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Topic # 7814 12-May-2006 11:53
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wife brought me a secondhand motorola v3 razor ( in good nick)

everything works on this fone except it will not picture text receive or send them

i have tried to download the settings from the vod site but get ( exceeds maximun limit cannot add new mms server profile)

i have done a master clear on this fone now to erase unwanted stuff but it still comes up with the same failure.
anyone can help please?

[Moderator edit: changed title, someone may come and rescue you, have a nice day.]

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Reply # 35577 12-May-2006 12:35
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This is a error that only happens with import handsets.

You will manually need to enter the PXT settings.

Than the handset is a import its up to you to reslove.



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Reply # 35579 12-May-2006 13:22
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thanks, wife brought it off trademe.
it does have a nz power plug so she thought it was a nz phone, 
she didnt ask if it was nz or from overseas. so no recourse there.
where would i find the settings to put in manually or do i have to go to a vodafone shop 
to have them done ?  

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 35581 12-May-2006 13:40
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The handset is a import so its not a vodafone issue.

Best idea find someone with a V3 and match the settings up



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Reply # 35697 14-May-2006 22:12
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ok after spending all weekend on websites about this matter , found i have too many web session names and need to delete 
them but this i dont know how to do. 
anyone out there know how to delete server profile.?
i need to delete the server profiles so i can put the vodafone nz one on it. any place in akld i can go to and have it 
done without messing up my fone.  

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