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Topic # 5611 11-Nov-2005 22:27
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I need to be able to delete the settings for wap and mms to make space for settings that acutaly work! Does anyone know how to do this? Would restore factory settings help?

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  Reply # 23053 12-Nov-2005 08:44
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Go into tools and delete the access points. You only need 3

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  Reply # 23894 26-Nov-2005 12:08
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Hi there, I had a similar problem. If you insert the sim card and turn the phone on as normal and then key

*#335738#

then it will display all the media, MMS, GRPS profiles stored on your phone. U can then select the ones which you want to delete. Once done, turn phone off and back on and then proceed to input ur new media settings.


 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 23926 27-Nov-2005 08:53
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Oh my god, i am so gratefull! No one else has been able to tell me how to do this, thanks again!

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