Need original "com.apple.mms_override.plist" file for At&t

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  1. fxtrt, Mar 3, 2011
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    This is a hit and miss. I have an iPhone 4 unlock with 4.2.1 Custom FW. I have downloaded the push fix repo and downloaded the tmobile MMS fix.

    It will work for a day then it will not work the next day. Sometimes I have to reboot my phone in order to work. This has always been a problem at least for me since I'm with Tmobile.
     
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    Hm, the thing is that Im with at&t, so I would think that all the data, sms, mms, and calling services would be the same between a JB and a stock at&t phone, no?
    Could someone on at&t provide me a copy of their com.apple.mms_override.plist? Anything would be greatly appreciated!
     
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    I'm on AT&T jailbroken with GP and my mms is working perfect.

    Reset your network settings to see if that fixes it.
     
  5. fxtrt, Mar 3, 2011
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    Yep, Ive tried resetting network settings, replaced my com.apple.mms_override.plist file with the one in the link, installed iphonedelivery through cydia, and i even read somewhere to: erase, restore, dont setup as new or from backup yet, jb, then setup from backup; still didnt work...
    Is the com.apple.mms_override.plist file the same for both verizon and at&t?
    UPDATE: Got a chance to try out facetime and it works! Just MMS doesnt... Any ideas? Anybody w at&t care to share a copy of their com.apple.mms_override.plist?
     
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    Why don't you just decrypt the firmware and get it yourself? I think its illegal to post it on here as its copyrighted.
     
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    O,ok, I had no idea. By firmware do you mean the ipsw file?
     
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    Yes
     
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    Ok, so i finally decrypted the firmware and went to /var/mobile/Library/Preferences/ but nothing there but a GlobalPreferences.plist. I extracted that and it was blank... Did I do something wrong?
     
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    Check for it in /System/Library/CarrierBundels and then the AT&T one. All files are blank and unusable unless the decrypted firmware image is opened on a Mac with Snow Leopard.
     
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    Ended up going the hard route, set up as new and transferred over save data and contacts manually. Thanks to everyone that helped!
     

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