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Topic # 5467 30-Oct-2005 23:14
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Hi.

I've just bought a Jasjar but I don't seem to be able to find the Vodafone Live! menu. I'd like to watch movie TV and have a look at the music store on the 3G Vodafone Live!.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Cheers.

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Reply # 22318 30-Oct-2005 23:45
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The i-mate Jasjar is not part of the Vodafone live! handsets and will not play the DRM-protected media available on Vodafone.





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  Reply # 22319 31-Oct-2005 01:14
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and have a look at the music store on the 3G Vodafone Live!

Ignore the overpriced and overrestricted music store, and just rip your own music to play directly on the device, or use amplifier.net.nz or something.




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  Reply # 22355 31-Oct-2005 13:19
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The vodafone music store's music is of poor quality (about 80Kbps).. The videos are neat but have limited usage due to most stuff being "highlights from.."

The news video service is good, that's the only thing i'll miss, the music videos are cool but the pricing is prohibitive to have fun with it. (like $1.50 just to stream.)

the rest, you seriously won't miss it when you have a JasJar.

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