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Hi to all, since december I can't receive MMS from people (I only receive the spot's MMS from vodafone italy...)
 
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#902
It seems that, if u install CSSU update, fmms does'nt receive messagges... is this right? it would be done something?
 
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Originally Posted by alexporta View Post
It seems that, if u install CSSU update, fmms does'nt receive messagges... is this right? it would be done something?
I've gotten several MMS from others since the update, including two today. I'm betting it's not CSSU causing it directly. It could be that your service vendor has put something in place to detect your IMEI and is now not sending you MMS because the phone officially (as launched) didn't support it. There were several operators that had to be educated to fix this when fMMS first came out.

If you can send MMS, but not receive them, I'd suspect the operator more than anything on the device.
 

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There was definitely something send to me yesterday, but I get no notifications at all with KP50, and i'm on T-Mobile DE. Not while on 2G and not while registered with 3G service. But it seems i can send...
 
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#905
You should be able to send/receive MMS even on 2G (via so-called 2.5G).

Anyway, I've tested it by sending MMS to myself (sending also via fMMS), and everything was received fine (after few minutes).

I'm using kp50 and latest CSSU-Testing.

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at least its work, 3times attempt of try and its there,

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#907
It's sounding more and more like T-Mobil DE and T-Mobil IT have both shifted to something new. I'm curious (being a T-Mobil US user), if you log into your account does it now indicate the device you're using as N900? Mine still is showing "unknown device" and no icon. If yours is now showing N900 it may be that T-Mobil in your area has finally updated it's database to include IMEI values for the N900.

I had this issue with AT&T US shortly after fMMS was setup and working. They updated their computers to know N900s and stopped sending MMS to them since technically the N900 doesn't support MMS. In AT&T's case, it would send a standard SMS instructing you on how to log into your AT&T online account and see/read your MMS online. After several calls, over a week, I got them to set the N900 up as a "dual mode" device. That means it would assume you had no MMS until you sent one. (I told them MMS support was released in a "firmware upgrade"...)

It may be you need to now do the same with your T-Mobil provider. I'm hopeful that T-Mobil USA is slow to update their info, or don't bother updating "old" Nokia devices in their database... That way I don't have to deal with this a second time.
 
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#908
I'm user of T-Mobile PL (former, Era), and everything works fine. BTW, this thing with IMEI lookup FCKN'in reminds me of disabling or enabling web services, due to user agent string... I hope that everyone getting so bright ideas will roast slowly on IT hell.

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Originally Posted by Estel View Post
I'm user of T-Mobile PL (former, Era), and everything works fine. BTW, this thing with IMEI lookup FCKN'in reminds me of disabling or enabling web services, due to user agent string... I hope that everyone getting so bright ideas will roast slowly on IT hell.

/Estel
To some degree, yes. In the case of AT&T they were actually trying to be nice. Setting up a system to notify people with devices the didn't have MMS a way to get notified and see the messages, vs just having them go off into the ether. Just turning them off with no way to view them online though is just being mean.
 

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#910
hi, i wonder if it would be possible to add function tol delete all mms messeges at once...or to choose which to delete as in sms app... it is very frustrating to delete 1 by 1 =)
 

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