MMS, GPRS, and WAP settings


I’ve been using a dual sim China phone for some time and it has frustrated me for so long that I could not use it like my regular phone.  I could not send an MMS message, I could not surf on it … and only because I could not send a text to my provider indicating what model my phone was.  Thankfully, Google lead me to this page on multiply (http://jackstoys.multiply.com/journal/item/3) that shows how to input the settings manually.  After following the settings he posted there, I am now FINALLY able to send MMS and surf on my phone.  Yey!

I am reposting those settings here now, but I would like to emphasize that I got them from Jack’s Toys.  I hear he sells brand new China phones so if you want to buy a new China phone and would rather have it delivered to your house or place of work, rather than go to the mall, you can give him a call.

Here are the manual settings per network.  Please note these are only for local (Philippine) networks).

                                                                                

Network GPRS WAP MMS
Smart Go to Menu > Services > Data Account > GPRS
Select Smart GPRS
Account Name: “Smart GPRS”
APN: “internet”
Select Smart MMS
Account Name: “Smart MMS”
APN: “mms”
Exit and save settings.
Go to Menu > Services > WAP > Settings > Edit Profile
Select Smart > Edit Profile
Rename Profile: “Smart WAP”
Homepage: “http://wap.smart.com.ph”
Data Account: “Smart GPRS”
Connection Type: HTTP
Proxy Address: “010.201.061.046”
Proxy Port: “8080”
Select Activate Profile
Go to Menu > Messages > MMS > Message Settings > Server Profile
      Select Smart MMS > Edit Profile
      Rename Profile: “Smart MMS”
      Homepage: “http://10.102.061.238:8002
      Data Account: “Smart GPRS”
      Connection Type: HTTP
      Proxy Address: “010.102.061.046
      Proxy Port: “8080”
    Select Activate Profile

    

 

Sun

Go to Menu > Services > Data Account > GPRS
      Select Sun GPRS
      Account Name: “Sun GPRS”
      APN: “wap”
      Select SUN MMS
      Account Name: “Sun MMS”
      APN: “mms”
      Exit and save settings

      

 

Go to Menu > Services > Wap > Settings > Edit Profile
      Select “Sun WAP” >  Edit Profile”
      Rename Profile: “Sun WAP”
      Homepage: “http://www.suncellular.com.ph”
      Data Account: “Sun GPRS”
      Connection Type: HTTP
      Proxy Address: “202.138.159.078”
      Proxy Port: “8080”
      Select Activate Profile
Go to Menu > Messages > MMS > Message Setting > Server Profile
      Select Sun MMS > Edit Profile
      Rename Profile: “Sun MMS”
      Homepage: “http://www.mmscenter.suncellular.com.ph”
      Data Account: “Sun MMS”
      Connection Type: “HTTP”
      Proxy Address: “202.138.159.078”
      Proxy Port: “8080”
      Select Activate Profile
Globe Go to Menu > Entertainment > Services > Data Account > GPRS
      Select myGlobe WAP
      Account Name: “myGlobe GPRS”
      APN: “www.globe.com.ph”
      Select myGlobe MMS
      Account Name: “myGlobe MMS”
      APN: “mms.globe.com.ph”
    Exit and save settings
Go to Wap > Settings > Edit Profile
      Select myGlobe GPRS > Edit Profile
      Rename Profile: “myGlobe WAP”
      Homepage: “http://2g.myglobe.com.ph/main/wap/main.do”
      Data Account: “myGlobe GPRS”
      Connection Type: HTTP
      Proxy Address: “203.177.042.214”
      Proxy Port:  “8080”
    Select Activate Profile
Go to Menu > PIM > Messages > MMS > Message Settings > Server Profile
      Select myGlobe MMS > Edit Profile
      Rename Profile: “myGlobe MMS”
      Homepage: “http://192.40.100.22:10021/mmsc”
      Data Account: “myGlobe MMS”
      Connection Type: HTTP
      Proxy Address: “192.040.100.020”
      Proxy Port: Enter “8080”
    Select Activate Profile

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