Correct T-Mobile UK APN setting


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  1. GingaB

    GingaB Well-Known Member

    Hi guys I wondered if I have the correct APN settings for T-Mobile UK. So if any of you on T-Mobile let me know if mine is correct. I got it off T-Mobile website but I have a nagging feeling Im missing something. Below doesnt seem to show MMS setting just the internet one. am I correct!??

    Name: T-mobile.UK
    APN: general.t-mobile.uk
    Username: t-mobile
    Password: tm
    Proxy: click to input
    Port: click to input
    Server: *
    MMSC: http://mmsc.t-mobile.co.uk:8002
    MMS proxy: 149.254.201.135
    MMS port: 8080
    MCC: 234
    MNC: 30
    Authentication type: None
    APN type: click to input

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  2. GingaB

    GingaB Well-Known Member

    I think I got it now...

    Name: T-mobile.UK
    APN: general.t-mobile.uk
    Username: t-mobile
    Password: tm
    Proxy: click to input
    Port: click to input
    Server: *
    MMSC: http://mmsc.t-mobile.co.uk:8002
    MMS proxy: 149.254.201.135
    MMS port: 8080
    MCC: 234
    MNC: 30
    Authentication type: None
    APN type: default

    Name: T-mobile MMS
    APN: general.t-mobile.uk
    Username: t-mobile
    Password: tm
    Proxy: click to input
    Port: click to input
    Server: click to input
    MMSC: http://mmsc.t-mobile.co.uk:8002
    MMS proxy: 149.254.201.135
    MMS port: 8080
    MCC: 234
    MNC: 30
    Authentication type: None
    APN type: mms

    If its incorrect please let me know :)
  3. EddyOS

    EddyOS Well-Known Member

  4. GingaB

    GingaB Well-Known Member

    I found something better. Just before manual i clicked on phone settings it asked for my number. Once I typed my number in it had my phone's detail plus the APN settings so i put that down. Thanx Eddy.
  5. EddyOS

    EddyOS Well-Known Member

    Yeah that was the other way but not being on T-Mobile I didn't wanna risk it ;)

    Take it it's working now?
  6. GingaB

    GingaB Well-Known Member

    Well sending message wasnt a problem before. Im trying to eliminate what is causing my messaging app to froce close...
  7. EddyOS

    EddyOS Well-Known Member

    APN wouldn't cause it to close
  8. GingaB

    GingaB Well-Known Member

    Yeah well I had 2 try it! Have you read my other thread on mms froce close?? Its doing my head in! I also got a new replacement sim card tonight. Do you think that might be a cause?
  9. EddyOS

    EddyOS Well-Known Member

    No, it's a software issue but as to what I've no idea. I'd go back to 100% stock and try again. If it works, then root and flash a new ROM from scratch (not a nandroid) and don't restore any back ups as they could also be the root of the issue
  10. GingaB

    GingaB Well-Known Member

    Im not sure if its software related cos this issue has followed me from stock sense but It has gradually gotten worse on MIUI. Ive tried everything except looking at telephony app_parts database file which I cant find on root explorer. I understand I need to be S-OFFed to get to it. Is there any other way to access that file??

    BTW Ive not nandroided at anytime and I dont back up anything other than my contacts through google sync. All apps are re added again from the market cos I only have under 20 apps. Dont know what else I can do? I am starting to run out of options now :(
  11. GingaB

    GingaB Well-Known Member

    I wonder if I could use ADB to access telephony/app_parts database file?? If so what command lines should I use?? I just want to delete the file to see if that corrects the mms force close issue. There are so many unexplained answers on the net its doing my head in!!
  12. SUroot

    SUroot Well-Known Member Developer

    You could use it to edit its properties, move it from place to place etc but I doubt you'd be able to open it and manipulate its data. ADB is a cut down linux command line utility. Its the equivelant to a PC command prompt. You can do stuff with the file but you can't open the files without their associated application.
  13. GingaB

    GingaB Well-Known Member


    I just want to delete any corrupted files within app_parts database. Have you got any ideas how I can do that?
  14. EddyOS

    EddyOS Well-Known Member

    What you're on about changing is part of a ROM, it's not hardware related
  15. GingaB

    GingaB Well-Known Member

    Hmm ok. I noticed something in the dailer storage last night. Bear in mind I dont have any messages or mms saved. Dailer total shows 289kb, application shows 145kb and data shows 144kb. I tried to clear data but they shoot back up to 144kb. ON my friends Desire the application shows 0kb. Perhaps this is causing mms force closes!? What you think?
  16. SUroot

    SUroot Well-Known Member Developer

    If you have titanium, try wiping [sms / mms prefs]
  17. GingaB

    GingaB Well-Known Member

    Didnt work. Intially it seemed to work data was showing 0kb but a different type of force closes (android.acore) started so I powered down and turned it back on hoping it would correct the problem. Which it did but data shot back to 144kb. Hmm

    Could you check to see what is showing on your phones dailer storage? What is total/application/data showing?
  18. SUroot

    SUroot Well-Known Member Developer

  19. GingaB

    GingaB Well-Known Member

    Ok thats the total. What about the application size itself??
  20. SUroot

    SUroot Well-Known Member Developer


    Thats the data. What will the application size help? I have a different version to you anyway
  21. GingaB

    GingaB Well-Known Member

    To be honest I dont know what Im doing Ive tried everything else! This sms force close is really starting to grate on me! Ive just changed the stock MIUI kernel to Vorkernel Xmas edition. Not sure if it will resolve the problem but at least my wi fi conncetion seems stable now.
  22. rude1408

    rude1408 New Member

    Worked for me:D

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