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Topic # 4940 12-Sep-2005 10:07
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Hey guys,

Anyone know the Manual settings for new Sharp V902/802? Not supported on Vodafone wireless portal??

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  Reply # 20022 13-Sep-2005 22:46
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Have done some extensive "tituing" on the phone and finally come up with all the settings possible for the Sharp V902!!! OTA doesnt work so dont even bother!!! trying to use the vodafone portal. The key is to use the manual settings available for the Sony V800.
IP Address, as APN Address, as MMS Settings. Good luck with configuring!!

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  Reply # 20024 13-Sep-2005 22:49
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hey bro, can you watch TV streaming with V902?


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  Reply # 20025 13-Sep-2005 22:53
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Can access some parts of streaming like downloading video clips although cannot watch mobisodes yet, will keep trying!!!

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  Reply # 20075 14-Sep-2005 21:31
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Can anyone tell me why the Sharp V802 Is not compatible with the V902 WAP/PXT Settings. They are only slightly different but the settings are very different

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  Reply # 20832 30-Sep-2005 13:25
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refer to my comment in the 802 thread.

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  Reply # 21434 13-Oct-2005 00:19
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Also... for those with this phone model a word of advice.

A lot of the "straight out of the box" 902s won't be able to receive MMS messages (sending functions normally). To fix this just do a master reset (usually the phone code is 9999).

I wouldn't recommend doing this on 903sh as the particular firmware hack doesn't deal well with full resets.

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