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cws82us

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#1794 28-Jun-2004 21:34
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whan I go to messaging and I see that I can setup my e-mail and I did and now it says gprs gprs not availablie check network servies can you halp me.




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#6901 28-Jun-2004 22:01
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If you bought your Nokia 3650 from a Vodafone store and if you haven't changed anything, you should have no problems. If you're in doubt, you can try Wireless Vodafone and reconfigure your mobile phone. Also, make sure you have a data plan associated with this account.




 

 

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#7020 3-Jul-2004 10:10
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I hope this is a good place to ask this question... I have a Toshiba e800 with Windows mobile 2003SE. I have a Socket communications CF bluetooth card with new drivers. I am trying to connect it via bluetooth to a Nokia 3650 phone. I am pretty much tech oriented, and believe I followed the directions for both parts of the setup reliably (although, of course, there is always room for error). The toshiba says it is connecting to my Nokia dialup using bluetooth, and the phone indicates it is in fact dialing, but it times out and disconnects. Could you offer some help on what I might be doing wrong? As a means of troubleshooting, I have also tried to just dial my home phone and it doesn't ring, either. Thanks in advance for any help you might be able to provide.

 
 
 
 


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#7021 3-Jul-2004 10:14
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i got my phone from DSE




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#7022 3-Jul-2004 10:22
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Have you done what I've suggested on the second post yet?




 

 

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