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palestofwhite
post Aug 29 2006, 03:55 PM
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I'm using Singtel (SP) and i do have the instructions to set my MMS. There is an option when you set the GPRS. They have the Secured WAP, WAP, the Internet and also MMS. I went from start> more > settings > connections> GPRS> Add, but under the Connects to panel, i could not find the MMS option. I lost the CD that came with the phone which had an MMS application that comes along with it. After installing JMMS, the MMS option appeared when i set the GPRS. That being said... even if i have the CD, the JMMS might not work with WM5 as i only tried it on WM2002.
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post Aug 30 2006, 05:15 AM
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QUOTE (palestofwhite @ Aug 29 2006, 11:55 PM) *
I'm using Singtel (SP) and i do have the instructions to set my MMS. There is an option when you set the GPRS. They have the Secured WAP, WAP, the Internet and also MMS. I went from start> more > settings > connections> GPRS> Add, but under the Connects to panel, i could not find the MMS option. I lost the CD that came with the phone which had an MMS application that comes along with it. After installing JMMS, the MMS option appeared when i set the GPRS. That being said... even if i have the CD, the JMMS might not work with WM5 as i only tried it on WM2002.


Try these links for SingTel settings:
http://www.ppcsg.com/index.php?showtopic=5...st&p=511615
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http://www.trendsmobile.com/main/showsecti...amp;ParentID=97
Hope it helps.
BTW, what settings are there under your GPRS menu before you add?
jMMS is definitely not compatible with WM5 cos it've tried it already.
Only the version that's posted in this thread works.
For my MPx200-WM5, under Connections>Menu>Advanced, my Secure WAP Connection is set to Automatic, meaning it'll choose from GEE MMS or GEE WAP (GPRS) whichever is suitable for the content & connection type.
You can contact SingTel helpdesk to get the MMS settings from them & you manually type it in.
In the MMS app, under Settings (6), set the "Select network:" to MMS Connection (or whatever it is called by SingTel or yourself) & configure the SingTel MMS message center (Menu>Message center) according to the setting given to you by the helpdesk.
Make sure you select the SingTel message Center before exiting.
Try sending a MMS to a friend/relative who's able to verify with you whether they received it.
Of course, you can determine if your MMs sending is successful by looking at the status symbols of the MMS message that you have sent out in the Outbox or Sent box.
Regards! smile.gif

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austex
post Aug 30 2006, 05:30 AM
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Dear members and users of MPx200, cananyone advice me on how to upgrade my MPx200 from WM2003 to WM5? dry.gif
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post Aug 30 2006, 06:08 AM
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Very little searching is required to find this post. In fact it is currently the post just below this one in the MPx200 forum.


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post Aug 30 2006, 09:26 AM
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below are the instructions i needed for me to get my MMS to work from configuring connections > GPRS.

Instructions:

1. Press Programs > More > Settings > Data Connections > Menu > Edit Connection
2. Select GPRS Connections
3. Press Menu > Add
4. Enter Description IDEAS MMS
5. Enter Connects to MMS Connection
6. Enter Access Point e-ideas
7. Enter User name 65<Your Mobile Phone no.> eg. 6591234567
8. Enter Password <Your IDEAS account password>
9. Enter IP Address 165.21.42.84
Press Done and Home button to go back to main menu.
10. Press Programs > More > Accessories
11. Select MMS Setup > Profile
12. Press the right soft key (Profile) and Edit
13. Enter Profile Name <Your preferred name> eg. IDEAS MMS
14. Enter MMSC http://mms.singtel.com.sg:10021/mmsc
15. Enter Data Connections <Your MMS Connection> eg. IDEAS MMS
16. Enter Gateway WAP 2.0 Gateway
17. Enter IP Address 165.21.42.84
18. Enter Port 9201
19. Press Done and Home button to go back to main menu.

The problem for me:

I could not get step 5. done.
There are options to select connects to Secured WAP Network, WAP Network, Work, The Internet, but not MMS connection. The MMS connection selection was available on WM2002 but is missing for my WM5.
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post Aug 30 2006, 10:02 AM
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QUOTE (palestofwhite @ Aug 30 2006, 05:26 PM) *
below are the instructions i needed for me to get my MMS to work from configuring connections > GPRS.

Instructions:

1. Press Programs > More > Settings > Data Connections > Menu > Edit Connection
2. Select GPRS Connections
3. Press Menu > Add
4. Enter Description IDEAS MMS
5. Enter Connects to MMS Connection
6. Enter Access Point e-ideas
7. Enter User name 65<Your Mobile Phone no.> eg. 6591234567
8. Enter Password <Your IDEAS account password>
9. Enter IP Address 165.21.42.84
Press Done and Home button to go back to main menu.
10. Press Programs > More > Accessories
11. Select MMS Setup > Profile
12. Press the right soft key (Profile) and Edit
13. Enter Profile Name <Your preferred name> eg. IDEAS MMS
14. Enter MMSC http://mms.singtel.com.sg:10021/mmsc
15. Enter Data Connections <Your MMS Connection> eg. IDEAS MMS
16. Enter Gateway WAP 2.0 Gateway
17. Enter IP Address 165.21.42.84
18. Enter Port 9201
19. Press Done and Home button to go back to main menu.

