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Topic # 6775 22-Feb-2006 16:25
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Recently i bought a panasonic vs2 from a parallel imported shop and the browser was working fine until i fiddled around with the data connections and wap setting ( so i could see pictures on VF live) now every time i try to get on to any wap site it says "request rejected"

Does anyone know what the setting need to be on wap profiles, and data connections??
Or if there is another way of fixing this?

help would be much appreciated!

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Reply # 29117 22-Feb-2006 20:46
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You won't get pictures on Vodafone LIVE ever. Vodafone have made sure of that. see my post in vodafone for "generic settings"

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Reply # 29123 22-Feb-2006 21:50
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paradoxsm the only issue is the handset is not connecting to Vlive. Am I correct?

I am not sure why they changed the settings when it worked

lillypop I think you need the link below

http://wireless.vodafone.com.au/

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Reply # 29124 22-Feb-2006 21:55
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I tried your genric settings post but the phone has more options than you described so i dont know what to change them to....

To Johnr, i didnt know that non vodafone live couldnt get pictures, so i though if i played around with it i could allow pictures, but it turned out i stuffed the wap!

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Reply # 29125 22-Feb-2006 22:00
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Try the wireless site

http://wireless.vodafone.com.au/ (don't use this one its for Vodafone OZ)

once its working don't change anything.

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Reply # 29127 22-Feb-2006 22:02
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Sorry here is the New Zealand one

http://wireless.vodafone.co.nz/ota.cfm



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Reply # 29128 22-Feb-2006 22:04
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lol i have definatly learnt my lesson!!

ill try this link



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Reply # 29129 22-Feb-2006 22:05
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panasonic vs2 is not on the list

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Reply # 29131 22-Feb-2006 22:07
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Pick something else that is close



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Reply # 29136 22-Feb-2006 22:15
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okay thanks for your help will try it out and let you know how it goes



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Reply # 29138 22-Feb-2006 22:26
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Hey thanks soo much it worked, this forum is great !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Reply # 29158 23-Feb-2006 08:51
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Good to hear it worked and now no more playing with the settings

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Reply # 29161 23-Feb-2006 08:53
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libbypop: Hey thanks soo much it worked, this forum is great !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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