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MMS Settings For Android Handsets Telenor/ Zong/ Mobilink/ Warid

Just like we write in our previous post for GPRS settings for Android handsets, here’s a complete set of MMS settings for Telenor, Zong, Mobilink and Warid, we couldn’t get hold of Ufone’s MMS settings for now.

Sorry we took a little while to get this one up, we had to test out the settings and confirm they were working before we could share them with you.

Just like the GPRS settings, MMS settings were possible all because of Haris Nadeem from AndroidPakistan.com, he put in quite a lot of time to make these settings work.

And before you bombard us with questions relating to the settings not working on your Android handset, we tested out MMS on a Nexus One running on Android 2.2 Froyo, Samsung Galaxy S running on Android 2.1 Éclair, HTC Hero running on Android 2.1 Éclair and a Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 running on Android 1.6 Donut.

We’re assuming that these settings would work on Android 1.5 Cupcake as well, but might not work on every Android handset!

Telenor

  • Go to Settings > Wireless & networks > Mobile networks >Access Point Names.
  • Press the ‘Menu’ key and select “New APN”.
  • Now use the following settings:

Name: MMS (anything you like)
APN: mms
Username: Telenor
Password: Telenor
MMSC: http://mmstelenor or http://mmstelenor (Try both)
MMS Proxy: 172.018.019.011
MMS Port: 8080
MMS Protocol: WAP 2.0 (Only if it asks you)
MCC: 410 (should be there by default)
MNC: 01 (use whatever is there by default)
APN type: mms

You can leave all the other fields blank as they are and save these settings.

Zong

  • Go to Settings > Wireless & networks > Mobile networks >Access Point Names.
  • Press the ‘Menu’ key and select “New APN”.
  • Now use the following settings:

Name: MMS (anything you like)
APN: zongmms
MMSC: http://10.81.6.11:8080
MMS Proxy: 10.81.6.33
MMS Port: 8000
MMS Protocol:: WAP 2.0 (Only if it asks you)
MCC: 410 (should be there by default)
MNC: 01 (use whatever is there by default)
APN type: mms

You can leave all the other fields blank as they are and save these settings.

Mobilink

  • Go to Settings > Wireless & networks > Mobile networks >Access Point Names.
  • Press the ‘Menu’ key and select “New APN”.
  • Now use the following settings:

Name: MMS (anything you like)
APN: mms.mobilinkworld.com
Username: Mobilink
Password: Mobilink
MMSC: http://mms/
MMS Proxy: 172.25.20.12
MMS Port: 8080
MMS Protocol:: WAP 2.0 (Only if it asks you)
MCC: 410 (should be there by default)
MNC: 01 (use whatever is there by default)
APN type: mms

You can leave all the other fields blank as they are and save these settings.

Warid

  • Go to Settings > Wireless & networks > Mobile networks >Access Point Names.
  • Press the ‘Menu’ key and select “New APN”.MMS Setting Name Warid

MMS APN: mms.warid
Proxy: <Not set>
Port: <Not set>
Username: <Not set>
Password: <Not set>
Server: <Not set>
MMSC: http://10.4.0.132/servlets/MMS
MMS Proxy: 010.004.002.001
MMS Port: 8080
MCC: 410
MNC: 07
APN type: mms

You can leave all the other fields blank as they are and save these settings.

Ufone is missing from the list but we would love to see contributions from you guys as well with a complete set of working settings for MMS for Ufone.

Customer Support is of no help when it comes to Internet or MMS settings. That’s why we had to figure out these settings ourselves by looking at MMS and Internet settings from different smartphones and then applying them on Android.

Please if you do have MMS settings for Ufone, share them in the comments section below, it would be a big contribution for the Android smartphone owners’ community.

Once again, hats off to Haris Nadeem for this major contribution.

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GPRS Settings For Android Handsets Ufone/ Zong/ Telenor/ Warid/ Mobilink

Android handsets are starting to see the light of day in Pakistan but sadly the cellular networks over here or more precisely the customer care people aren’t aware of their GPRS/EDGE settings, while Androids don’t accept automated settings messages.

But thanks to Haris Nadeem from AndroidPakistan.com we now have GPRS/EDGE settings for every mobile network here in Pakistan, yes you heard that right, GPRS setting for Andriod phones for every mobile network!

The first time I took my Nexus One to head office of a cellular company in Islamabad for GPRS settings, the representative over there took my handset, looked at it for like 5 minutes and then blurted out “Is this an iPhone?”, from that moment I realized that Android users are on their own when it comes to internet/GPRS settings.

Follow these simple steps and you’ll have Internet/EDGE up and running on your Android handset in no time!

Ufone

EDGE/GPRS Settings

  • Go to Settings > Wireless & networks > Mobile networks >Access Point Names.
  • Press the ‘Menu’ key and select “New APN”.
  • Now use the following settings:
    Name: Ufone Internet (anything you like)
    APN: ufone.internet ufone.pinternet
    MCC: 410 (should be there by default)
    MNC: 01 (use whatever is there by default)
  • You can leave all the other fields blank as they are and save these settings.

Zong

EDGE/GPRS Settings

  • Go to Settings > Wireless & networks > Mobile networks >Access Point Names.
  • Press the ‘Menu’ key and select “New APN”.
  • Now use the following settings:
    Name: zonginternet (anything you like)
    APN: zonginternet or zongwap
    MCC: 410 (should be there by default)
    MNC: 01 (use whatever is there by default)
  • You can leave all the other fields blank as they are and save these settings.

Mobilink

EDGE/GPRS Settings

  • Go to Settings > Wireless & networks > Mobile networks >Access Point Names.
  • Press the ‘Menu’ key and select “New APN”.
  • Now use the following settings:
    Name: Mobilink (anything you like)
    APN: connect.mobilinkworld.com
    MCC: 410 (should be there by default)
    MNC: 01 (use whatever is there by default)

Telenor

EDGE/GPRS Settings

  • Go to Settings > Wireless & networks > Mobile networks >Access Point Names.
  • Press the ‘Menu’ key and select “New APN”.
  • Now use the following settings:
    Name: Telenor (anything you like)
    APN: internet
    Proxy: 172.018.019.011
    Port: 0
    Username: Telenor (case-sensitive)
    Password: Telenor (case-sensitive)
    MCC: 410 (should be there by default)
    MNC: 06 (use whatever is there by default)

Warid

Thanks a lot to Asim Farooq for sending this in for Warid !

  • Go to Settings > Wireless & networks > Mobile networks >Access Point Names.
  • Press the ‘Menu’ key and select “New APN”.
  • Now use the following settings:

Name: Warid GPRS

  • Now use the following settings:
    Name: Warid Internet (anything you like)
    APN: warid or waridwap
    MCC: 410 (should be there by default)
    MNC: 07 (use whatever is there by default)
    APN type: default
  • You can leave all the other fields blank as they are and save these settings.

And that’s about it, you now have internet/GPRS settings for your precious Android device.

Note: These settings were tested on Android 2.1 Éclair and 2.2 Froyo for now, but it’s highly likely that they will work on Android 1.5 and 1.6 as well.

Note: We will post complete set of MMS settings for Android handsets as well once we them in one place, so stay tuned !

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