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Topic # 8334 21-Jun-2006 21:52
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I wonder if someone can help me please. I have a Sony Ericsson P900 and when I send a Pxt it gets to 94% complete and then says..... Message sending failed. But.... it does actually send. I only found this out after a friend texted me asking why I had sent the same Pxt 8 times! Also.... I don't seem to get charged for them. Any ideas anyone why this might be happening.

Jillann

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Reply # 39251 22-Jun-2006 07:18
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Visit sonyericsson.com and make sure you have the latest OS loaded onto the handset

If not back up your phone and then go through the update process



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Reply # 39252 22-Jun-2006 08:06
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Ok, thanks for that, I'll give it a try at the weekend when I have more time :-)

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  Reply # 39253 22-Jun-2006 08:16
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Once you have actioned the update send OTA settings to handset for PXT (this can be done from the sonyericsson website)

Once updated go into Control panel--connections tab--internet accounts--other--3rd option down change this to GSM only.



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Reply # 39613 26-Jun-2006 06:56
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Hi John

Thanks for your help, my phone appears to be working ok now and not showing the 'Failed to send' message anymore.

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