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Topic # 8108 4-Jun-2006 20:38
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I have just bought a Sharp 703shf phone with Jap firmware.
I live in Auckland and most of the settings work fine apart from RECIEVING PXT/PICTURES.
I can successfully send a MMS but cannot recieve???
I have had a look around on internet forums for different settings and have not managed to find anything that will work?
It has really been buggin the crap out of me lol... I even gave Vodafone a call 2nite they didnt help too much. :(
Any suggestions? Really appreciate it! Thanks

Regards, Lost Auckland Gurl

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Reply # 37647 4-Jun-2006 20:42
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Does your SIM work in another PXT capable handset



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Reply # 37648 4-Jun-2006 20:48
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Yea worked fine in my old phone which was a gx10i thats why I am really confused.

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 37649 4-Jun-2006 20:51
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Shows this is not a Vodafone Network issue but related to the handset,

The joys of purchasing a import handset

Good luck




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Reply # 37651 4-Jun-2006 20:54
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Yea well thats what vodafone said.
I need the proper MMS settings/proxy/apn all that stuff just to make sure they are all right.
I dont see why it wont work if it sends....:S

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Reply # 37662 4-Jun-2006 21:46
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Place of purchase has to support the handset

Go back and show them the issue and don't leave till they have resolution


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Reply # 37666 4-Jun-2006 22:25
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The generic configuration settings for Vodafone New Zealand are in this thread: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?ForumId=40&TopicId=4958.

Anything else, if related to the handset, will be supported by the local importer.







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Reply # 37915 7-Jun-2006 20:18
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Bugger everything LOL

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Reply # 37916 7-Jun-2006 20:53
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You purchased the handset and it should work whats stopping you from going back

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