HTC Desire Generic Network Failure Fix MMS Not Sending or Receiving on Andriod 2

By: ijaza83

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Uploaded on July 11, 2010 by ijaza83 Powered by YouTube

READ INSTRUCTIONS HERE: Hey guys I don't know if this will help. But i had the same error "generic network failure" after only having my HTC desire for couple weeks. I am on o2 sim simplicity while purchasing the handset separately and unlocking it. However, i resolved it by manually setting up the WEB & MMS. As it seems that service providers such as O2 message that can be sent out to handsets do not aid in setting up the MMS therefore after manually setting it...it worked for me and may work for you. -------- HERE WE GO... Please ensure that when entering O2 into the settings that the letter O is selected and not a zero. When entering the following information do not press Save until told to in the instructions. 1. Press the Menu key 2. Tap Settings 3. Tap Wireless & networks 4. Tap Mobile networks 5. Tap Access Point Names 6. Press the Menu key 7. Tap New APN 8. Tap Name then tap the text box and enter O2 Pay Monthly MMS then tap OK 9. Tap APN then tap the text box and enter wap.o2.co.uk then tap OK 10. Tap Proxy then tap the text box and enter 193.113.200.195 then tap OK 11. Tap Port then tap the text box and enter 8080 then tap OK 12. Tap Username then tap the text box and enter o2wap then tap OK 13. Tap Password then tap the text box and enter password then tap OK 14. Skip past Server as this is preset as Not set 15. Tap MMSC then tap the text box and enter http://mmsc.mms.o2.co.uk:8002 then tap OK 16. Tap MMS proxy then tap the text box and enter 193.113.200.195 then tap OK 17. Tap MMS port then tap the text box and enter 8080 then tap OK 18. Tap MCC then tap the text box and enter 234 then tap OK 19. Tap MNC then tap the text box and enter 10 then tap OK 20. Press the Menu key 21. Tap Save 22. Tap your new account so a green dot appears next to it 23. Press the Back key four times to return to the standby screen.. Switch your handset off then on again and ensure that mobile network is ticked (menu, settings, wireless&networks) You should now have mobile internet and MMS capabilities Just remember that these are the settings that worked for me on my HTC Desire unlocked and used with a O2 Simplicity card with a unlimited web bolt on. Make sure you have a data package otherwise your phone bills will be massive! If in doubt check with O2 to make sure your not being charged for the data etc. I cannot be held responsible! :) MY FIRST HTC AND LOVING IT.....
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