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Topic # 8245 15-Jun-2006 00:47
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I thought MMS is the same from all phones? But for some reason I can't receive MMS from a W700i to my 6600. Is there some kind of new MMS on these new phones? because my 6600 is 3 or 4 years old now

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Reply # 38581 15-Jun-2006 08:58
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Are the PXT over 100k you are sending to the 6600



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Reply # 38583 15-Jun-2006 09:28
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no they're just filled with some text

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 38586 15-Jun-2006 09:39
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Cause the W700i is a import handset you run these risks. Sorry can't help any further



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Reply # 38589 15-Jun-2006 09:43
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what do you mean? aren't they sold here?   

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Reply # 38590 15-Jun-2006 09:44
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Where did you purchase the handset from

I could be wrong but can't say I have seen them around



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Reply # 38593 15-Jun-2006 09:52
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Hong Kong. I'm sure it can work  

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Reply # 38595 15-Jun-2006 09:53
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Vicx: Hong Kong. I'm sure it can work


This makes it a IMPORT handset so you are on your own does not matter if stores sell them here its still a IMPORT



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Reply # 38601 15-Jun-2006 10:00
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But my 6600 was bought from Dubai months before they were sold here, no problems with that

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Reply # 38604 15-Jun-2006 10:02
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Does not matter they are IMPORT handsets

Check with the handset makers and make sure they have the latest firmware on both

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Reply # 38613 15-Jun-2006 10:46
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to extend further on what johnr is saying, import handsets often use totally different settings to make anything other than voice or sms work.

even if the same model is sold and supported here, an imported example is often very different in the firmware/settings. vodafone NZ doesnt support setting these hamdsets up, as they didnt sell them (and dont make a profit from the handset, so dont want to dedicate support staff to the problem etc (and rightly so)).

someone with an imported phone who had the same trouble, and managed to fix it, may be able to help you out.




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Reply # 38618 15-Jun-2006 11:12
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PM muppetz or unlocker



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Reply # 38700 15-Jun-2006 19:47
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I've been looking around but I can't find where you compose PMs, where do I go? I'll let them know as soon as I can.

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Reply # 38711 15-Jun-2006 21:32
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I'm sorry I can't do any phone stuff at the moment, please don't PM me with any requests.

Cheers.

The way you compose PM's is to click on the "email" icon. Rather confusing I know :)



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Reply # 38716 15-Jun-2006 21:51
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how do you edit the recipient though?

also, muppet, how do you do it? if its all done through software maybe I could do it myself   

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Reply # 38733 16-Jun-2006 08:02
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I have special software (that requires a hardware dongle) along with special cables. The newer phones are quite hard to work with, I wouldn't suggest doing it yourself unless you like a challenge and the possability if you made a mistake of having to open your phone up and use a testboot to boot it again.

I'm not even sure if flashing the phone is going to fix whatever problem the phone has. Have you just tried the SonyEricsson Online Update service, there could well be a FW update that fixes the problem.




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