I don't think there is a "secret". Receipt of the notification is *purely* via SMS. Which means that Mbuni hasn't even kicked in yet. Basically MMS reception at the network works like this: The operator MMSC checks (HLR, whatever) if receiving subscriber's device is MMS-capable. If not, subscriber receive SMS (as you have done). This is the important bit. Typically the operator can flag your account so MMS is *always* sent to you as MMS, whether or not your device is known to support MMS.
P. On Apr 18, 2011, at 12:49, Piotr Isajew wrote: > Maybe there is some secret knowledge needed for making Huawei modem work with > this. I don't know :-( > On 2011-04-18, at 11:20, Stanisław Czech wrote: > >> It seems Huawei is incapable of recieving MMS. Is there a way to check >> it to be sure? >> >> I found on other forums: >> http://broadbandforum.in/bsnl-3g/63542-mms-setting-bsnl-3g-huawei/ >> "Seems like no one has been successfully able to use MMS functionality >> using Huawei modem" >> >> On the other hand, NOWSMS seems to support it: >> http://www.nowsms.com/sms-and-mms-with-the-huawei-e160-usb-modem >> >> > > _______________________________________________ > Users mailing list > Users@mbuni.org > http://lists.mbuni.org/mailman/listinfo/users _______________________________________________ Users mailing list Users@mbuni.org http://lists.mbuni.org/mailman/listinfo/users