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Topic # 7697 4-May-2006 03:55
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My uncle has just purchased me a Samsung D600. Although a lovely gesture, its on T-Mobile and my old number which i

dont want to change is on Vodafone.

So ive put my Vodafone sim into the fone and its been no problem, but the only problem ive had is the fact that i cant

access my wap or have my mms/email working

i was wondering if someone knows how to manually configure the settings in the profiles.

Any info someone could give would be a great help

Thanks guys !!!! :)

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  Reply # 34768 4-May-2006 11:33
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Oh my've brought in a phone from overseas, and it has no settings for Vodafone new zealand...
shock of horror, the world is going to end...

Check out the sticky in the vodafone forumn...

or go to and try using the mobile phone configurator... I don't see a D600...D500 is as close as it gets
and I'm not familiar with samsung phones so dont know how closely the models are related...might work...might quarantines

hope this helps...

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  Reply # 34772 4-May-2006 11:46
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paynezs's profile indicates that he is from the UK, so any .nz settings may not be appropriate.

Do any of our UK crew know the settings paynezs needs?

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