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  Reply # 2025794 30-May-2018 17:08
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     >Have you changed the MMS configuration to the Vodafone one or not?<

 

VF MMS is  live.vodafone.com

 

The new SIM was installed and set up by Voda staff.  As said earlier, I also downloaded the automated MMS set-up file from Voda.




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  Reply # 2025795 30-May-2018 17:14
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UPDATE:  Just compared setting between phones and there is a difference in the MMS set-up, e.g. proxy, port number.


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  Reply # 2025796 30-May-2018 17:14
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This is what I have on my Android device:

 

Name: Vodafone MMS
APN: live.vodafone.com
MMSC: http://pxt.vodafone.net.nz/pxtsend
MMS Proxy: 172.30.38.3
MMS Port: 8080
APN Type: mms

 

If you have these, then try using the SIM card that works on the other phone on this phone and see if it sends - if it sends then it's your account.

 

 







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  Reply # 2025800 30-May-2018 17:20
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Amended Settings accordingly … still no go yell


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  Reply # 2025807 30-May-2018 17:27
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     >Tried the SIM card that works on the phone that doesn't work?<

 

Not yet … will do that straight after Gin & Tonic … well, dinner anyway sealed




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  Reply # 2025895 30-May-2018 20:16
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OK, swapped SIMs and the 'problem phone' sent a PXT no problem at all … seems that either the SIM is bad or something is awry with the account itself.

 

Time for a Ninja in a Voda store I guess wink


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