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Topic # 8635 17-Jul-2006 11:22
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I have an Sp 5 when i go to send a mms or pix it reamins in my outbox and wont send ( i have push the send and recieve button and it comes up with a hour glass). I have changed the phones setting to vodafone new zealand settings and have sent them in the past. What do i do

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Reply # 41822 17-Jul-2006 11:28
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You could do a simple test: get a friend's phone (one that you know can send and receive MMS) and insert your SIM card. Send a MMS to your own number and you should receive.

If it sends/receives ok then it's a configuration problem on your Smartphone (http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?ForumId=17&TopicId=4440). If it doesn't then call Vodafone and ask them to make sure the MMS configurations for your account are correct.







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  Reply # 41826 17-Jul-2006 11:33
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i have sent them before with no problems and have checked the settings. It is like the phone is thinking

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 41827 17-Jul-2006 11:35
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Changes in someone's account happens sometimes, without they knowing. Still worth calling and checking with them. And testing with someone's phone.

Just because it worked before it doesn't mean it will work forever...







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  Reply # 41829 17-Jul-2006 11:48
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account is fine and works in another phone. Settings are right, it seams like the phone doesnt even try to send it as i am not getting the trying to send icon on the phone

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