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Topic # 7742 6-May-2006 11:51
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Hi all

Looking for some help setting up a i-Mate sp5 for PXT. I have installed the .cab from the imate website and it doesnt seem to work. I am still recieving a 'cannot send message error'. What am I missing here?

PS> Vodafone are completely useless when you ask them about this stuff

Any help appreciated

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  Reply # 35081 6-May-2006 12:35
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Hey Mauricio

Thanks for the advice, however those are the settings I already have and it still seems to be busted - any other suggestions?

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 35082 6-May-2006 12:38
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Test your own SIM card with a friend's phone you are sure works with MMS by sending a MMS to yourself. This will rule out problems on your SIM card or account. If you can't send or receive a MMS this way then you have to contact Vodafone and check your account configuration to see if it has MMS enabled.

The configuration in that thread is standard and works with all Windows Mobile devices on Vodafone.







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  Reply # 35151 7-May-2006 13:13
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Fixed it by pure fluke - for everyone else out there you need to have your MMSC set to Wap version 1.2 for pxt to work properly


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Reply # 35584 12-May-2006 14:52
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Hi there

I'm having the same problems with a imate sp3.

Any advice?

scoopy

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