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Topic # 8747 27-Jul-2006 11:23
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I have a blue Motorola V3 which i got from Asia.

Everything works fine apart from the Internet browser and pxt.

I know i have to enter the pxt setting in manually. Does anyone know how?

Thanks

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  Reply # 42583 27-Jul-2006 14:10
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Have you tried using the pxt/phone configurator at wireless.vodafone.co.nz??


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Reply # 42604 27-Jul-2006 18:09
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Does the SIM work in another PXT handset

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 43436 7-Aug-2006 17:49
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I have the same problem, Vodaphone told me to call Motorola, which I did but they're based in australia and weren't able to help either. Can anyone solve this problem?

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  Reply # 43455 7-Aug-2006 20:59
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The joys of a import handset

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  Reply # 43546 8-Aug-2006 15:05
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I know, its something that really annoys me with vodafone. You would think they would go out of there way to help you to get setup to use there overpriced services on any phone you like. Not push you to one side because you didnt choose to get one of there marked up by 50-70% handsets with customized obsolete firmware on it.

I guess they dont want to help people to spend money.




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Reply # 43552 8-Aug-2006 16:09
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Richms inorrect Vodafone should not support imported handsets,

The FW is not tested many data accounts are locked down and the list goes on

Check out the issues Cokemaster has had with using a IMPORT phone.

Thats just like saying if someone buys a TV overseas its TVNZs job to get the TV tuned in.




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