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GPRS Settings I am contacted to network operator (Vodafone). They said your phone doesn't support to MMS. Is it true? If true. Why your giving this option to this mobile. if settings are there, Please send to my mail id. Murali1925@gmail.com Thanks & Regards, Murali P

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Even i hav vodafone network and never receive GRPS settings,let me know if u get a solution

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I have recieved mms from ivodafone said pls visit mms .live.vodafone.in and view ur mms but it is not opening


You are right, it'll not open up. The message indicates that your phone hasn't activated Gprs. Contact vodafone and get your phone's gprs activated and access the service. There's no other option to view the message except through gprs (only your mobile number's gprs).

If you know how to activate the gprs, you can do it but if you are not sure, it's best and easiest to call the vodafone customer care.

If you need further help, let me know.

Good luck.

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They will send you the settings for your model. You will receive service settings in the special text message called as smart message. Please save the settings to your phone and set it has default settings. Then you can start using the GPRS/MMS in your phone.
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Internet settings are usually found under the Phone Settings – Internet Settings.
- Connection mode Connection orientated / permanent / continuous connection
- GPRS APN live.vodafone.com
- Homepage URL http://live.vodafone.com
- GPRS ID username "none required"
- GPRS password "none required"
- Port (if required by device) 8080 (some older handsets may require you to enter 9201)
- PPP authentication type PAP (default)
- Proxy authentication name "none required"
- Proxy authentication password "none required"
- Proxy login type automatic (default)
- Security Off
- WAP gateway IP address 172.030.038.3 (your phone may require 172.030.038.003)

If you phone is a Vodafone NZ supported handset you may be able to have this sent automatically to your phone.

Mobile settings for sending and receiving PXTs (MMS messages)
The PXT settings can usually be found under Message Settings - MMS setting. You also need to send a message before you can receive one.
- APN live.vodafone.com
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- MMS automatic download On (Automatically downloads full MMS)
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to connect to the internet & to send you must activate the GPRS first from your network provider ...The best thing you can do is to contact the customer care of your network provider and ask for the activation of GPRS ...
they will tell you the procedure to activate it ....
they will tell the number to which the message to be sent to recieve the settings ....
so note that down and then follow the procedures told by them ...
you will receive the gprs settings(profile) also ... make sure of the charges with them there will be many plans & then get activated ...
after this you will able to connect to internet & send the MMS ....
if the customer people tell you that your handset is not compatible for the receiving of the profile settings then you must tell them to give the manual settings(includes ip address,APN,etc) so that you can only create the profile and input the information given by the customer care people...

if you have already subscribed the GPRS then call the customer care of your network provider & ask for the GPRS & MMs settings by telling your model of the handset ..

any further doubts reply me
i am always here to assist you ..
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