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Wannabe Geek

# 14041 12-Jun-2007 14:53
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    Anyone ou there got a genuine Vodafone NZ Motorola KRZR K1 ?

    If you have I'd be REALLY grteatful if you could send me a copy of your "WebSession" file from the /a/ of the the phone. And tell me what "server" your MMS is set to. I'm having the devil of a job to get my German (of all things) KRZR to do PXT. A familly friend bought the phone for me from the US, but it turns out to be an O2 branded one from Germany! I managed to get it to understand spoken English after a bit of internet searching and downloading English voice files. Before then all I could do was get it to invade Poland ! I have loaded up the Opera web browser and that seems to work no problems at all despite having no websessions set up at all ! must be automatic within Opera. Also managed to get the whole of Borat the movie loaded up on a 2Gig Micro SDCard.

   Thanks for any help


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Ultimate Geek
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  # 75120 19-Jun-2007 05:04
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Try here

or go to httP:// to setup K1

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Wannabe Geek

  # 75123 19-Jun-2007 08:28
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doesnt work on my phone cos it from overseas, that's my problem, and the setting on the vodafone site dont match the settings in the phone.


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Ultimate Geek
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  # 75134 19-Jun-2007 09:33
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I don't understand

You are trying to get your mobile to work with Vodafone NZ right?

Well just insert a sim card and use the site for vodafone to have the settings sent to your mobile.All you need to do then is save and activate the settings.Its so simple

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