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Topic # 4871 4-Sep-2005 19:39
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I am still curious on how to get Vodafone Live on i-mate Smartphone2, I saw Vodafone Live on i-mate SP3i and i am sure it is possible to get Smartphone2 to set up with VLive too.

Anyone got any idea? or cross reference SP3i's settings for me to use on Smartphone2.



p/s: when i-mate JasJar is out, will it be more likely to have Vodafone Live! 3G accessibilty?




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Reply # 19624 4-Sep-2005 21:19
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I would say the i-mate JasJar would be classed as a business tool and targeted at business market



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  Reply # 19636 5-Sep-2005 09:56
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true, but isn't what Nokia 6680 aiming at corporate users? And it comes with VLive! too. regardless whether it's business device or not, I think Vodafone should try to maximise their VLive! access as much as possible.




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  Reply # 19779 6-Sep-2005 21:48
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do you just want the settings to be able to go online with your smartphone or do you want to have access to vodafone live?

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  Reply # 19793 7-Sep-2005 08:40
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Zalameh1, i can get online with my Smartphone2, just need to get on to Vlive.

Lipex666, yes i have read those links before i started this topic. heheh




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  Reply # 19799 7-Sep-2005 10:31
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yeh, i cant access VLive either, but that doesnt really bother me.
do you get "Forbidden" when you try? i get that.



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  Reply # 19800 7-Sep-2005 10:40
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i just get the live.vodafone.com message


i like to compare settings on SP3i with Smartphone2, because SP3 can get VLive for unknown reason...




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