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Topic # 4947 13-Sep-2005 10:34
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Hi guys, just curious to find out if anyone knows when the nokia 6255 will be able to stream video clips off the network.
In the user manuel it says the Media Gallery should be under the menu heading Media, but in every 6255 that i have looked at is missing that option and this is where you stream the videos through i guess since this is where you do it on the sanyo 7400???

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Reply # 20004 13-Sep-2005 12:45
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i dont know that the Nokia 6255 was ever sold with that feature in NZ. Might be that the functionality is disabled for whatever reason?

There is not a whole lot of precedent for a phone on CDMA in NZ to be retroactively enabled for a major service that I am aware of... (doesnt mean it cant happen though).

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Reply # 20006 13-Sep-2005 13:31
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But this must be false advertising then because on the dummy phone displayed in stores it has a picture of a lady reading the news with the words "newstreaming" above her. Or is this something different.

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Reply # 20010 13-Sep-2005 16:19
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That phone has the fuctionally in the device to support video streaming, however the phone does not support Telecom's launched service so it was disabled

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