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I've noticed a fair amount of people have been searching for this answer (especially some of the folks over at Howard Forums): How to get MMS working on a Samsung i617 (BlackJack II). Well I've been searching this answer for a while and nobody in this forum with a Samsung Jack has been willing to help me out. The tech support at Rogers gave me a bunch of settings, but nothing specific for this device; none of them worked, and incidentally, they obviously didn't give me ALL the settings because there was a bunch they never mentioned. Finally, I was ready to go buy a Samsung Jack from the Rogers store and return it because they didn't have a functional store display model and wouldn't let me touch a boxed one. Luckily, when I went in this time to actually purchase one, the lady working there just pulled out of the box to let me take a look at it! Finally, some decent customer support instead of the usual "can't, won't, unable, sorry sir". I'm just iterating all this so that you know the loops Rogers makes you go through for not paying $400 for their i616 which by the way is exactly the same as the i617 but WITHOUT GPS (and they only have black, not the burgundy). Without further a due, the settings to get MMS working on your BlackJack II:

GPRS:
Profile Name: RogersInternet
Connects to: The Internet
Access Point: internet.com
Everything else Default/Blank/None

Profile Name: RogersMedia
Connects to: Work
Access Point: media.com
User name: media
Password: mda01
Authentication Type: PAP
Everything else Default/Blank

Proxy:
Profile Name: HTTP
Connects from: The Internet
Connects to: WAP Network
Proxy: 10.128.1.69:80
Type: HTTP
Everything else Default/Blank

Profile Name: Socks4
Connects from: The Internet
Connects to: WAP Network
Proxy: 10.128.1.69:1080
Type: Socks4
Everything else Default/Blank

Multimedia Msg. Options
Sending Options
Priority: Normal
Validity Period: Maximum
Delivery Time: Immediatly
Creation Mode: Free
Size: 295 KB
Request Delivery/Read Report: Unchecked

Receiving Options
Download Mode: Automatic
Reject Unknown Sender: Unchecked
The rest are all checked

Multimedia Msg. Profiles
Profile Name: RogersMedia
MMSC URL: http://mms.gprs.rogers.com
Proxy: Checked
Address: 10.128.1.69
Port: 80
GPRS: RogersMedia

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paying $400 for their i616 which by the way is exactly the same as the i617 but WITHOUT GPS (and they only have black, not the burgundy).


It does indeed have GPS.

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I was one of the people who went for 3+ months with MMS not working on my unlocked BJ2.
I walked into a Rogers store today and they had a demo unit. quickly looked at the settings and got my MMS to start working today.

I didn't check Proxy settings, but these are the ones I jotted down and it works:

Here are my settings:

RogersInternet
Connects to : The Internet
Access Point: internet.com
User name: wapuser1
Password: wap
Authentication Type: none
Primary DNS: 0.0.0.0
Secondary DNS: 0.0.0.0
IP Address: 172.25.0.107

RogersMedia
Connects to : WORK
Access Point: media.com
User name: media
Password: mda01
Authentication Type: PAP
Primary DNS: 0.0.0.0
Secondary DNS: 0.0.0.0
IP Address:

MMSC Settings:
Name: Rogers MMS
MMSC URL: http://mms.gprs.rogers.com
Proxy is checked
Address: 10.128.1.69
Port: 80
GPRS: RogersMedia

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I don't get it. I got my BJII from the AT&T store. How can I use those settings? Wouldn't I be blocked from using Rogers (whoever that is) with my phone?

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I don't get it. I got my BJII from the AT&T store. How can I use those settings? Wouldn't I be blocked from using Rogers (whoever that is) with my phone?


I bought my BJ2 from the AT&T store, but you find an unlock service online and for about $15 you get the code to unlock the phone and voila, phone can now work with any supported GSM network.

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i616 = i617
only the communication systems between providers are differents.
And i616 should be better than i617 because the network protocols are better.

I have i616 from Rogers and I have the GPS included but locked same than i617.
Apply Paul or microsoft patches to unlock it.

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i616 = i617
only the communication systems between providers are differents.
And i616 should be better than i617 because the network protocols are better.

I have i616 from Rogers and I have the GPS included but locked same than i617.
Apply Paul or microsoft patches to unlock it.

what makes u think the network protocol works betters?

clockwork58, i deleted the RogersInternet profile and the proxy profiles and MMS still works and I don't have to worry about accidental data charges for using the internet.

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Mysterious Caveman: You sir, are awesome! I bought a BlackJack back in March 2007 and Rogers was never able to get the MMS working. Even yesterday I went to a Rogers store and called the technical support without any luck! By chance I found your posting this morning, tried it, and it works! Thank you so much! You rock!

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Mysterious Caveman: You sir, are awesome! I bought a BlackJack back in March 2007 and Rogers was never able to get the MMS working. Even yesterday I went to a Rogers store and called the technical support without any luck! By chance I found your posting this morning, tried it, and it works! Thank you so much! You rock!

No problem, glad I could be a help :D
The next thing I'd like to figure out how to get working is MSN using stricly SMS (I don't have a data plan).

