Friday, April 27, 2012

Sending Larger Files via MMS In Any File Type

Usually networks will not allow you to attach larger files to your MMS. Also the files you attach in your MMS should be popular media type files. The only solution you have is to share a larger file or a network not supported file type with a Sri Lankan mobile user, is that using a file sharing service optimized for mobile devices.

Use this link, compose your MMS and attach your file. This website allows you to attach up to 10MB per MMS. If the file is too larger to send via MMS, or if the file is not supported by the target network, then this website is using a mobile optimized file sharing method. You can send almost any file to a mobile user in Sri Lanka using this website. (Currently supported only with Dialog and Mobitel)

Recipient must have activated MMS on their mobile to receive the file successfully.

Friday, November 11, 2011

We are moving…!

We are deprecating our current blog platform and moving to the new website. http://mobilebroadband.gishan.net/

All new articles here onwards will be published on our new website and most of the popular articles in this website are also copied to the new website.

Thank you for being with us, following us and talking to us. Also today (11/11/11) we celebrate our century of 100 users!

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Airtel MMS Settings for iPhone

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APN: AirtelLive
Username: (blank)
Password: (blank)
MMSC: http://mmsc/
MMS Proxy: 010.200.184.086:8080
MMS Max Message Size:
MMS UA Prof URL:
Also don't forget to turn MMS on:
  1. Select on Settings
  2. Scroll down to select Messages
  3. Select MMS Messaging
  4. Swipe to turn MMS Messaging ON
After the applying the settings, reboot your iPhone.


Further discussion of this post has been moved to:
http://mobilebroadband.gishan.net/entry/5/airtel-mms-settings-for-iphone

Monday, August 22, 2011

How to Activate MMS on Dialog Mobile

There are number of ways to activate MMS (multimedia messaging service) on your Dialog mobile. When you insert your SIM card to a new mobile phone Dialog automatically detects your mobile phone modal and sends you configuration settings. If not when you are about to receive a new MMS, first Dialog automatically activates MMS on your mobile package and then Dialog sends configuration settings automatically before you receive the MMS.
If any of the above procedures are not successfully completed then you can manually request MMS settings from Dialog. There are two ways of doing this.
  1. Type MMS and send to 700.
  2. Call #107# and access Dialog services menu. Select Messaging & Settings, select Settings, select All Settings or MMS Settings.
Most popular and branded mobile phone modals are capable of configuring MMS settings via any of the above steps. If you are still unable to setup MMS on your mobile using any of the above described method then you have to setup it manually.
Please check below pages for manual Dialog MMS settings
Manual MMS settings for Dialog postpaid
Manual MMS settings for Dialog prepaid
Dialog MMS settings for Apple iPhone
Descriptive article on setting up Dialog GPRS, MMS and MyTV
To check whether your phone can receive MMS after the MMS activation, use this tool – Free MMS to Sri Lanka

Further discussion of this post has been moved to:
http://mobilebroadband.gishan.net/entry/6/how-to-activate-mms-on-dialog

Thursday, August 18, 2011

Free Dialog, Mobitel, Etisalat MMS

It is very common knowledge that sending MMS has many advantages than sending SMS. But before coming to any conclusion, let’s have a fair look to the MMS technology. A MMS can deliver up to 300 KB of data to a mobile phone without any worry. You may send photos, ringtones, themes, even text files etc. Also, if you need to send text messages which are longer than 160 characters MMS is your low cost alternative. On the other hand, MMS is supported by almost every pioneering mobile network in Sri Lanka.

How to Send Free MMS

GishanNetworks.com/FreeMMSSrilanka
Above organization (gishannetworks.com/freemmssrilanka) has been providing Free MMS to Sri Lankan networks since 2009. This service is more technology oriented and reliable. MMS are delivered instantly and delivery is 100% guaranteed if the recipient has activated MMS service on their mobile. The service has no delays because they are providing 5 alternative servers to handle the high traffic. Also you are allowed to attach files up to 10MB. The service makes necessary arrangements to deliver them.  They automatically convert those large files into small files and attch them into your message (MMS). Once you registered with the FREE MMS service, your name and phone number will be automatically remembered and will be attached as a signature in every MMS you send.

According to their website, this tool encodes your multimedia content in a fashion similar to sending a MIME e-mail (MIME content formats are defined in the MMS Message Encapsulation specification) and then forwards to the carrier's MMS store and forward server, known as the MMSC.
Give a try for FREE MMS and give your feedback…

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Dialog GPRS Proxy Port Number

Unlike other local networks Dialog is using two different proxy ports to provide the GPRS service. In our Dialog GPRS settings page we have provided 8080 as the correct proxy port number. But this setting might not work properly on almost all mobile types, specially in certain Nokia mobile phone modals. Popular phone brands such as Sony Ericsson or Samsung are always recommended to be configured with 8080 port number. If you are still in trouble accessing internet with port 8080 then use proxy port number 9201. If your mobile phone is Nokia it is recommended using 9201 instead of using 8080.
For a detailed description on setting up manually your mobile phone for Dialog GPRS, MMS or MyTV please refer this article: Dialog GPRS, MMS, MyTV Settings

Further discussion of this post has been moved to:
http://mobilebroadband.gishan.net/entry/7/dialog-proxy-port

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Mobitel MMS settings

Setup all the settings as listed below.
Use proxy Yes
Proxy Address / IP Address 192.168.050.163
Port Number / Proxy Port 8080
Username keep it blank
Password keep it blank
APN / Access Point wapmms
Login Request No
Authentication PAP
Data Compression No
Header Compression No
Allow Calls Automatic
DNS Address keep it blank
   

Setting up access point

MMS access point (for MMS only) wapmms

Message server

Use http://192.168.050.165 as the message sever address. Use wapmms as the access point so that you will not be charged for the downloaded or uploaded content for MMS.

Related links

gprs.gishan.net/GPRS/GPRS-SriLanka/Settings.aspx?net=Mobitel