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PXT AND MMS SETTINGS FOR NEW ZEALAND VODAFONE NETWORK

HI UM I BOUGHT A PARALLEL IMPORTED SAMSUNG SGH Z400..IT WAS SET UP FOR NEW ZEALAND MMS AND VODAFONE LIVE SETTINGS BUT ONE OF MY KIDS CHANGED THE SETTINGS AND NOW I CANNOT RECEIVE PXTS AND MMS MESSAGES AND I CANNOT ACCESS VODAFONE LIVE SERVICES..CAN YOU TELL ME HOW TO CONFIGURE THE SETTINGS SO I CAN RECEIVE MMS AND PXTS?
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  • bumbleebee Jun 17, 2008

    hi i fixed this problem myself by going on to the vodafone website..they have the settings for parallel imported phones which they send to you via text message.

  • Anonymous Aug 19, 2008

    Could you put up a link to the page where they send you the txt with the info? Cheers

  • Anonymous Mar 24, 2014

    How do I set up to receive mms messages

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2014

    not set up for mms txts

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Http://wireless.vodafone.co.nz/#Wireless_Data_Portal

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Internet settings are usually found under the Phone Settings – Internet Settings.
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- GPRS password "none required"
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If you phone is a Vodafone NZ supported handset you may be able to have this sent automatically to your phone.

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The PXT settings can usually be found under Message Settings - MMS setting. You also need to send a message before you can receive one.
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Here are a few things you need to know.
one, the default manufacture password is 1234 or 1122 or 0000. You may need to use it when you reset the phone.
Two, if it is a TV mobile, then you need to set the country area as “singapore” or “Indonessia”
and then search all the channels, you will get the best reception.
Three, to save the battery power.
1. turn off the Bluetooth function.
2. If you only use one Sim card, then turn off the second one. Just go to “settings” and then choose “Dual sim settings” and then select which one you want to turn off. (if you turn off one sim card and find out your current sim card can not get vodafone network signal, then you must turn off the wrong one, please change over)
Four, you may need to use WAP and PXT later. So, here are some instructions which may help.
1. go to the main screen, choose” Service”, then choose” data account”, then choose” GPRS”
2. Choose the first one.. Then, the screen will change to Edit manual.
3. now, choose Edit the “account name”. then change the data account to “Vodafone”. then choose the “option button” and you will see 1. done. 2. input method. then. choose” Done”
4. After you have done this, the screen will go back to the “Edit manual”
5. Now, you need edit the “APN”. just change the “APN” to “live.vodafone.com”. choose “option” and “done”
6. After done this, the screen will go back to the “Edit” screen again. Now, choose” Done” which is on you down right hand side. And it will ask for “save”, Choose “save”
7.Go back to the “wap” and then Choose” settings”
8. Choose” Edit profile”
9. now it will show 1. SIM1. 2. SIM2. Choose sim 1.
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11. Now choose “edit profile”
12. Now, choose 1. “Rename profile”, click “edit”. Change it to “vodafone”, then choose” done”
13. Then, edit the 2′home page” change it to :”http://live.vodafone.com” choose “option” “done” ( if everything you set up is in “Capital” then, you need put HTTP://LIVE.VODAFONE.COM. this is very important)
14. Then .choose “3 data account”. choose” GPRS”, choose the first one” Vodafone”.
15. Then, it will go back to the “edit profile”
16. then. choose “4 connection type” HTTP, then choose” OK”. Now you will be able to see “the proxy address”, then change it to”172.030.038.003′ and change the “proxy port” to “8080′. then choose” OK”
17. It will go back to the “edit profile”. then choose” Done” and it will ask to “save” just choose” yes”. Then choose” Avtive profile”
18. The same process to do on SIM 2 if you want to use the second sim card to surf internet. Now we just completed the vodafone live and do the PXT settings.
19. go back to main menu and choose “messages”. then “mms” then “message settings” then “server profile”
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23. go to “connection type” and click “http”
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