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Topic # 4631 12-Aug-2005 12:59
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could someone please give me their settings for 3g streaming? For my Nokia 6680




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  Reply # 18189 12-Aug-2005 13:01

are you after something in particular? mine came pre setup..



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  Reply # 18190 12-Aug-2005 13:04
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the video streaming..




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  Reply # 18192 12-Aug-2005 13:06

but what about it?
Would you like my real player settings?


Video streaming runs off the vodafone live portal, you browse through, find what you like and it automatically loads up real player which connects, loads the buffer and streams at the end you hit back and your at vflive..

so the first question is do you have vf live access?
then.. if so, what isnt working and which settings would you like?

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  Reply # 18195 12-Aug-2005 13:11

proxy no
network
as follows

default access point vfnz gateway
online time unlimited
connection time out 60 secs
server timeout 40 secs
lowest udp port 6970
highest udp port 7170



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  Reply # 18197 12-Aug-2005 13:16
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i can get to the portal, pick what i want to stream choose watch now, then the phone says
connection to sever needed so I choose yes it then errors saying "define default access point first"





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  Reply # 18198 12-Aug-2005 13:19

you should define the default accesspoint as vfnz gateway
if you dont have it
goto http://wireless.vodafone.co.nz/m2mwap/ and select 6680 as your handset and if you follow the instructions you will get settings sent over the network to you



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  Reply # 18199 12-Aug-2005 13:23
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what are the vfnz gateway settings? I got vf pxt and vf live apn settings..






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  Reply # 18201 12-Aug-2005 13:27

gateway = live
three apns
pxt, internet and live/gateway
i got aus apns too on mine by default



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  Reply # 18203 12-Aug-2005 13:30
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k cool got it working thanks...
do you find your phone running out of memory a lot, when doing this 3g, streaming stuff?





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  Reply # 18204 12-Aug-2005 13:37

sometimes.. i said in another thread that a daily reboot is the trick cept the damn series 60 takes so long to load up.

between preloaded applications, a java game or two i installed, some mp3s and images its full. A bigger rs-mmc card is a must.

glad you got it working

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  Reply # 18205 12-Aug-2005 14:22
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SNicolle:
between preloaded applications, a java game or two i installed, some mp3s and images its full. A bigger rs-mmc card is a must.



On that note, make sure you get the Dual Voltage RS-MMC cards.. as the usual bulk standard RS-MMC cards DON'T work!!!

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  Reply # 18226 12-Aug-2005 16:09

And dont expect miracles: the highest capacity of Dual Voltage RS MMC card is 256 MB at the moment on the market.
If its bigger, then its probably not dual voltage and wont work.

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