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Topic # 4863 3-Sep-2005 18:45
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Hey Guys

Not if this is a handset or Lightsurf issues but whenever I try to send an MMS to a TX95c it doesn't work correctly, Now the text and the Photo work right but the person does not recieve the sound file.

Not Sure about Telecom but some Vodafone MMS phones have a different size on the MMS Limit i.e 40kb - 100kb.

So is it possible the network is stripping the sound file due to size constraints?




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  Reply # 19586 3-Sep-2005 18:53
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I remember trying to send sound files to a TX95c ages ago, and it could only recieve/play about 1 out of 10.

Have you tried sending to a different phone? (narrow down whether its the Pantech or the Hyundai causing the trouble.)




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  Reply # 19587 3-Sep-2005 19:08
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Definately the Hyundai. I sent them to two with them. I sent them to a Nokia and it was fine.




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