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  1. Gutman's Avatar
    that is not accurate.
    May I ask why it says it?

    It seemed unbelievable to me however, I waited to install it until I was sure.
    2009-06-28 07:52 PM
  2. illyb2000's Avatar
    have been told by O2 that as i am pay as you go Iphone 2G user MMS cannot be added to my account "there is no way to do this". Looks like i have to put up with the text directing me to the website.
    I told them about using another handset and they told me to send MMS to 1010 from that handset; which i did and got a reply stating that i was using Iphone 2g even though the sim was in another handset - Samsung
    2009-06-28 07:52 PM
  3. brandinho's Avatar
    does anyone have iblacklist installed as i think they may conflict with one another. If I turn i blacklist off in sbs settings my sent mms send no problem with it turned on it crashes.
    2009-06-28 07:52 PM
  4. Pcpro745's Avatar
    Yeah thats wierd, I installed it anyway
    2009-06-28 07:53 PM
  5. illyb2000's Avatar
    It was a charm, finally I got MMS on my iPhone 2G
    This was great finder, really awesome..

    I would like to thanks to the community especially to geniusan for making this dream come true. You guys are great, hats off

    Keep the good job for the community of iPhone 2G
    please advise how u did this, thanks
    2009-06-28 07:54 PM
  6. brandinho's Avatar
    have been told by O2 that as i am pay as you go Iphone 2G user MMS cannot be added to my account "there is no way to do this". Looks like i have to put up with the text directing me to the website.
    I told them about using another handset and they told me to send MMS to 1010 from that handset; which i did and got a reply stating that i was using Iphone 2g even though the sim was in another handset - Samsung
    I think o2 are disabling this as i had it working before with swirly when i was on 2.2 firmware. Once i sent a message to 1010 i now get teh website as they set it up for me as a 2g owner there must be a way to reset it i think.
    2009-06-28 07:57 PM
  7. illyb2000's Avatar
    worked for me also on 2.2
    2009-06-28 08:00 PM
  8. Lemony Vengeance's Avatar
    Ok, fals alrm with me peeps. I'm on US T-mobile and am able to get the picture messaging icon in my messaging app, but am not able to send/recieve mms. I can send a message to myself but when I send it to another phone, the other phone never recieves it. I don't get any type of message on my phone after it's "Sent".
    2009-06-28 08:01 PM
  9. phreakwenci's Avatar
    Whoa whoa... Wait. WE GOT THIS WORKING? What hack on cydia? the iSpazio one? What are the exact steps and can we put it on a new thread once it's confirmed?
    2009-06-28 08:02 PM
  10. Pcpro745's Avatar
    my phone says it sent it but the phone i send to never gets it, and if i send a message from the other phone it never comes to my phone, Think its because i got swirly installed too??
    2009-06-28 08:03 PM
  11. Decon Meiou's Avatar
    I am on T-mobile USA.

    I can confirm mss is working, both sending and receiving, and the internet has continued to work on wap.voicestream.com. I used the cydia package and updated carrier settings.

    NOTE: The mss settings in messages will ONLY show after you've input the mss apn settings as stated by an earlier post.

    P.S. This mms business should show apple not to insult the intelligence of its user base by stating mms would not work on the iphone 2g.
    2009-06-28 08:05 PM
  12. Pcpro745's Avatar
    Ok, fals alrm with me peeps. I'm on US T-mobile and am able to get the picture messaging icon in my messaging app, but am not able to send/recieve mms. I can send a message to myself but when I send it to another phone, the other phone never recieves it. I don't get any type of message on my phone after it's "Sent".
    same here
    2009-06-28 08:05 PM
  13. tekwiz's Avatar
    Someone asked about iBlacklist. I have MMS working fine. blacklist is installed however, I installed it AFTER the patch...and now I am finding that it will NOT save numbers in the blacklist at all.

    May I ask why it says it?

    It seemed unbelievable to me however, I waited to install it until I was sure.
    I don't know, typo maybe?

    Tmobile users having issues sending, what network is the phone you are sending to on? Does your plan include picture messaging? More details please.
    Last edited by tekwiz; 2009-06-28 at 08:09 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
    2009-06-28 08:09 PM
  14. Pcpro745's Avatar
    EDIT! Removed swirly mms and mines working


    internet seems to be working fine with wap.voicestream.com too
    Last edited by Pcpro745; 2009-06-28 at 08:14 PM.
    2009-06-28 08:11 PM
  15. ddfilms's Avatar
    I just changed my APN to wap.voicestream.com, it's interesting to see that T-Mobile seems to have opened all port via that APN (before they blocked the hell out of everything, hence the reason for the proxy hack).

    Anyway, I sent an MMS to myself and it sent fine (without the 5 minute lag some are reporting) and promptly received it (of course, the image was scaled down).

    Working Steps (T-Mobile USA):

    1) Install the hack via Cydia (Reboot)
    2) Settings -> General -> Network -> Cellular Data Network and tap Reset Settings
    3) Reboot
    4) Settings -> General -> Network -> Cellular Data Network and input wap.voicestream.com for both APNs and use these settings:

    MMS APN: wap.voicestream.com
    Username: [Leave blank]
    Password: [Leave blank]
    MMSC: http://216.155.174.84/servlets/mms
    Proxy: 216.155.165.050:8080
    MMS Max Message Size: [I left it blank]
    MMS UA Prof URL: [I left it blank for now]

    5) Reboot
    6) Settings -> Messages and check that MMS Messaging is on.

    You should now be able to send picture messages. No need for the carrier update.

    Here is another T-Mobile USA MMS settings:

    [MMS] APN: wap.voicestream.com
    Username: [Leave blank]
    Password: [Leave blank]
    MMSC: http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc
    MMS Proxy: 216.155.165.50:8080

    Side note: Does anyone know if this guy has PayPal? I am definitely donating!
    did the same and for some reason mine still fails to send.any ideas?
    2009-06-28 08:14 PM
  16. Hitone's Avatar
    As I said in a previous post I have got everything apparently set up correctly but cannot get the APN settings to all stick.

    I am on Orange UK which includes MMS all be it at 30p a post...

    I can now receive MMS no problem and the resolution is fine.

    Suggestion have been made that the Cellular data APN must match the MMS APN in order to make the settings stick - in the case of Orange the Cellular APN is 'orangeinternet' and the MMS APN settings is given as:
    APN: orangemms
    Username: Orange
    Password: Multimedia
    MMSC: http://mms.orange.co.uk
    MMS Proxy: 192.168.224.10:8080
    MMS Max Message Size: <blank>
    MMS UA Prof URL: <blank>

    So they obviously cannot match

    Any suggestions please
    SORTED

    Downloaded profile config which reset all my settings - MMS worked 1st time but killed my Cellular settings so had no Internet useage.

    Simply changed the Cellular APN back to Orangeinternet and the rest of the settings seem to have stuck.
    2009-06-28 08:16 PM
  17. Dimit's Avatar
    Why won't my internet work anymore??? Does anyone know of a hack to get it working?? MMS works fine, but no internet anymore.
    2009-06-28 08:17 PM
  18. Lemony Vengeance's Avatar
    EDIT! Removed swirly mms and mines working


    internet seems to be working fine with wap.voicestream.com too
    I never had swirlyMMS installed....
    2009-06-28 08:18 PM
  19. tekwiz's Avatar
    did the same and for some reason mine still fails to send.any ideas?
    got swirlyMMS installed?
    2009-06-28 08:18 PM
  20. Pcpro745's Avatar
    i still have tzones, So when i tried wap.voicestream.com it worked fine
    2009-06-28 08:18 PM
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