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Reply # 19717 5-Sep-2005 20:13
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Reply # 19859 8-Sep-2005 20:52

I have sent a pxt to myself on my friends mobile and it worked. what do I do to my mobile now?

 
 
 
 




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Reply # 19947 11-Sep-2005 13:48

Is anyone there???

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Reply # 19948 11-Sep-2005 13:56
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Jasper: On my phone I have:Description,mmsc address,data connection,gateway,ip address and port
You have to configure the connections:

Start | Settings | More | Data Connections

Internet: automatic
Work: automatic
WAP: automatic
Secure WAP: automatic
WAP Proxy: automatic
MMS: Voda MMS

Menu | Edit Connections | GPRS Connections

1 Internet, Connects to The Internet, Access Point www.vodafone.net.nz

2 Voda MMS, Connects to MMS Network, Access Point live.vodafone.com

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Then Start | MMS Settings

Connect via MMS Network

Menu | MMSC Settings

Vodafone PXT, MMSC URL http://pxt.vodafone.net.nz/pxtsend, WAP Gateway 172.30.38.3, Port 9201

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Some menus might be just a little different on your phone, but this is the configuration for PXT/MMS on Vodafone NZ...







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Reply # 20020 13-Sep-2005 21:11

THANKS SO MUCH NOW I HAVE BOTH MY INTERNET AND PXT WORKING!!!!!!!!!!

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