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Default Internet and MMS APN both working - Do I need to keep switching between?

Hi There,

Sorry if it's been answered but thread searches yielded only similar but not
definitive answers.

I'm running American Cyanogen 7 ROM April 10 version on my HD2.

Everything works perfectly except for the fact that I need to switch between MMS APN and Internet APN when I want to do either task.

I seldom send MMS' but would like to know whether I'm doing something wrong or is it just something we have to live with?

eg. I've got my data connection on, running the internet. If I want to send an MMS at that time, I then need to enter settings and change my APN to Optus MMS.

note: Once again, nothing wrong with my APN settings individually but wondering if I've missed a step where they both work in tandom?

Thanks in advance,
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Look at "apn type"
In the data one, it should be "default,supl " or perhaps "*" or maybe just "default"
It should not say mms in there.

Now in the mms one,(and the prob is likely to be here since you shouldn't be able to select an mms apn manually) it should ONLY say "mms"
When you change it to just say mms, the radio button showing it is selected should vanish.
now the phone will know to use one for data and one for mms automatically.
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