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Topic # 9352 10-Sep-2006 23:04
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Hi gf has a Samsung e530 from the UK, and I have been able to configure it for wap access, but thus far have had no luck with pxt/mms. Every time I send her a pxt, she just gets a txt from vodafone telling her to go to the pxtworld site. Any ideas on how to allow her to actually recieve pxt's on her phone??? cheers

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  Reply # 45811 11-Sep-2006 11:07
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Has she sent a MMS from it yet??

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Reply # 45816 11-Sep-2006 11:43
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If she can send but not receive, call Vodafone and ask them to make sure her number is configured as able to receive MMS. It happened to another of my numbers before.

Of couse after this the Samsung must be correctly configured to receive MMS. There's a sticky post in the forum here with the default configuration for Vodafone New Zealand.


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  Reply # 45830 11-Sep-2006 15:57

You must send a PXT from the handset before you can receive a PXT otherwise Vodafone will always send you to

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