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My Nexus One Can Finally Send MMS!

After much tribulation, I finally got my phone to send MMS. It’s running on the M1 network.

I had called the helpdesk and searched the forum to no avail until a user named “trinityb4″ in the Google forum suggested a novel approach – resetting to default. After a reboot, voila!

So basically, the settings for M1 MMS are:

Name: M1 MMS
APN: miworld
Proxy: 172.016.14.10
Port: 8081
Username: 65 and your phone number
Password:user123
Server: http://mmsgw:8002
MMSC: http://mmsgw:8002
MMS proxy: 172.16.14.10
MMS port: 8080
MCC: 525
MNC: 03
Authentication type: PAP
APN type: mms

On that note, here is a link to the three telcos’ Internet APN settings on Lester Chan’s blog. For posterity’s sake, here are the settings (copied from the link):

Starhub

name: Starhub Internet
APN: shwapint
username: (blank)
password: (blank)

M1

name: M1 Internet
APN: sunsurf
username: 65
password: user123

SingTel

name: SingTel Internet
APN: internet
username: 65IDEAS (or blank)
password: IDEAS (or blank)
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