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I've noticed a fair amount of people have been searching for this answer (especially some of the folks over at Howard Forums): How to get MMS working on a Samsung i617 (BlackJack II). Well I've been searching this answer for a while and nobody in this forum with a Samsung Jack has been willing to help me out. The tech support at Rogers gave me a bunch of settings, but nothing specific for this device; none of them worked, and incidentally, they obviously didn't give me ALL the settings because there was a bunch they never mentioned. Finally, I was ready to go buy a Samsung Jack from the Rogers store and return it because they didn't have a functional store display model and wouldn't let me touch a boxed one. Luckily, when I went in this time to actually purchase one, the lady working there just pulled out of the box to let me take a look at it! Finally, some decent customer support instead of the usual "can't, won't, unable, sorry sir". I'm just iterating all this so that you know the loops Rogers makes you go through for not paying $400 for their i616 which by the way is exactly the same as the i617 but WITHOUT GPS (and they only have black, not the burgundy). Without further a due, the settings to get MMS working on your BlackJack II:

GPRS:
Profile Name: RogersInternet
Connects to: The Internet
Access Point: internet.com
Everything else Default/Blank/None

Profile Name: RogersMedia
Connects to: Work
Access Point: media.com
User name: media
Password: mda01
Authentication Type: PAP
Everything else Default/Blank

Proxy:
Profile Name: HTTP
Connects from: The Internet
Connects to: WAP Network
Proxy: 10.128.1.69:80
Type: HTTP
Everything else Default/Blank

Profile Name: Socks4
Connects from: The Internet
Connects to: WAP Network
Proxy: 10.128.1.69:1080
Type: Socks4
Everything else Default/Blank

Multimedia Msg. Options
Sending Options
Priority: Normal
Validity Period: Maximum
Delivery Time: Immediatly
Creation Mode: Free
Size: 295 KB
Request Delivery/Read Report: Unchecked

Receiving Options
Download Mode: Automatic
Reject Unknown Sender: Unchecked
The rest are all checked

Multimedia Msg. Profiles
Profile Name: RogersMedia
MMSC URL: http://mms.gprs.rogers.com
Proxy: Checked
Address: 10.128.1.69
Port: 80
GPRS: RogersMedia


You RULZ!!!!! :D

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What verson of Windows is everyone using? I am using WM6.1 that Da_G created (http://www.txcaesar....obile/index.php). It works really well, but the setting dont' work anymore. There are more options that there is from the old versions. Just wondering what versions of Windows everyone is using.

Thanks!

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What verson of Windows is everyone using? I am using WM6.1 that Da_G created (http://www.txcaesar....obile/index.php). It works really well, but the setting dont' work anymore. There are more options that there is from the old versions. Just wondering what versions of Windows everyone is using.

Thanks!

hey, i live in canada, but have an at&t unlocked i617. i had wm6.0, and was able to get on the net using some settings, but once i upgraded to 6.1 they no longer worked. the above two settings did not work for me.. after some tinkering, these worked, give them a shot anyone with an i617 on rogers in canada (note, internet didnt, work, but secure wap did):

Description: RogersInternet
Connects to: Secure WAP Network
Access point: internet.com
User name: wapuser1
Password: wap
Authentication Type: None
Primary DNS:
Secondary DNS:
IP address: 172.25.0.107

Now in IE, go to Tools -> Options -> Connections:
Automatically detects settings: UNCHECK
Select Network: Secure WAP Network


These worked for me for internet!! Not sure about MMS or anything else that's all ive done so far.
Cheers

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hey, i live in canada, but have an at&t unlocked i617. i had wm6.0, and was able to get on the net using some settings, but once i upgraded to 6.1 they no longer worked. the above two settings did not work for me.. after some tinkering, these worked, give them a shot anyone with an i617 on rogers in canada (note, internet didnt, work, but secure wap did):

Description: RogersInternet
Connects to: Secure WAP Network
Access point: internet.com
User name: wapuser1
Password: wap
Authentication Type: None
Primary DNS:
Secondary DNS:
IP address: 172.25.0.107

Now in IE, go to Tools -> Options -> Connections:
Automatically detects settings: UNCHECK
Select Network: Secure WAP Network


These worked for me for internet!! Not sure about MMS or anything else that's all ive done so far.
Cheers



Thanks, I could always get the internet working it's the MMS.

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Hi, thanks for such a valuable info.

I have an additional question regarding email setup.
Now i have my internet set, I am trying to have my Gmail setup but it is not working.

It shows : Connection Error - The remote party has ended this connection

If you or anyone is using Gmail, could you give me some input on this?

Thanks!

hey, i live in canada, but have an at&t unlocked i617. i had wm6.0, and was able to get on the net using some settings, but once i upgraded to 6.1 they no longer worked. the above two settings did not work for me.. after some tinkering, these worked, give them a shot anyone with an i617 on rogers in canada (note, internet didnt, work, but secure wap did):

Description: RogersInternet
Connects to: Secure WAP Network
Access point: internet.com
User name: wapuser1
Password: wap
Authentication Type: None
Primary DNS:
Secondary DNS:
IP address: 172.25.0.107

Now in IE, go to Tools -> Options -> Connections:
Automatically detects settings: UNCHECK
Select Network: Secure WAP Network


These worked for me for internet!! Not sure about MMS or anything else that's all ive done so far.
Cheers


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Hi all,
sorry to bring this back from the dead...
I have upgraded to 6.1
and my jack is unlocked, however I have tried all the settings mentioned above and I got nothing!!
Sms and phone work, but no networking
My jack is a I616 Any help is greatly appreciated,(also I am new to this, so please in the easiest terms possible would be Amazingly appreciated)

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