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Wannabe Geek

# 358 24-Jul-2003 21:18
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Hi everyone. I don't know what to do with my new 3650. I can't get to connect to GPRS. I am positive that my GPRS setting is right and I've checked with my provider that my GPRS account is active. But I keep getting a 'unable to cennect. no service.' message everytime I try to connect. I did managed to get online the first day I bought the phone. But after that it drives me nuts. Does anyone has a solution for this? Thanks for your kind attention.

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# 767 26-Jul-2003 11:46
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what network are you on inthe 3650 there is a seting to have the gprs of csd connection if it is on csd yuo may get an error for gprs but you can also check is gprs is on in the setting and make sure it is on gprs perfured

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# 768 26-Jul-2003 12:36
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The option inanga refers to is buried in Applications | Tools | Settings | Connection | GPRS | GPRS Connection (when available : when needed).

It'll not change the way GPRS works, really, but make initial connections faster.

What provider are you using?

If you go to Applications | Tools | Settings | Connection | GPRS | Access Points, what do you have there?

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