Geekzone: technology news, blogs, forums
Welcome Guest.
You haven't logged in yet. If you don't have an account you can register now.


2 posts

Wannabe Geek

#11342 17-Jan-2007 01:29
Send private message

Can Anyone please tell me how to connect GPRS through AT command using samsung c100. so that using POST and GET command I can send data.... please reply it is my Final Year Project

Create new topic
BDFL - Memuneh
68861 posts

Uber Geek

Lifetime subscriber

#58150 17-Jan-2007 09:42
Send private message

I'd say you'd be better off with a Bluetooth enabled mobile phone and Bluetooth on your PC, then using the DUN as described in our Bluetooth Guides. As for using the Samsung C100, I guess it would be over cable - is there such a thing for this device?



These links are referral codes


Geekzone broadband switch | Eletcricity comparison and switch | Hatch investment (NZ$ 10 bonus if NZ$100 deposited within 30 days) | Sharesies | Mighty Ape | Backblaze | Coinbase | TheMarket | My technology disclosure


2 posts

Wannabe Geek

  #58156 17-Jan-2007 09:51
Send private message

Actually... i hav to connect GPRS through serial cable using hyper terminal... and then using hyper terminal i have to use put or Get commands to send data to internet ..

This is the scenario of my project... i am not allowed to use bluetooth in any case


1 post

Wannabe Geek

  #58316 19-Jan-2007 01:14
Send private message

hi, i m haqving the same pblm but instead i m using a gprs modem i use at+cgdata command but i m un able to do so so if u get some thing plzz  tell me as well

643 posts

Ultimate Geek

  #58356 19-Jan-2007 16:28

on every nokia and sony ericsson phone I have tried, ATD*99# was the special AT command to connect to GPRS. the default route needed to be manually added in most cases after connecting (probably because of a PPP stack incompatability between phone and my pppd)

here is some dialing strings that came with my Linux distro
# Set PDP context CID=1, protocol=IP, APN=internet:
# AT+CGDCONT=1,"IP","internet","",0,0
# Set CID=1 QoS requirements from the network, not supported by Nokia:
# AT+CGQREQ=1,0,0,0,0,0
# Set CID=1 minimum acceptable QoS parameters, not supported by Nokia:
# AT+CGQMIN=1,0,0,0,0,0
# 'Call' CID=1 (activate PDP context one, perform GPRS attach):
# ATD*99***1#
# Some phones like the Orange SPV (yes, the Microsoft Smartphone) use this
# dial string to start GPRS connection:
# ATD*99#

in my experience, this ATD*99# command works over cable, IrDA and Bluetooth DUN

Sniffing the glue holding the Internet together

Create new topic

News »

NASA discovers water on sunlit surface of Moon
Posted 27-Oct-2020 08:30

Huawei introduces new features to Petal Search, Maps and Docs
Posted 26-Oct-2020 18:05

Nokia selected by NASA to build first ever cellular network on the Moon
Posted 21-Oct-2020 08:34

Nanoleaf enhances lighting line with launch of Triangles and Mini Triangles
Posted 17-Oct-2020 20:18

Synology unveils DS16211+
Posted 17-Oct-2020 20:12

Ingram Micro introduces FootfallCam to New Zealand channel
Posted 17-Oct-2020 20:06

Dropbox adopts Virtual First working policy
Posted 17-Oct-2020 19:47

OPPO announces Reno4 Series 5G line-up in NZ
Posted 16-Oct-2020 08:52

Microsoft Highway to a Hundred expands to Asia Pacific
Posted 14-Oct-2020 09:34

Spark turns on 5G in Auckland
Posted 14-Oct-2020 09:29

AMD Launches AMD Ryzen 5000 Series Desktop Processors
Posted 9-Oct-2020 10:13

Teletrac Navman launches integrated multi-camera solution for transport and logistics industry
Posted 8-Oct-2020 10:57

Farmside hits 10,000 RBI customers
Posted 7-Oct-2020 15:32

NordVPN starts deploying colocated servers
Posted 7-Oct-2020 09:00

Google introduces Nest Wifi routers in New Zealand
Posted 7-Oct-2020 05:00

Geekzone Live »

Try automatic live updates from Geekzone directly in your browser, without refreshing the page, with Geekzone Live now.

Support Geekzone »

Our community of supporters help make Geekzone possible. Click the button below to join them.

Support Geezone on PressPatron

Are you subscribed to our RSS feed? You can download the latest headlines and summaries from our stories directly to your computer or smartphone by using a feed reader.

Alternatively, you can receive a daily email with Geekzone updates.