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Topic # 60838 4-May-2010 11:25
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I've purchased the HTC Pure but it is all setup for AT&T.  The phone works fine on XT, Except
Long press the of #1 keeps telling me voicemail is not configured on this line.  I enter in 083210 press done but it doesn't make any difference.  
It has all the AT&T specific apps that I don't really want and can't delete from the phone.

Any ideas/solutions?

Cheers,

David.


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  Reply # 326436 4-May-2010 12:55
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These issues are closely related to the similar problem of modifying a Telstra-branded HTC Touch Diamond2 (WM Pro 6.5) for use on XT. (Both are HTC Topaz). So you might like to explore the web; even some Oz users do not like the Telstra stuff on their phones.

Are you familiar with dealing to Windows Mobile?

In specific regard to VoiceMail:
see the values under HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Vmail
Change PhoneNumber1 to +6483083210 (use the international format, not local format so it should work if you are connected from another network when o/s) You may or may not need to fiddle with RegOverRidesSIM, mine is set to 1

See http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?ForumId=39&TopicId=41609&page_no=7
and
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=219365

You will have other work to do in terms of setting up data connections, ICS, MMS etc. Some might suggest you switch to a different cooked ROM rather than try to knock the AT&T specific version into shape.



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  Reply # 326455 4-May-2010 13:33
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Brilliant that sorted the voicemail out... I'll now look into changing the rom.
I had to add the registry to override the RegOverridesSIM by copying this:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=219365

Thanks for your help.

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  Reply # 327561 6-May-2010 21:41
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Goodoh. Presumably you do not have access to the 2100MHz XT band, only to 850MHz ('cos AT&T Topaz 210 uses 1900 & 850MHz)?



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  Reply # 331165 18-May-2010 07:49
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Yes unfortunately, however I've not had a problem with the 3g. It would be good if it supported 2100 but I travel to the states more than other countries so this isn't so bad.

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