Go to this thread for the settings for Dobson Cellular One and read through it completely to see how you can use the information provided.
Cellular One GPRS/MMS Settings HELP!!!!
In the Blackjack II, you will need to create a new connection in Messaging > SMS/MMS > Menu > scroll down to MMS Options, select. > 3. MMS Profiles > Menu > select either 1. New or 2. Edit > then put in the settings in the required fields and save it. Make sure you select the new Profile (if you selected 1. New) as the Default.
Profile Name: CellularOne MMS (to keep it simple)
MMSC URL: http://mmsc or try http://www.openmobilealliance.org/
Address: 172.023.001.252 or try 172.23.1.252:9201
Now hit Menu to select Advanced Settings to put in the rest of the info.
GRPS APN: cellular1wap
Login ID: (Leave Blank)
Password: (Leave Blank)
DNS 1: (Leave Blank)
DNS 2: (Leave Blank)
I can't guarantee the above is correct as I don't have Dobson Cellular One but it shouldn't be too hard to find the right combination to make it work.
Also, if you have to make sure you got the Internet/Browser working with Dobson Cellular One first or else all the above won't work.
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