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Topic # 4344 4-Jul-2005 22:12
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Does anyone know the correct mms settings for the above. Vodafone doesn't have this model listed on the website.

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  Reply # 16295 4-Jul-2005 22:24
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I'd just select a similar model as possible on the Vodafone wireless portal.

Try the 5100.

It worked on my flatmates nokia and samsung handsets.




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  Reply # 16316 5-Jul-2005 19:47
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Have tried this but no luck.

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  Reply # 16318 5-Jul-2005 20:31
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Check the 6600 manual .

It has the instructions to manually set up MMS on page 3.

Alternatively, after some googling:
Nokia Settings Page. However after going through it, it doesn't have New Zealand so thats a dead end .




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  Reply # 16336 6-Jul-2005 16:34
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On the topic of the 5140 is anybody aware if the firmware upgrade to the final release OMA PoC will be available in NZ?

I was told a while back there would be a good chance of this being released once the final OMA spec was released which has now happened. It'll be interesting to see if Nokia bother or simply dump support for the phone since it's now rather old. There were a lot of dealers selling this phone promoting the P2T function (despite Vodafone telling them not to) and from the previous discussions on here a few people unhappy that they couldn't use it.

An interesting article I found earlier today as well about Motorola releasing a PoC client software for Symbian S60 and UIQ devices

http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/050705/latu047a.html?.v=1



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