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Root MMS issue after root

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by MaTiCeK, May 8, 2010.

  1. MaTiCeK

    MaTiCeK Member
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    After having rooted my Desire, it refuses to send and recieve MMS while on WiFi (with WiFi off MMS work). It says "Unable to send MMS, generic error!". I'm using the stock rooted ROM and my MMS settings are correct. Also, under APN type for the main internet APN I have set default, as it should be. I did some googling and it seems it's quite a common issue. Sadly so far, noone has resolved it and it's carrier inspecific.

    And yes, yesterday before my Desire was rooted, it used to sent MMS with WiFi just fine. Seems like a nasty bug.
     

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  2. Ronaldo

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    mms has its own APN, example "internet/wap" is for your GPRS/3G/H connection and "MMS/picture msg" will for APN for mms. Check that you have MMS APN if not manually set it up, you will need network settings info
     
  3. MaTiCeK

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    Thx for your info, but I have everything set up properly, the MMS APN is there and it works if WiFi is not connected, but as soon as I connect to a wireless network MMS doesn't work anymore.
     
  4. bigt

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    Same problem for me. I rooted and am running cyanogen and I can't send/recieve MMS messages unless I turn WiFi off.
     
  5. SUroot

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    Did you do a titanium restore? if so, go through the titanium batch and delete / wipe [sms/mms prefs]
     
  6. bigt

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    I didn't do a titanium restore
     
  7. SUroot

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    Did you do a wipe?
     
  8. bigt

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    I did, a factory reset
     
  9. bigt

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    All sorted now after alot of messing about with APNs etc!
     
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