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Topic # 9609 30-Sep-2006 16:38
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i use e61 nokia phone near 2weeks now ~~~there is something i have to tell u guys here ~~


1...i still can not make it works with my gmail~~even i take it to the vodafone shop the staff can not make it work as well



2...when i use to go on to live.vodafone .com. can not see the music store ...  i take to vodafone shop the staff can not make it work as well



3...nice phone easy to text message ~~~also got nice sound ~~~


 

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Reply # 47204 30-Sep-2006 16:53
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only Vlive approved handsets will work on music store and other 3G services the phone is not sold as been able to use these services

No Vodafone store or dealer should be trying to make it work!!

If you want to use all Vlive services purchase a Vlive branded approved handset

But yes this is a very nice phone



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  Reply # 47231 1-Oct-2006 12:46
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but ~ i buy it at vodafone ~~store ~~~~~ not  oversea one

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 47233 1-Oct-2006 13:15
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AaronRong: but ~ i buy it at vodafone ~~store ~~~~~ not oversea one


You may have bought it in NZ at a Vodafone store but the device is NOT a Vlive capable handset. Not all phones sold by Vodafone or their licensed dealers are Vlive capable.

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  Reply # 47239 1-Oct-2006 14:05
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AaronRong: but ~ i buy it at vodafone ~~store ~~~~~ not oversea one


Please read my post again I made it quite clear why music store does not work on your Nokia E61

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