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Topic # 6295 13-Jan-2006 23:01
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Have just purchased a Nokia 6230i from singapore. TXT works fine but nothing else. Vodafone cant txt the settings to me, it just doesnt receive the message. How do i go about manually configuring this... complete noob so need it in n00b format plz

Hope someone can help

Many thanks

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  Reply # 26409 14-Jan-2006 00:00
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On internet page of your GSM provider you should find the settings for Nokia phones.

On your mobile phone go to:
settings->configuration-->personal configuration settings-->opitons-->add new
and select the service you want to configure
enter the settings from internet page. turn of and turn on the mobile phone.



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Reply # 26410 14-Jan-2006 00:44
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Still no love... found rough answers but nothing specific to the 6230i only the 6230 and they have a different firmware. Is there anyone out there that hasnt been able to send through the auto config sms from the vodafone site?

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 26411 14-Jan-2006 00:54
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Try the Nokia Order settings page.

It appears to have your handset and also the Vlive GPRS settings. Pressumely it also has the MMS settings as well.




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Reply # 26418 14-Jan-2006 10:56
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I wish it was that easy mate, as i said originally the phone simply wont receive the auto config txts, it somehow blocks the receiving of them

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