The problem for me:

I could not get step 5. done.
There are options to select connects to Secured WAP Network, WAP Network, Work, The Internet, but not MMS connection. The MMS connection selection was available on WM2002 but is missing for my WM5.

I'll try to dig out my MMC card bundled with the MPx200 to see if I can find the SG-Singtel.cab file for you.
This should solve your problems.
Meanwhile, if you can get your hand on a SG-XXX.cab file for other Service Provider, you can unpack the file & look for a .xml file.
Inside, you'll notice the registry settings for creating the MMS Setting entry in your profile.
Cheers!
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post Aug 30 2006, 10:14 AM
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New findings!

I need not add any GPRS connections. By selecting "advanced' in the 'connections' tab, i have all the settings set to automatic.

All i have to do is set the arcsoft MMS settings to connect to 'The Internet'.

It works fine now but maybe you should send me the Singtel files that came with your phone as well for me to try it out too.

However, is there any way i can use Arcsoft and have MMS shown on my homescreen? Like i have the SMS bar that shows the amount of SMS i have recieved at the homescreen. There used to be the MMS status bar when it was back in WM2002.

Thanks alot!
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post Aug 31 2006, 03:39 AM
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QUOTE (smeg36 @ Aug 30 2006, 06:08 AM) *
Very little searching is required to find this post. In fact it is currently the post just below this one in the MPx200 forum.

Dear Smeg36, I am having difficulty finding the three image files mentioned in the post you directed me to. Can you help and send me a site to get these image files from?
Thanks, austex (in Adelaide, Australia)
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post Aug 31 2006, 03:43 AM
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No. You should have read the Board Guidelines in order to join the forum. They strictly prohibit sharing links or files, as well as asking for, any illegal software. The WM5 ROM was never released by Motorola or Microsoft, and as such isn't legal to distribute. We will provide any technical assistance we can, but not anything illegal. Please keep future posts to the appropriate thread. This topic isn't MMS related..


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konker
post Aug 31 2006, 03:46 AM
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QUOTE (palestofwhite @ Aug 30 2006, 06:14 PM) *
New findings!

I need not add any GPRS connections. By selecting "advanced' in the 'connections' tab, i have all the settings set to automatic.

All i have to do is set the arcsoft MMS settings to connect to 'The Internet'.

It works fine now but maybe you should send me the Singtel files that came with your phone as well for me to try it out too.

However, is there any way i can use Arcsoft and have MMS shown on my homescreen? Like i have the SMS bar that shows the amount of SMS i have recieved at the homescreen. There used to be the MMS status bar when it was back in WM2002.

Thanks alot!


Here's the post you're looking for in answer to the last question:
http://www.mobilegadgetnews.com/index.php?...ost&p=54024

And the cab file for SingTel is attached here.

Cheers! biggrin.gif

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palestofwhite
post Aug 31 2006, 08:37 AM
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Thanks for all the trouble you took to get me the Singtel Cab file! Anyway i will post once i get it installed and working... However i did take note that to allow MMS count to appear on the home screen, a plugin is needed?
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konker
post Aug 31 2006, 09:45 AM
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QUOTE (palestofwhite @ Aug 31 2006, 04:37 PM) *
Thanks for all the trouble you took to get me the Singtel Cab file! Anyway i will post once i get it installed and working... However i did take note that to allow MMS count to appear on the home screen, a plugin is needed?

You should be downloading the MMS Composer cab file included in the link in this thread.
That version includes the MMS counter plugin for the home screen.
But if you have used a different home screen, then the counter may not be readily available until you select the default home screen with MMS option in the settings.
If you want the MMS counter in the custom home screen you installed, then you 'll have to open up the xml file that points to the home screen(browse to '\Application Data\Home\' in MS ActiveSync Explorer to look for the file) & include the entry for the MMS...it's only a few lines.
Copy the file to your PC & use notepad to edit the file then copy back.
That is what I did to achieve the home screen that you see in the post in this thread.
BTW, if you are still looking for a file explorer, Total Commande for smartphone is freeware & works on WM5 for MPx200.
You can download it here:
http://www.ghisler.com/smartphone.htm
Cheers! cool.gif
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palestofwhite
post Aug 31 2006, 12:23 PM
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I have my homescreen set to MSN pocket. I tried Windows Default and MSN Default but MMS did not show as well. I only installed the arcsoft cab provided from the link above. Wonder if it provides the plugins. Anyway thanks for the link for total commander... from what i see it's better than the smart explorer i'm using now... mmmmm let me try it! Thanks!
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feherhollo
post Nov 28 2006, 08:00 PM
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Can someone repost the MMS Client:

http://www.mobilnaut.cz/downloads/sw/WM/Ap...ClientENGv2.CAB
Mobilnaut.cz version...
Thanks
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post Nov 29 2006, 12:13 PM
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I really need this app.
Thanks
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post Dec 4 2006, 01:00 PM
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QUOTE (feherhollo @ Nov 29 2006, 06:13 AM) *
I really need this app.
Thanks



Try this updated link:

http://download.mobilnaut.cz/?id=174
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Antman
post Jul 28 2007, 12:02 PM
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I am unable to get the MMS working on my phone. I have tried the download link and it is no longer working. Is their an updated link or can someone send to me?
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