Setting up my mobile phone for MMS

Want to set up your mobile phone for MMS? Follow these easy instructions.


1. Find "Access Point Names"
Tap Applications.
Tap Settings.
Tap Wireless and network.
Tap Mobile networks.
Tap Access Point Names.
2. Create new data connection
Tap the Menu key.
Tap New APN.
3. Enter data connection name
Tap Name.
Key in Optus MMS and tap OK.
4. Enter APN
Tap APN.
Key in mms
Tap OK.
5. Enter MMS server
Tap MMSC.
Key in http://mmsc.optus.com.au:8002/ and tap OK.
6. Enter IP address
Tap MMS proxy.
Key in 61.88.190.10 and tap OK.
7. Enter port number
Tap MMS port.
Key in 8070 and tap OK.
8. Enter country code
Tap MCC.
Key in 505 and tap OK.
9. Enter network code
Tap MNC.
Key in 02 and tap OK.
10. Select authentication type
Tap Authentication type.
Tap PAP.
11. Select APN type
Tap APN type.
Tap MMS.
12. Save data connection
Tap the Menu key.
Tap Save.
Tap the Home key to return to standby mode.
13. Find "Settings"
Tap Messaging.
Tap the Menu key.
Tap Settings.
14. Turn delivery reports on or off
Tap Delivery reports below Multimedia message (MMS) settings to turn the function on or off.
When the box next to the menu item is ticked (V), the function is turned on.
If you turn on delivery reports, you'll be notified when your message has been delivered. This requires that sending of delivery reports has been turned on by the recipient.
15. Select setting for MMS download in home network
Tap Auto-retrieve to turn on the function.
When the box next to the menu item is ticked (V), the function is turned on.
If you turn on the function, you'll receive all MMS when you're within range of your home network.
If you turn off the function, you'll be notified before you receive MMS when you're within range of your home network.
16. Select setting for MMS download when roaming
Tap Roaming auto-retrieve to turn on the function.
When the box next to the menu item is ticked (V), the function is turned on.
If you turn on the function, you'll receive all MMS when you're out of range of your home network.
If you turn off the function, you'll be notified before you receive MMS when you're out of range of your home network.
17. Exit
Tap the Home key to return to standby mode.
Galaxy S II