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Old 10-02-2009, 05:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Slacker, Pandora, Flycast won't connect, MMS needs a battery pull

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MMS has always worked quirky, and since I wiped and installed .151 on my Storm 9530 a couple weeks ago, none of my music apps (Slacker, Pandora, Flycast) give me connection errors. Facebook connects just fine, as does the browser and my BIS e-mails.

9/10 MMS message I received, I have to battery pull before they will appear. They're set to automatically download, and the firewall is off.

Is there something I'm missing that is hanging up the apps and the MMS protocol from efficiently connecting?
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try resending service books from the BIS page.
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Also try to get a new sim card, that might be the problem.
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I resent service books, so that's not the issue. MMS is still acting up in that manner, and the radio apps still say I don't' have sufficient network coverage.

I'm on Verizon CDMA, so I don't use my SIM card.

Are these all correct?

Options > Mobile Network:

Data Services: On
Network Selection Mode: Automatic B
Network Technology: Global
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I want to lean on the BIS update for these issues, but they were around before it and after it.

Any chance my Mobile Network settings should be adjusted?
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