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Topic # 6257 10-Jan-2006 23:47
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can anyone help meh out on dis one plz?

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Reply # 26091 10-Jan-2006 23:59
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Have you tried checking the Vodafone Over the Air configuation website to see if it has your phone on it?

It makes things much easier in terms of setting up the phone as you just type your phone number into it and it will send the settings over the air (believe it or not :P ).




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  Reply # 26170 11-Jan-2006 20:47
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yeh it wasnt listed

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  Reply # 26182 11-Jan-2006 21:40
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Just use any motorola one



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  Reply # 26188 11-Jan-2006 22:58
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panasonic vs3 not motorola v3 :D

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Reply # 26189 11-Jan-2006 23:02
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Have you tried any of the Panasonic models?




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  Reply # 26190 11-Jan-2006 23:09
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yup i tried vs2 settings bt didnt work :/

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