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# 18637 17-Jan-2008 14:40
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Got a new n95 and received a pxt but came in as a txt saying i had to visit or something to view the image soooooo i rang vodafone and they werent that helpful, went into vodafone shop and they told me to ring customer service so did that again, then they told me to contact nokia so did that and they didnt know what to do either so thought i'd come here and see if anyone could help me, thanks

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  # 105399 17-Jan-2008 15:16
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hey Boosted.

Did you get your phone from VF or parallel imported. There's two things you need to do:

1) you need to have the correct settings in your phone. you can get this from the vodafone website:

2) You need to send a PXT before you're registered with Vodafone's MMSC and after that it shuold be all dandy.


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  # 105400 17-Jan-2008 15:18
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Thanks will give them a shot, but got the phone thou a work deal



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  # 105402 17-Jan-2008 15:20
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N95 isn't on the list and when i put Product not listed it just errored out

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  # 105406 17-Jan-2008 16:02
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Mmm.. you're right, that's peculiar.

In that case try to send a PXT to someone, (you can even send it to yourself) and see if that works.. You should see a antenna symbol flash up under the 3G/signal bar and then solidify.

If that doesn't work, then you need to check your settings to see if you have an access point defined for MMS:

1) Go to 'Messaging',
2) options > 'Settings',
3) Multimedia Settings

In that menu, there should be something in the 'Access Point in use' If not, see if you can set it to VFNZ PXT.

This thread has all the access point settings if you need to create a new access point for it.


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  # 105409 17-Jan-2008 16:10
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Cool just sent one to myself and it seems to work now so i'll wait to see if i can receive one from a friend


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