out and let me know you come up with.
    2008-03-26 07:25 PM
  6. yankeesrule's Avatar
    anyone have setting`s for cellular one ? i have data package on my plan i can surf the net on the iphone,but i dont have setting`s for mmsc, thank you
    2008-03-26 07:40 PM
  7. bftiedt's Avatar
    I have been running version 0.3.2 successfully since it's release on AT&T. If you go to the swirly forum you can download that version and SSH it onto the phone... Just keep the existing installation but replace the files inside the app folder with the 0.3.2 stuff. (That's what i did after I upgraded to 0.3.3 and started having problems with receiving) Test it out and let me know you come up with.
    what plan do u have? Do u have unlimited family messaging?
    2008-03-27 06:10 PM
  8. e1allen2's Avatar
    I too need the mms settings for a jailbroke iPhone on Cellular One. I have tried http://mmsc but it returns an error.

    Thanks in advance.
    2008-03-29 05:41 AM
  9. j3st3r's Avatar
    I have been running version 0.3.2 successfully since it's release on AT&T. If you go to the swirly forum you can download that version and SSH it onto the phone... Just keep the existing installation but replace the files inside the app folder with the 0.3.2 stuff. (That's what i did after I upgraded to 0.3.3 and started having problems with receiving) Test it out and let me know you come up with.
    Where is version 0.3.2 on the swirly forum....can't find it
    2008-03-29 06:35 AM
  10. Poseidon79's Avatar
    I have 5 phones on my plan... family plan with family unlimited messaging.
    2008-03-29 06:35 AM
  11. irajames1176's Avatar
    I too need the mms settings for a jailbroke iPhone on Cellular One. I have tried http://mmsc but it returns an error.

    Thanks in advance.
    Same here! I've searched all over on the net and can't find the right proxy setting for cellular one?
    2008-04-01 12:24 AM
  12. bftiedt's Avatar
    anyone please!!!
    2008-04-04 06:49 AM
  13. m3thodandr3d's Avatar
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    Last edited by m3thodandr3d; 2008-04-04 at 07:12 AM.
    Please hit the thanks button if I helped you out
    2008-04-04 06:55 AM
  14. bftiedt's Avatar
    Just to clarify this, you cannot create a patch for AT&T users for swirlymms. You need the correct messaging plan to send and receive mms. For more information on getting the proper messaging service, take a look in the AT&T section of the forums.
    obviously your not on att and dont know what going on... AT&T is somehow blocking ppl with iphones from sending mms messages. even if you have family plan with mms packages you cant send .. im asking for someone to figure out how they are blocking iphones , if its by sim , phone number, imei,ect... and make a patch to get around it
    2008-04-04 07:03 AM
  15. m3thodandr3d's Avatar
    Oh, lol I misunderstood what you were asking. They know that you are using an iPhone by the IMEI and if you are activated on EDGE, it tells the network what browser you are running. Even still, you wouldn't be able to apply a patch to avoid them blocking you. As long as you have edge activated they will be able to tell what kind of phone you have.
    Please hit the thanks button if I helped you out
    2008-04-04 07:06 AM
  16. bftiedt's Avatar
    i think there maybe more it than that also bc i got a new sim from them ab a week ago and poped it into my old blackjack and i got the same message i got on my iphone.. but i put my moms sim in my phone and it would send them via swirly then
    2008-04-04 07:12 AM
  17. m3thodandr3d's Avatar
    That sounds odd. I know when you send data transmissions on edge, the receiver can tell what browser you are using. I'll try to look into this for you and find out exactly how and why they block it.
    Please hit the thanks button if I helped you out
    2008-04-04 07:15 AM
  18. bftiedt's Avatar
    alright man sounds good if you can get on aim i would like to get your thoughts on this att thing ill try to send you a message vai aim in a few mins to see if your on
    2008-04-04 07:23 AM
  19. Chase817's Avatar
    well my problem is that i dont have mms activated on my at&t plan
    http://modmyi.com/forums/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=303541&dateline=12514  03473
    2008-04-04 08:02 AM
  20. e1allen2's Avatar
    I have two phones, the iPhone(8gb original (JB)) and a Blackjack II. Am able to send/receive MMS on the BJ II, but the iPhone, not so much. When I had Swirly MMS installed, I could receive an MMS, but not be able to retrive them.

    Tried using the ip address I received when using SMS, but when using an ip address, there isn't a proxy.

    MMSC: mmsc.dotson.net (this seems to be acceptable)
    Proxy: 172.23.1.158:8800 or 9201
    APN: cellular1(seems to be acceptable) or cellularone or cellular1wap or cellularonewap

    So if someone is able to determine the proxy, it may work.

    Am new to this, but hope this helps.
    2008-04-20 01:53 AM
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