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Topic # 94286 7-Dec-2011 15:41 Send private message

hey everyone,

I recently purchased a Samsung Omnia 7 from trademe that is from T-Mobile in Germany. I have tried using Samsungs 'Network Profile' application but cannot find any MMS settings for Vodafone NZ and therefore can't send or recv pxt. Has anyone else had this problem and been able to fix it ? The issue seems to be that since its a T-Mobile ROM there is no MMS settings selectable for VFNZ

cheers
Mike 

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  Reply # 555054 7-Dec-2011 15:48 Send private message

none of the samsung windows phones (focus and omnia 7) using the network profile tool app from the windows phone marketplace have ever been able to send or recieve mms/pxt from any of the 3 mobile operators in NZ. also there is no mms/pxt setting in the windows phone OS either. I have samsung focus imported from US and have never been able to send or recieve mms/pxt from either 2 degrees or telecom xt.

recently bought an htc titan which is also imported from overseas and htc's connection manager works like a charm on telecom xt and I have been able to send and recieve mms from other 3g enabled handsets which have pxt/mms capability.

i know of users in Australia using the samsung focus which ran the network profile app on Telstra network over there and can successfully send and recieve MMS's so the app does work but our operators config is obviously different to other country's.




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  Reply # 555062 7-Dec-2011 15:56 Send private message

much appreciated, I thought so but the people I purchased the phone are implying its somehow related to me not setting it up correctly.

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