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brockmo 11-17-2007 07:27 AM

Telus HTC P4000 MMS developments?
I have read some mention of this on this forum, but I was wondering if there have been any developments regarding the fact we do not have MMS support on our Telus HTC P4000's. My friend got a basic Motorola Razr V3C (on Telus) and even he has MMS. Why don't we? Has anyone found the server IP's or whatever addressing is needed for MMS on Telus? Isn't it kind of an absolute joke we don't have MMS? Is there any reason why we don't?

rawr 11-18-2007 11:24 AM

i've been waiting for this too... i think there was someone working on it, but i haven't heard anything in a while.

brockmo 11-19-2007 06:23 AM

Yeah, I mean if a dinky Motorola V3C Razr can do it, then our phone sure as hell should be able to easily be hacked up to do it. Pretty bizarre that Telus would strip MMS functionality out of their WM ROM. In the WM6 upgrade why didn't they add mms functionality... all it is is addressing and such, no? Since all other HTC Tytn/Kaiser etc phones have this functionality in their roms.

alex_electro 11-19-2007 09:58 AM

I'll surely look like a damn idiot...But wath is MMS so i seen this misterious three letters many times on this forum while i was here to look for other info.
I think it can be a good idea to get our thread regarding to canadian telus users....
We are many more users of telus service than it appear in here.
Thank for funny answer.

brockmo 11-19-2007 06:22 PM

Hey Alex, MMS = Multimedia Messaging Service. Basically an evolution of your standard SMS (text message). With MMS, you can send picture, audio, video as if it were a text message. For more info: http://www.gsmworld.com/technology/mms/whatis_mms.shtml

alex_electro 11-20-2007 11:35 AM

Thank for that answer. But now i want it lol another quest for my device lol When will i begin to use it instead of making it kick-ass device....
Forgive my english expression, i'm one those froggy guy.

brockmo 12-03-2007 03:59 PM

Still nothing on this eh? So lame how Rogers/Fido publicly release the IP's and addresses of their MMS servers but Telus does not. Regardless, since Telus does offer MMS with other phones (Razor V3C I know for one) you'd think someone could somehow sniff the data stream off one of the phones that support MMS and grab the IP/server address that way? I guess in order to do that you'd need a data sniffer program ON the phone and I don't think I've ever seen that... still... there has to be a way!

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