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  Reply # 211996 4-May-2009 06:18
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My SE k850i is all fixed.

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  Reply # 212037 4-May-2009 10:03
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Yep my n85 works too finally

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  Reply # 214284 12-May-2009 09:26
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Hi John,

i have a handset for you to add,

Sony Ericsson w760i

small tiny pxt/mms received


on this handset aswell.

Cheers


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  Reply # 214474 12-May-2009 21:00
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toii: Does anyone know if this has been fixed yet?


Every handset is treated different

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  Reply # 214551 13-May-2009 10:03
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Just to report, my C902 is still sending small ones, however my girlfriend's S550 is sending me normal size ones. I'm guessing that it's all about the sender as opposed to the receiver?

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  Reply # 214554 13-May-2009 10:08
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No it's the reciever




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  Reply # 214562 13-May-2009 10:26
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Right, well in that case my C902 is still buggered :(

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  Reply # 215053 15-May-2009 14:44
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Really strange, my girlfriends VGA pxts are coming through (since the fix) with awesome quality!
I was considering getting her a new handset with 3.2MPsay but now probly don't need to.
Go team!

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  Reply # 215054 15-May-2009 14:46
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Also, if you go into a VF store and get them to remove the PXT service settings in Siebel, and then re add them a whil later, things seem to go back to normal.....
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  Reply # 215066 15-May-2009 15:13
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Chompchomp: Also, if you go into a VF store and get them to remove the PXT service settings in Siebel, and then re add them a whil later, things seem to go back to normal.....

Yezzir.


This will not add a profile onto the transcoder and resolve small PXT image issue

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  Reply # 215082 15-May-2009 16:17
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True but does help fix the common question I get pretty much every day "my pxt has stopped working, can you fix it?"
Just trying to help.

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  Reply # 217573 25-May-2009 08:10
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Hi Johnr,

Do you know if the mms size issues have been fixed up ?


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  Reply # 219221 29-May-2009 11:18
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johnr:
blaXoid: John,

Still having the same issue - see post above


Service is still working just PXT image size is smaller

There is going to be a service pack loaded onto the network element instead of doing them 1 at a time

Should be on soon

John


So, 2 months after this I'm still having this issue? Any updates for us john?

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