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Can no longer send MMS when ABP is active. Android messaging application displays "Sending..." perpetually. Works OK when ABP disabled.
Galaxy Nexus / Android 4.2 / Rooted
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Did you use the stock messaging app?
MonztA wrote:Did you use the stock messaging app?
Yes, 4.2 stock messaging. Tried several times: SMS work but not MMS.
I can also confirm this bug report. Using stock 4.2.1 on a Galaxy Nexus and the stock messaging app. Also on the latest version of Adblock (1.0).
Running Cyanogenmod 10 (stable) on Samsung S3 (Rogers) can confirm this bug as well.
MMS works fine without Adblock plus running.
When ADP is enabled all MMS messages are blocked.
Using stock messaging program for CM10
I can confirm this as well. I was having trouble sending MMSs and decided to disable ABP. Now I can send MMSs again.
I am on Rogers Wireless in Canada
That's because MMS traffic goes through port 80 and Adblock intercepts all port 80 communications.
Adblock+ should exclude traffic from the "Messaging" application.
Can confirm that ADBLOCK+ continues to interfere w/ MMS messaging.
Rooted HTC One+ ATT
OG Galaxy Note + Cm10. I can confirm. Ad block on means no MMS. Once turned off, MMS flooded my phone!
I can also confirm ADP is blocking MMS..send and receive.
HTC One X+ (ATT) Viper ROM - 2.0
Can also confirm this on Galaxy S4, with Rogers wireless.
confirmed for cyanogen 10.1 mms doesn't work.
this was driving me crazy for a week!
Confirmed on gnex running jbsourcery and handcent. As others have said it seems to be port related.
Same bug.rooted s3 on att stock rom.
Same issue on my rooted HTC One V running Shpongle