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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 5880 5-Dec-2005 22:27
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hi can anyone help me to obtain this firmware for usb-smart so i can use voda live at the moment im using the euro version but can seem to set up the voda live to work

cheers for any help

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Master Geek

  Reply # 24275 6-Dec-2005 09:03
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If you have the Euro firmware on it, then there should be no problem with the Vodafone Live! You just have to setup Internet and Streaming settings on your phone manually. Done that many times now. Cheers!


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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 24290 6-Dec-2005 13:38
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I set up lots of times but still not working.
I tried ;

Internet Setting>APN Settings
Access Point Name:VFNZ
Authentication Type:PAP
Use Name:None
Linger Time:180

Internet setting>Proxy settings
Proxy Name:VFNZ Internet
Proxy Address:
Access Point:VFNZ
Port Number:8080
Authentication Type:HTTP-BASIC
User Name:none

Internet setting>Streaming Settings
Plofile Name:VFNZ
Proxy addrss:
Proxy port Number:8080
Access Point:VFNZ

Vodafone shop said the setting is OK but not working.

Can anyone help me to how to set up 903Sh?


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Master Geek

  Reply # 24353 7-Dec-2005 09:44
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OK here's another way of doing it. First do a Master Reset choose Reset All, the code is 9999 (default) You'll lose all downloaded and saved stuff as well as phone numbers. Please don't forget to back-up.

Then create new Access Point

Access Point: Vodafone Access


Auth Type: PAP

Then proxy:

Proxy: Vodafone Proxy

Proxy Add:

Access Point: refer to the access point account created above (Vodafone Access)


Port: 8080


Then WAP settings, create new

Name: Vodafone Live

Proxy: Vodafone Proxy

Use Proxy: On

Then activate it.

For the streaming

Create new

Name: Vodafone Streaming

Proxy Address: blank

Proxy Port: 554

Access Point : Vodafone Access

Then activate it. Good luck!



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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 24389 7-Dec-2005 18:51
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cheers for the info will try it and let you know


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Wannabe Geek

Reply # 24443 8-Dec-2005 18:25
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BOOM good job that worked first time.Thank you sir

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Master Geek

Reply # 24466 9-Dec-2005 08:24
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No worries. Enjoy Vodafone Live!

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 25545 31-Dec-2005 14:12
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Hi i have a sharp 903 with the hong kong software, i was wondering if there is any way to flush it and install euro firmware on it...thanks

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  Reply # 25548 31-Dec-2005 15:05
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Flush it or flash it LOL

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Master Geek

Reply # 25599 2-Jan-2006 08:16
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shoebizz: Hi i have a sharp 903 with the hong kong software, i was wondering if there is any way to flush it and install euro firmware on it...thanks

Flushing it is easy boy, hehehe. Flashing it is another story. you need to take it to stores selling this models, parallel imported phones. You'll be charged depending on the stores' rate.


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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 25647 3-Jan-2006 12:13
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where abouts r u if you r in chch i can do for you for $20 or you can send to me with a return courier bag

BDFL - Memuneh
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