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shoe

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#1898 16-Jul-2004 20:29
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Can someone PLEASE help me. I am having nothing but trouble sending pxt to any of my friends or viewing things sent to me. I have gone through the vodafone site and followed theoir instructions but STILL no luck.
thanks! shoe

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Mobileguy
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#7241 17-Jul-2004 10:31
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HI,

Helps if you post your phone type!!!

If you have a Nokia or Sonny Ericsson try

http://wireless.vodafone.co.nz/

This will send the settings to your phone by OTA (over the air) by sms message.

Site does not contain all the dual imported handsets.

or see

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/vlive/vlive_specifications.jsp

There are numerours posts here on geekzone on how to configure a handset try a search.

Also forgot to add you may need to call Vodafone on 777 or 0800 800 021 as your mobile number may not be switched on for PXT (MMS). You need to be in their database and have GPRS added corectly to your mobile number.

IE if you phone is New Zealand brought straight out of the box it is not the phone its the mobile number not configured correctly - call Vodafone.

cheers.

Nraged
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#8199 30-Aug-2004 22:32
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MMS interoperability is still poor. Tell us more about your problem with MMS

 
 
 
 


johnr
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#8226 31-Aug-2004 09:08
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Send me your mobile number in a private message and I will check the MMSC (pxt platform) and I will also check the GPRS setup on the network.

Azza
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  #8314 6-Sep-2004 19:57
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Nraged
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#9149 5-Oct-2004 22:08
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Was this problem sorted or do you still need help?

johnr
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#9155 6-Oct-2004 06:45
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Yes it was

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