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  Reply # 38671 15-Jun-2006 17:12
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Any chance telecom will let us send/recieve MMS with this update? i know there have been applications that have made it work for sprint customers..I believe we just need telecom server details?

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  Reply # 39157 21-Jun-2006 10:42
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dazzanz: Any chance telecom will let us send/recieve MMS with this update? i know there have been applications that have made it work for sprint customers..I believe we just need telecom server details?


looks like the functionality is in, but it wont let me send nor recieve.





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  Reply # 39162 21-Jun-2006 10:56
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I know this is a bit repetitive, but does anyone have any information on a release date from Telecom?



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Reply # 39166 21-Jun-2006 11:00
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I put my hand up for Christmas! Tongue out

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  Reply # 39173 21-Jun-2006 11:08
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mule: I know this is a bit repetitive, but does anyone have any information on a release date from Telecom?


I think it should be appearing on their site very soon, As I have obtained a copy, and Im not anybody particularly special.

as to my MMS comment above, the messaging looks like it should be able to send via mms but the options are greyed out, so will investigate further.

Cheers.






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Reply # 39199 21-Jun-2006 12:28
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There is no MMS support. The upgrade is publically available as in 100's have been upgraded. The hold up is getting it onto the Telecom website.

If you have an FTP PM me the address and I will upload for you.




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  Reply # 39209 21-Jun-2006 13:30
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Jama: There is no MMS support. The upgrade is publically available as in 100's have been upgraded. The hold up is getting it onto the Telecom website.

If you have an FTP PM me the address and I will upload for you.


I'm just waiting on confirmation that is ok, then I'll host it and post a link after work.


confirmation DENIED! look here for patch: www.telecom.co.nz





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Reply # 39210 21-Jun-2006 13:45
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inane: I'm just waiting on confirmation that is ok, then I'll host it and post a link after work.


LOOK HERE FOR PATCH!


I am sorry but this is not alowed. Unless the file is hosted by Telecom New Zealand we can not have links to it.

There is no way to be sure the file has not been tampered in any way, intentionally or not, before beig posted. Also there are copyright matters to consider.

Please post only a link if it is to a TNZ domain.





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  Reply # 39216 21-Jun-2006 16:07
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freitasm:
inane: I'm just waiting on confirmation that is ok, then I'll host it and post a link after work.


LOOK HERE FOR PATCH!




I am sorry but this is not alowed. Unless the file is hosted by Telecom New Zealand we can not have links to it.



There is no way to be sure the file has not been tampered in any way, intentionally or not, before beig posted. Also there are copyright matters to consider.



Please post only a link if it is to a TNZ domain.





Fair enough, good policy to have really, saves every one from un-necessary hassle.

Unfortunately Its at full version but _not_ at public release phase unfortunatley guys so dont bother pm-ing me cos I cant share it round either...

bit of an anticlimax really.





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Reply # 39222 21-Jun-2006 17:40
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The Apache AKU2 ROM update is available for 48 hours on a Telecom server. Please check this thread for information on server, username and password:

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?ForumId=39&TopicId=8331

I am now locking this thread because it's completed from my point of view. Any support issues, or other discussions on features, please open a new thread.





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