Factory unlocked on 3.0 and no MMS or thethering!

Rip

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As the title says.

Big disappointment.

I'm on T-Mobile in the UK, which has no tethering restrictions.
 

Ripple

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Thought there was something wrong with my download. Had no problem with the download, but does appear that I don't hav MMS.
 
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If you are on the AT&T network(I am) I know that mms will not be supported by AT&T until late summer " MMS

Send MMS messages and include video, photos, audio, and contact info.2 Even tap to snap a picture or shoot a video right inside Messages.MMS support from AT&T coming in late summer."


Its stated right under the description of the MMS capabilities on the Apple Web site
 

guest03

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and tethering will not be supported. until AT&T can come up with a way to charge for it..
(unless you are one of the lucky ones to still have it working from beta)
 

wildonrio

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I'm on AT&T and tethering is working great. You need at AT&T 5.0 ipcc file. Google it. You have to use an older version of iTunes to upload it to the phone using the Shift+Update trick.
 

mramay

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[FONT=&quot]For AT&T customers only, on a PC:
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[FONT=&quot]Go to the site below on the iPhone, then download the "att.mobileconfig" file. It should install itself, which provides the Internet Tethering function in Settings/General/Network. Turn on Tethering, hook to a USB port and WinDoze should find it, install itself, and start tethering.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot] [/FONT]
www.megaupload.com/?d=KIJIQ410[FONT=&quot][/FONT]
 

Kuntry

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[FONT=&quot]For AT&T customers only, on a PC:
[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]Go to the site below on the iPhone, then download the "att.mobileconfig" file. It should install itself, which provides the Internet Tethering function in Settings/General/Network. Turn on Tethering, hook to a USB port and WinDoze should find it, install itself, and start tethering.[/FONT]

www.megaupload.com/?d=KIJIQ410

Any merit to this yet?