this is utterly stupid. i don't use MMS on my phone.
Yet, I have some MMS settings defined.
Now this APN definition doesn't show up in "Network Destinations", and hence cannot be deleted.
What happens is, this access point is somehow in the global list of access points that an application tries to use. When I launch an application, it tries to use the "Internet" destination. If it somewhy fails to establish a connection using that, it automatically tries to establish a connection using the MMS destination.
Utter nonsense. Of course the MMS APN is not a general purpose APN, a connection is established but it still won't pull up web pages using the MMS APN, and I get charged. The free GPRS pack is not applicable for MMS APN. Called up my service provider, and they say it's not their problem, it's a Nokia problem.
Why on earth would someone make such a stupid design decision?
What's wrong with you guys Nokia?
Are your designers really this stupid? Don't you guys hire qualified engineers?
Total utter cr*p.
Who's gonna pay the amount i have been charged for using the MMS APN? Money doesn't come easy. I'm taking this to a court of law. Thanks.
If i have helped at all a click on the white star below would be nice thanks.
You omitted to say whether this is a generic SIM free or network branded E7-00 incidentally which possibly may have some bearing upon issue.
If you open browser > tap three horizontal line icon at bottom right of screen > Settings > General > Access point - try temporarily changing to "Ask when needed", which should give you a further opportunity to re-define chosen AP.