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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 5466 30-Oct-2005 11:15
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I have a Hyundai tx115c and everytime i try to go on either my online album
or send a pxt it comes up with 'Error : T1 Please try again later.
I brought the phone second hand and have had it for a few months
and it has always displayed it when i try and use these options.
Any ideas?
Thanks

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  Reply # 22382 31-Oct-2005 20:01
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Try the following:

Menu > Settings > Security* > Reset Picture Account


* The security key is usually the last four digits of your phone number, if it isn't, go to the main screen and type #5625* then push END to find the right numbers.


Error T1 is a picture (data) communications error.




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Reply # 22418 1-Nov-2005 13:39
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I have the same phone and in the last couple of days I have been unable to send any new pxts and get error: c1

any hints on this one?

I can still send old photos just none that I have taken in the last week


 
 
 
 


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Reply # 22419 1-Nov-2005 13:52
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Wicked - don't worry all sorted. Online gallery was full haahaa



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  Reply # 22422 1-Nov-2005 16:05
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i tryed the picture account reset and it still does the same thing :S
anymore ideas???

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  Reply # 22478 2-Nov-2005 18:40
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Take your phone into a Telecom dealer; from what I understand in your previous post, you also tried to reprogram this phone yourself.




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  Reply # 22582 3-Nov-2005 16:02
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nah i got it programmed by telecom. i topped up just before and for the first time its started working :) not sure why it didnt work on the old number either but it does now. thanks for the help guys.

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