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Topic # 12396 15-Mar-2007 14:45
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Hi Guys,

Need your help / assistance in setting up my Dopod900 (imate jasjar) for SKY Mobile TV.  I want to register before end of the month to avail of that 3-wk free period so hope you can help me here.

I went to a Vodafone branch and they told me that if I wanted my phone to be configured, then I had to give it to them and they will be charging me $55 for the handling fee or something. I bought my phone in Malaysia but I am currently using Vodafone Prepay and I am able to connect 3G/ GPRS.  I am not sure how I can access Vodafone Live and I understand I need to have that as it's linked to the SKY mobile tv channels.

Anybody here holding a non-vodafone 3g phone? Hope you can teach me how to connect this or do I really have to have my phone configured by Vodafone?

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  Reply # 63815 15-Mar-2007 14:58
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cannot get mobile tv on i-mate jasjar, jasjam, etc. you need a vodafone live! 3G handset.





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  Reply # 63816 15-Mar-2007 14:59
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Go to wireless.vodafone.co.nz and select your device and you will find the GPRS and WAP settings sent to your phone.

There is a chance you may not be able to access mobile TV anyway - the Jasjar is the only device that is capable of Mobile TV but if you don't have rhe required Vodafone DRM on the phone (since it's not a Vodafone branded device) it may not work. Paying $55 may get it working if the phone is flashed with Vodafone firmware.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 63817 15-Mar-2007 15:00
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mike: cannot get mobile tv on i-mate jasjar, jasjam, etc. you need a vodafone live! 3G handset.


Somebody will probably correct me now but I belived the Jasjar does TV and it's the only device that does.

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  Reply # 63818 15-Mar-2007 15:01
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only windows mobile device?





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  Reply # 63819 15-Mar-2007 15:03
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all Vodafone's pocketpc phones do not have Vodafone Live! at all, so you cannot get Sky Mobile TV on them. As I have checked with Vodafone about Sky Mobile TV on my JasJam which is not imported version, and they told me that because it is not Vodafone Live! device.




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  Reply # 63820 15-Mar-2007 15:13
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Oh no!!!! I was so looking forward to getting sky mobile tv!

sbiddle, I already have the settings for GPRS. My phone automaticallyconnects to VodafoneGPRSwhen i open my Opera browser.

Mike, I can definitely watch TV on my phone... although im doing that thru wi-fi with the Handi TV application. The thing is, Handi TV doesnt have really good channels not like Sky mobile tv. (http://www.pocketgear.com/software_detail.asp?id=22918)

Chiefie, that is so weird, isnt it? I mean, pocketpc phones should be the priority of Vodafone for this Sky MObile tv service.....

Thanks for your reply, everybody. I might just have to settle for handi tv then..

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  Reply # 63822 15-Mar-2007 15:18
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sure, i meant sky mobile tv, i have a vodafone jasjam, same as chiefie.





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  Reply # 63947 16-Mar-2007 12:35
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Screens so big it will really look bad on it, vs the look bad of normal sized phone displays.




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