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Topic # 10189 9-Nov-2006 11:14
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Does anyone know how to solve the following problems

I have the japanese edition of this phone

Can send but not receive pxt

Can't connect to vodafone live

Continously comes up with a re-previsioning message

Would be greatful for any help with this

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  Reply # 51739 9-Nov-2006 15:24
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First of all does SIM work in another handset with PXT and Vlive

Put your SIM into another PXT handset you know that works and send a PXT to your own number.

Then try downloading off Vlive!

Using import handsets on Vlive is not a good idea

John



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  Reply # 51747 9-Nov-2006 17:07
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Thanks

have tried that but no luck

any other ideas

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Reply # 51749 9-Nov-2006 17:12
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Not a very clear answer

So does SIM work in another phone or not??

You want to find out what the issue is related to VFNZ network or your handset



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  Reply # 51770 9-Nov-2006 19:23
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Yes sim works fine in my sony ericsson k300i

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Reply # 51791 9-Nov-2006 20:49
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Support should now come from place of purchase



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  Reply # 51821 10-Nov-2006 08:13
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thanks

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