do what i did. log onto your sprint account, go to settings and passwords, update your web username and password. wait a few hours, then go to settings>more...>data>update data profile.
if that doesn't work, then keep trying...i had to update mine on my own like 3 times, but it worked quicker than calling sprint about it. trust me. i called more than once a day for a week, and they gave me all kinds of retarded solutions that didn't work. finally i figured out that for some reason, when you update your RUMORs phone number, it doesn't update your data for web use, and i when i went to settings>phone information>version i saw that under username, was my old username from an old number (anyone who used to have a VGA-1000 or a phone of the like will remember using the web on that phone....how it'll say "connecting as firstname.lastname@example.org" on a yellow screen. and i remember my username from having to see that all the time. but i finally realized that having a new number, i should have a new username too, and i figured out that thats why my phone was confused. it was logging on under my new number, but under a username that the number didn't recognize. or something like that.
just TRY updating our password and username through sprint.com.
and if that doesn't work either...
just forget about it. get a new phone or get used to not using the web.
I also have an LG Rumor and i also get the error 67 whenever I try to send pictures via picture mail or whenI try to access the internet. Also when i get pictures sent to my phone they dont show up in my picture mail inbox but only in my picture mail account on sprint.com. Any help would be great.
<DIV>I'm very happy your phone is working correctly now! However, please don't be mislead as to the root cause of the issue. Provisioning your phone via a cabled provisioning system or manually on the handset, is no different. The only difference would be that provisioning manually on the phone allows room for human error. If provisioning your phone via the cabled provisioning system corrected the issue, I would assume that your phone was manually provisioned incorrectly, initially. Resetting the phone's parameters would have cleared all previous provisioning data and allowed the service technician to start fresh. </DIV> <DIV> </DIV> <DIV>I'm very happy that your phone is fully working now and your son will be able to buy some ringers! I apologize that it took so long to figure out! </DIV> <DIV> </DIV> <DIV>Please let us know if you have any additional comments, questions or concerns with your Rumor phone. We would love to hear feedback on features that you dislike and like to help us make our future messaging products even better! </DIV>
<div>LG Rumor Vision log in is resolved. The Sprint Store in Dublin, Ohio was the only one that was able to fix it. They had to perform a hard reboot and then program it from the system itself and not from the phone. They also performed another reset function, it is now working without any errors. The Dublin store is a full service store. The staff there was excellent. If anyone else is having problems, take it to a store that can program it via the system and not from the phone itself. It clears up the provision issue. Thanks everyone for you support!</div><div></div><div>-M-</div>
<DIV>All of this is very very helpful!!! Please keep us updated on your issue...and if you get a resolution or not. If you don't get one by tomorrow...let me know and I will work to escalate your issue. If it turns out to be Ready Link we can work with CARE to ensure they have the proper M&P's for provisioning phones without Ready Link. </DIV>
<div>I did have Ready Link on this phone before. Sprint said they would remove it. I am not sure if it is acutally gone. I have sent an email to support and am waiting for a reply. Wewill also plan on visiting a full service Sprint store this evening. It does sound like a provisioning issue, and if the Ready Link removal is blocking it, that may be a solution.</div>
<DIV></DIV> <DIV>Is Readylink still active on the line?</DIV> <DIV> </DIV> <DIV>I had an experience trying to swap my daughter's Sanyo phone to a Samsung M300 that might be helpful. The problem that was explained to me by various customer service reps was that Readylink needed to be removed from the line before the phone swap could be completed successfully as the new phone was not Readlink capable. That sounded fine but no one seemed to be able to remove Readylink from her line. </DIV> <DIV> </DIV> <DIV>The problem sat at the same stage for days until I spoke to a rep that explained to me that the provisioning system would not accept removing Readylink immediately, but that it would allow her to set the expiration date for Readylink to the next day (which she did) and then she would remove that feature the next day and then call me back and complete the swap. The rep did call me back the next day and everything went smoothly from that point.</DIV> <DIV> </DIV> <DIV>Hope this might be useful.</DIV>
<DIV>We have a new billing system, and your account may have been switched to this system when you swapped phones. This is just speculation, but it is one potential cause of this issue. Have you tried contacting CARE through the email link at the top left hand corner of this forum? Here is the link. <A href="http://search.sprint.com/inquiraapp/contact.