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Topic # 4884 5-Sep-2005 18:27

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I have an unlocked phone(originaly on another network) on Vodafone and I can't use pxt.I have tried the settings at http://www.vodafone.co.nz/vlive/vlive_specifications.jsp and they havn't worked is there anything I have missed out?

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Reply # 19659 5-Sep-2005 18:29
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Please supply phone make and model makes it easier for us my ESP skills not that great and I would say yes to your question you will be able to use PXT (MMS).



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Reply # 19660 5-Sep-2005 18:36

You should practice your esp skills.The phone is an orange spv c500

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 19661 5-Sep-2005 18:38
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if my ESP skills were good I would be using them for saturday nights lotto numbers, There is already another thread going about this device. Have a quick look around. To make sure PXT (MMS) is setup correct on the VF network side put your SIM in another handset and send a PXT and then work on the handset setup.

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Reply # 19662 5-Sep-2005 18:40
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What are you doing jasper the other thread was started by yourself??? Have you tried you SIM in another handset??? and seen what happens



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Reply # 19663 5-Sep-2005 18:41

Ok thx will try that what catagory is the other thread in

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Reply # 19664 5-Sep-2005 18:43
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Does the device support WAP 2.0 or WAP 1.1

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Reply # 19665 5-Sep-2005 18:44
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Before you go any further try your SIM in another handset that has no issues sending PXT (MMS) and then move on!

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Reply # 19667 5-Sep-2005 18:50
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Keep me updated and we will get it working



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Reply # 19668 5-Sep-2005 18:52

dont know.when it is on the edit connections menu it says gateway with the options of wap 2.0 or 1.0 gateway or use http



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Reply # 19669 5-Sep-2005 18:56

Or should I do a google search on the specs of my phone.

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Reply # 19670 5-Sep-2005 19:01
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Use WAP 2.0 and port 8080 and IP 172.030.038.003 and the APN live.vodafone.com



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Reply # 19671 5-Sep-2005 19:01

ok

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Reply # 19672 5-Sep-2005 19:03
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Please answer this question have you tried your SIM in another handset and sent a PXT (MMS) fine



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Reply # 19673 5-Sep-2005 19:05

still doesnt work it doesnt let me send to a phone number when i enter a number and select send,it doesnt send



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Reply # 19675 5-Sep-2005 19:08

There are no other camera phones in the house

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