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if i read apn using apn backup & restore wat's next?

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29th January 2010, 04:55 AM   |  #1  
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the system recognise the text as a link and it does not let me post it
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what are you trying to do?
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i wast trying to post the results that i have using apn backup & restore


i'm using apn backup & restore and then i edit the file on sd card as follow

apn name="metropcs" numeric="310012" mcc="310" mnc="012" apn="1" user="" password="" proxy="" port="" mmsproxy="wap.metropcs.net" mmsport="3128" mmsprotocol="2.0" mmsc="mms.metropcs.net:3128/mmc" type="mms"

and i see on mesages setings
name: metropcs
mmsc: mms.metropcs.net:3128/mmc
mms proxy: wap.metropcs.net
mms port: 3128
mms protocol: wap 2.0

telme wat i'm doing wrong
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I think you need root to change your APN. If I understand what an APN is.
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but how can root these phone?
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but how can root these phone?

We currently have a team of devs working on finding a method for root access (admin rights) for our phones.
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ok so for now just wayt? and wend it is ready will be posted here in the forum?
18th February 2010, 02:34 AM   |  #8  
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ok so for now just wayt? and wend it is ready will be posted here in the forum?

Yep
We will host most stuff on our own site...not public yet
But for news and updates check out the thread in my signature.
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Has anyone successfully programmed MMS for cricket using this technique?

I'm going to try mmsproxy=wap.mycricket.com and port 8080 and see what happens...
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u need to be on 2.1 and use mmszap google it and change those settings to wat ur provider is and you should be able to send out mms. i have successfully done it on crickets network..

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