Can't send MMS after update eclair

by max » Tue, 02 Mar 2010 22:22:44 GMT


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 i all,

I can't send the MMS after I update to eclair, but I can send the MMS
success in the donut.
Does anyone have the same problem?

success in donut
D/GSM ( 944): [PdpConnection] DataConnection.handleMessage()
D/GSM ( 944): [PdpConnection] Notify PDP disconnect
D/GSM ( 944): [PdpConnection] DataConnection.clearSettings()
D/GSM ( 944): [PdpConnection] PDP Connection Deactivated
D/GSM ( 944): [GsmDataConnectionTracker] EVENT_DISCONNECT_DONE
D/GSM ( 944): [GsmDataConnectionTracker] setState: IDLE
D/GSM ( 944): [GsmDataConnectionTracker] ***trySetupData due to
apnSwitched
D/GSM ( 944): [DSAC DEB] trySetupData with mIsPsRestricted=false
D/GSM ( 944): [GsmDataConnectionTracker] Create from allApns :
[VIBO, 26, 46689, vibo, null, null, null, null, null, default][VIBO
MMS, 27, 46689, vibo, null, http://mms, 172.24.128.36, 8080, null,
mms]
D/GSM ( 944): [GsmDataConnectionTracker] Setup watingApns : [VIBO
MMS, 27, 46689, vibo, null, http://mms, 172.24.128.36, 8080, null,
mms]
D/GSM ( 944): [PdpConnection] DataConnection.getState()
D/GSM ( 944): [PdpConnection] Connecting to carrier: 'VIBO MMS'
APN: 'vibo' proxy: 'null' port: 'null
D/RILJ ( 944): [0096]> SETUP_DATA_CALL vibo
D/GSM ( 944): [GsmDataConnectionTracker] setState: INITING
D/RILJ ( 944): [0096]< SETUP_DATA_CALL {1, gprs, 110.50.182.195}
D/GSM ( 944): [PdpConnection] DataConnection.handleMessage()
D/GSM ( 944): [PdpConnection] interface=gprs
ipAddress=110.50.182.195 gateway=110.50.182.1 DNS1=172.24.9.33
DNS2=172.24.128.3
D/GSM ( 944): [PdpConnection] Notify PDP success at 1267531848008
D/GSM ( 944): [PdpConnection] PDP setup on cid = 1
D/GSM ( 944): [GsmDataConnectionTracker] setState: CONNECTED
D/GSM ( 944): [DataConnection] Start poll NetStat
D/GSM ( 944): enableApnType(mms)
D/GSM ( 944): setEnabled(mms, true)
D/GSM ( 944): dataEnabled[DEFAULT_APN]=true
dataEnabled[MMS_APN]=true dataEnabled[SUPL_APN]=false


fail in eclair
D/GSM ( 915): [PdpConnection] DataConnection.handleMessage()
D/GSM ( 915): [PdpConnection] Notify PDP disconnect
D/GSM ( 915): [PdpConnection] DataConnection.clearSettings()
D/GSM ( 915): [PdpConnection] PDP Connection Deactivated
D/GSM ( 915): GSMDataConnTrack handleMessage { what=25
when=209428 obj=android.os.asyncres...@43e1a9e0 }
D/GSM ( 915): [GsmDataConnectionTracker] EVENT_DISCONNECT_DONE
D/GSM ( 915): [GsmDataConnectionTracker] setState: IDLE
D/GSM ( 915): [GsmDataConnectionTracker] ***trySetupData due to
apnSwitched
D/GSM ( 915): [DSAC DEB] trySetupData with mIsPsRestricted=false
D/GSM ( 915): [GsmDataConnectionTracker] Create from allApns :
[VIBO, 26, 46689, vibo, null, null, null, null, null, -1, default]
[VIBO MMS, 27, 46689, vibo, null, http://mms, 172.24.128.36, 8080,
null, -1, mms]
D/GSM ( 915): [GsmDataConnectionTracker] Setup waitngApns : [VIBO
MMS, 27, 46689, vibo, null, http://mms, 172.24.128.36, 8080, null, -1,
mms]
D/GSM ( 915): [PdpConnection] DataConnection.getState()
D/GSM ( 915): [PdpConnection] Connecting to carrier: 'VIBO MMS'
APN: 'vibo' proxy: 'null' port: 'null
D/RILJ ( 915): [0090]> SETUP_DATA_CALL 1 0 vibo null null 0
D/GSM ( 915): [GsmDataConnectionTracker] setState: INITING
D/RILJ ( 915): [0090]< SETUP_DATA_CALL {1, gprs, 110.50.134.141}
D/GSM ( 915): [Pd



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