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  Reply # 277182 28-Nov-2009 10:59
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Have sent you pm with settings.

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  Reply # 278862 2-Dec-2009 20:31
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Try:

1. Using "direct.vodafone.com" with your Hero as well as "live.vodafone.com". These are the only two you need for data (You may need the MMS settings too....I haven't tested it without it).

Also make sure, in your APNs, that "MCC" (mobile country code) is set to 530 and and "MNC" (mobile network code) is set to 01. (Telecom XT is 530 / 05).





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  Reply # 278873 2-Dec-2009 21:31
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Linuxluver: Try:

1. Using "direct.vodafone.com" with your Hero as well as "live.vodafone.com". These are the only two you need for data (You may need the MMS settings too....I haven't tested it without it).

Also make sure, in your APNs, that "MCC" (mobile country code) is set to 530 and and "MNC" (mobile network code) is set to 01. (Telecom XT is 530 / 05).



will give this a go since i still haven't got it to work yet :-/

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  Reply # 278979 3-Dec-2009 11:07
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YESSSSS I got the internet to work!!! thank you guys!!

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  Reply # 279063 3-Dec-2009 15:50
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grrrlshapedthing: What sorted it in the end? Would be good to know.




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  Reply # 279095 3-Dec-2009 18:10
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Using "direct.vodafone.com" for the internet... I still haven't been able to get a mms to work... dunno what's going wrong there...


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  Reply # 279351 4-Dec-2009 15:37
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What are your MMS settings?

I have:

APN
live.vodafone.com

MMSC
http://pxt.vodafone.net.nz/pxtsend

MMS Proxy
172.030.038.003

MMS Port
8080

MCC
530

MNC
01

APN Type
MMS

You leave all the other fields blank. You want to fill in MMS Proxy not Proxy.

Make any sense? :-)




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  Reply # 279352 4-Dec-2009 15:42
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I'll double check my settings now!

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