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Topic # 16401 8-Oct-2007 11:38
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i've recently upgraded my JasJam with WM6.. everything runs great and works well

i have noticed today, that i have to manually choose with connection to use for sending pxt and connecting to the internet.. if i set the device to autopick it tries to do everything thru the VFNZ PXT setup..

any ideas?

worth mentioning that i only upgraded to WM6 because the device was unable to send/receive PXT even though i'd set everything up correctly, had it checked by Vodafone and Imate

now i can receive fine, but have to manually connect  to be sure of a send

thanx in advance for any help given

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  Reply # 90176 8-Oct-2007 20:57
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spot on on thanx mate.. i did see that post, but didn't think it would fix my issue..

blazing now.. thanx a bunch


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Reply # 90179 8-Oct-2007 21:01
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Great! Good to see it's working for you now...

If you are using MMS, others have reported that Vodafone may be incorrectly billing $0.10 per message. Check this in your bill if your plan includes free MMS.

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