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Topic # 51391 28-Nov-2009 08:15
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Hi there, new to this but after some help, I have had a look around the net & found various info about settings to use for Telecom XT, but for some reason I can not get my phone to send MMS messages, I purchased a Sony Ericsson T715a when in Aus a few weeks back (was Vodafone) it is now unlocked & debranded & running on XT, everything works fine except for the MMS which when used just puts messages in a "queued" status & then finally they fail to send.
So a couple of questions, is it possible to somehow have the handset loaded with the XT settings or I guess branded with XT? I'm thinking if this was possible then it might also add Tworld etc, other question is does anyone know of anywhere in Christchurch that I could take the phone into  & have someone with more knowledge than me (not hard) to have a look?.
One last question, when I got the phone it had the Sony Ericsson facebook app loaded, but debranding the phone removed this, can it be put back on somehow?


Thanks for reading this hopefully someone can help.

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  Reply # 277165 28-Nov-2009 09:47
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Have you checked this link for all of the necessary APN settings?

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=39&topicid=32983


Check/compare the MMS settings.

If the debranding removed the facebook app, have a look around for a standalone app that can be installed perhaps




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  Reply # 277204 28-Nov-2009 12:49
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Thanks for your help, had seen settings before but gave it another go & mucked around for a while, now working fine, it was the "proxy settings" on my phone that I had to change, all good now tho, which is great cause it was really starting to bug me, I'll shout you a beer sometime.

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