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Topic # 6072 22-Dec-2005 21:51
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Hey,

I have a Hyundai TX95c, and my friend and also my mum just the got Hyundai/Pantech TX130c, they have tried sending me photo message's but my phone is not recieving them, it recieves texts and calls fine but not photo messages.

Why is this? The tx95c is a photo phone so it should be able to i assume.
I tried myself sending one from my mum's tx130c and still nothing.

Ps. Not really liking the 130c, camera in a werid place, + a few other weird things.

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Reply # 25316 24-Dec-2005 22:56
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Ah, I have a TX130c and 2 of my friends have a TX95c tell them NOT to put any sounds in the photo message and it "should" download correctly. otherwise try getting them to send smaller resolution photos.




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Reply # 25317 24-Dec-2005 22:59
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can you set it to vibrate? or just nothing?

have you sent photo messages to your friends tx95c? If so was there sounds off and did you send high or low res?

cheers.

 
 
 
 




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Reply # 25715 4-Jan-2006 17:49
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well, i did all those things you said work. On my mums tx130 i put the quality to low and resoultion to a resoluton thats on my phone and still it dosn't work. weird. the tx130 says it sent it but my phone dosn't recieve it.
There was no sounds just a picture attached.

my phone recieves texts and calls fine. but not pxts, from a tx130.

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Reply # 25742 5-Jan-2006 01:50
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Call Telecom, They have a lightsurf phone, you have a MMS phone. there might be something in the handling..

0800 358423 select "setting up data service" option as the rest go to 123.

Funny my samsung n391 has no problems getting MMS from vodafone with ringtones and can even save them for use! tryTHAT on a lightsurf phone!

I can also save any recording sent from a Telecom phone.

your TX95 should do the same, PM me if you want some testing.



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Reply # 25753 5-Jan-2006 10:54
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Ok thanks alot, i will give telecom a call soon and see if they know what the problem is.
Also a vodafone friend tried sending a photo message to me but again i did not recieve it.

Hopefully telecom can work it out.

Thanks alot paradoxsm :D



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Reply # 25756 5-Jan-2006 12:02
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called telecom, they told me you have to have at least $2 on your phone to be able to recieve a photo message.
I have 60cents so they told me to top up and it should work...

why do you need $2 on your phone, that seems stupid.

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