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Master Geek

  Reply # 52139 13-Nov-2006 11:22
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Thanks Frosty - I've been meaning to have a play around myself to try and figure that out... One thing - I can't find the Streaming HTTP setting you refer to?



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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 52154 13-Nov-2006 13:12
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Hi - no problem.

Go to Menu - Media - Media Player - Streaming Settings

Nice one



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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 52156 13-Nov-2006 13:15
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The HTTP Steaming i mentioned can be found at Menu -> Media -> Media Player - > Streaming Settings.
Nice one

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  Reply # 52715 16-Nov-2006 21:01
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Can someone please explain how I do this:

managed to get to the bottom of this. Do what the earlier post say -
In Settings/Configuration:
1. Personal Config Settings, add new, Access Point, pointing at

how do I point at www.vodafone?

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 52737 16-Nov-2006 21:58
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Hi John,

I've had a couple of people ask me now. Please ask exactly what you want to know in the forum for the good of others like you and i'll answer the best i can




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Master Geek
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  Reply # 52746 16-Nov-2006 22:20
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Has anyone worked out how to be able to send / receive multimedia messages as well as send email without having to change the configuration settings in betweeen?

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 52753 16-Nov-2006 22:50
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Hi Nix, yes i have worked it out. Please ask where you are going wrong in the forum for the good of others and i will reply


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Master Geek

  Reply # 52796 17-Nov-2006 10:24
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Nix & John,

Frosty has, as stated, solved the mystery! :) If you follow the main instructions above, then do the extra Steps Frosty posted you will be Sweet! Frosty saved me probably a couple of hours of playing around to figure it out myself so much appreciated!


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