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Default Cannot send MMS from my Desire HD :(

Hey all,
Trying to send MMS with my Desire HD and it just wont send any!!
I am using a ICS ASOPX rom, i tried cm7.2 (stable) and i was able to send one to myself, thought brilliant!

Tried to send another, just would fail/time out. Same as the ICS rom.

any idea's?

Or is my phone just crap.

Also it doesn't seem like a carrier problem, i put my sim card into a iPhone and it sent/received mms no worries
 
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I believe (don't quote me on this lol) that its a known issue on ICS/JB
Try using CM7 again and see what happens. Also what carrier are you using, which country and have you checked the MMS/APN settings?

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I am in Australia using Vodafone AU at the moment, but soon to be on amaysim (optus).

Checked my APN settings hundreds of times, entered them manually, got them off the sim, carrier website still no dice.

Hopefully it isn't a ICS/JB issue because this ICS rom kicks ass!

CM7 just feels so old

I did try it for a few hours (CM7) and it was doing the same thing.


Hoping it isn't a JB/ICS bug
 
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Turn ON mobile data and it shuld work.

Otherwise restart your device and try it again.
 
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Tried with data on/off, WiFi on/off,

Still no joy.
Flashed a different radio, still no difference
 
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I believe (don't quote me on this lol) that its a known issue on ICS/JB
Try using CM7 again and see what happens. Also what carrier are you using, which country and have you checked the MMS/APN settings?

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May be onto something.
Flashed back to stock, MMS now magically works no problems
 
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Back to stock as in an RUU? Or flashing a rooted stock ROM?

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Sony Erricson W995

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I grabbed a rooted stock ROM and MMS has been flawless so far.
Downside is....HTC sense, and android 2.3
 
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I have the same problem, perfect mms on rooted stock rom, but on Jelly Bean it refuses to send the damn message....
 
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Same here, However work fine in CM7

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