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  • Get MMS on your iPhone TODAY

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    Cult of Mac has a simple straightforward hack to enable MMS messaging on your iPhone 3G or 3GS if you just can't wait... or if, like me, you have fun playing around in your phone's guts a little.

    It takes about three minutes, and Leander Kahney warns that some users have said it doesn't work. Your mileage, as always, may vary.
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Get MMS on your iPhone TODAY started by Paul Daniel Ash View original post
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    1. Dragon RR's Avatar
      Dragon RR -
      no luck
      i also tried putting quotes around carrier-testing in regards to an apple support suggestion on a similar command and nothing happens.

      so does the setprefint command only allow it to "see" .ipcc files or does it give you the option to search files on your computer once you shift-click update?
    1. z28kid's Avatar
      z28kid -
      Possibly, I think thats kinda like what its doing. You must be the admin and I'm sure you typing it incorrectly. Thats about all I can say without trying to remote in and just doing it lol
    1. Dragon RR's Avatar
      Dragon RR -
      i've typed and copy/pasted it and have gone through all configurations of the command i can find. i've done it both with the command prompt and cmd, now. also re-installed itunes in case it was a malfunction. i don't know what it is. there has to be some permission turned off or something. how can hundreds or thousands of people successfully do this but i can't? other people have gotten past the problems they've had with it. i give up until i happen to luck across something else to try lol. not worth the headache
    1. quadrinary's Avatar
      quadrinary -
      Quote Originally Posted by Dragon RR View Post
      i've typed and copy/pasted it and have gone through all configurations of the command i can find. i've done it both with the command prompt and cmd, now. also re-installed itunes in case it was a malfunction. i don't know what it is. there has to be some permission turned off or something. how can hundreds or thousands of people successfully do this but i can't? other people have gotten past the problems they've had with it. i give up until i happen to luck across something else to try lol. not worth the headache
      What is the exact path of the directory itunes is in?
    1. z28kid's Avatar
      z28kid -
      i'll pm you a link my buddy sent me the other day. you can give that a shot.
    1. Dragon RR's Avatar
      Dragon RR -
      Quote Originally Posted by quadrinary View Post
      What is the exact path of the directory itunes is in?
      C:/Program Files/iTunes/iTunes.exe