I think our problem is that Apple's iPhone SDK is too restrictive and closed to write anything useful. For example, they really limit what you can do with the hardware and the OS. If you want useful apps, you'll have to Jailbreak I'm afraid.deftdrummer1 said:so I'm just curious as to where all the MMS apps that everyone anticipated for the launch of the 2.0 firmware.
XBarbarian said:I am still very dumbfounded that iPhone is unable to send Pics through MMS, or simply without both ends needing email service
Both ends do need email if you plan to receive a picture message back. I think it's absolute rubbish we even need to resort to a workaround on a supposedly "smart" phone. Not everyone has a phone that is capable of email in the first place, and secondly it's highly inconvenient to have a contact resend an MMS back to me in a specialized format, particularly if it was a spontaneous/group message to begin with. Additionally, a lot of phones do not allow you to send MMS/plain text messages to an alphanumeric email address (my old, supposedly high-end "smartphone" Helio Ocean is a perfect example of this).baggss said:Both ends do not need e-mail service. Re-read the thread, you can send MMS via your e-mail to other peoples phones and it will be transparent to them. It will look like a standard MMS to them.
I've done it multiple time to other AT&T phones with no problems, just not iPhones.radtech said:
use [email protected] is what you need to use radtech.radtech said:well can u share with us how to email pics to a phone number @Att cell