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#54736 20-Dec-2009 14:30
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Just got a gw300 and im using a 2degrees sim card. On the main screen it says 2degrees and underneth it it says voda nz. Is there any way to get rid of or change the voda nz?

Also i seen the MMS and internet settings on the 2degrees web site. Anyone able to help me set it up as the manual isnt very helpfull. The 2degrees site says they can send the settings to your phone but the gw300 isnt listed.

Thanks for any help in advance :)

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  #284253 20-Dec-2009 21:14
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Try another recently released LG phone from the 2degrees website. Generally they all accept settings in the same format. GM310 maybe? Alternatively if its already got Vodafone settings those will work too.




Huawei Mate 7, on 2degrees

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  #284254 20-Dec-2009 21:21
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n4: Try another recently released LG phone from the 2degrees website. Generally they all accept settings in the same format. GM310 maybe? Alternatively if its already got Vodafone settings those will work too.


Are you saying vodafone settings will work with a 2D SIM? I hope not

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  #285016 24-Dec-2009 16:42
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Hi, I was wondering if anyone could help me to configure my GW300 internet settings? I've downloaded both Opera Mini and eBuddy and gone through numerous internet tutorials to try and configure my settings but every time i try and use either I get a message saying there's no internet connection. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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  #285017 24-Dec-2009 16:49
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Elliot: Hi, I was wondering if anyone could help me to configure my GW300 internet settings? I've downloaded both Opera Mini and eBuddy and gone through numerous internet tutorials to try and configure my settings but every time i try and use either I get a message saying there's no internet connection. Any help would be greatly appreciated!


Does the same SIM work in another device for the net?

The issue might not be the settings on the phone

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  #285034 24-Dec-2009 18:35
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johnr:
Elliot: Hi, I was wondering if anyone could help me to configure my GW300 internet settings? I've downloaded both Opera Mini and eBuddy and gone through numerous internet tutorials to try and configure my settings but every time i try and use either I get a message saying there's no internet connection. Any help would be greatly appreciated!


Does the same SIM work in another device for the net?

The issue might not be the settings on the phone


Vodafone Live works perfectly on the GW300 with my sim but it didn't on my old phone, although I bought it off Trademe from some Asian vendor dude so it was probably imported and I had no idea how to configure the settings. I've read a lot about the difference between VFNZ Gateway and VFNZ Internet but when I activate the internet profile it still won't work



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  #286425 1-Jan-2010 17:31
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You'll need to complete all steps for these settings to work.

The phone has four directional Navi key with a central OK key, there are also two soft keys on either side of this.

Access Point
1.Press OK
2.Highlight Settings and press OK
3.Highlight Access points and press OK
4.Press Add (left soft key)
5.Highlight Connection title and enter 2degrees
6.Highlight Authentication and press the Navi key right to select PAP
7.Highlight Username and enter 2degrees
8.Highlight Password and enter password
9.Highlight APN and enter internet
10.Press Done (right soft key)
11.Press Back (right soft key)


Internet profile
12.Highlight Internet profile and press OK
13.Press Add (left soft key)
14.Highlight Title and enter 2degrees
15.Highlight Use Proxy and press the Navi key right to select On
16.Highlight Proxy server address and enter 118.148.1.118
17.Highlight Proxy server port and enter 8080 or 9201
18.Highlight Access point and press the Navi key right to select 2degrees
19.Press Done (right soft key)
20.Press Back (right soft key) twice
21.Highlight 2degrees Home and press OK
22.Highlight Settings and press OK
23.Highlight Profiles and press OK
24.Press Options (left soft key)
25.Highlight Add new and Select (press OK)
26.Highlight Title and enter 2degrees
27.Highlight Homepage and enter http://m.2degreesmobile.co.nz/
28.Highlight Internet profile and press the Navi key right to select 2degrees
29.Press Done (right soft key)
30.Highlight 2degrees and Select (press OK)
31.Press the right soft key four times to return to the standby screen.

Please switch your handset off and back on again before using these settings.

The settings are now complete.


LG GW300 MMS settings

You'll need to complete all steps for these settings to work.

The phone has four directional Navi key with a central OK key, there are also two soft keys on either side of this.

Access Point
1.Press OK
2.Highlight Settings and press OK
3.Highlight Access points and press OK
4.Press Add (left soft key)
5.Highlight Connection title and enter 2degrees
6.Highlight Authentication and press the Navi key right to select PAP
7.Highlight Username and enter 2degrees
8.Highlight Password and enter password
9.Highlight APN and enter mms
10.Press Done (right soft key)
11.Press Back (right soft key)


Internet profile
12.Highlight Internet profile and press OK
13.Press Add (left soft key)
14.Highlight Title and enter 2degrees select On
16.Highlight Proxy server address and enter 118.148.1.118
17.Highlight Proxy server port and enter 8080 or 9201
18.Highlight Access point and press the Navi key right to select 2degrees
19.Press Done (right soft key)
20.Press Back (right soft key) twice
21.Highlight 2degrees Home and press OK
22.Highlight Settings and press OK
23.Highlight Profiles and press OK
24.Press Options (left soft key)
25.Highlight Add new and Select (press OK)
26.Highlight Title and enter 2degrees
27.Highlight Homepage and enter http://mms.2degreesmobile.net.nz:48090
28.Highlight Internet profile and press the Navi key right to select 2degrees
29.Press Done (right soft key)
30.Highlight 2degrees and Select (press OK)
31.Press the right soft key four times to return to the standby screen.

Please switch your handset off and back on again before using these settings.

The settings are now complete.


I found this on a website and i tryed entering the ip for the internet settings and it wont let me add
118.148.1.118 because the dots have to be every 3 numbers... any help would be nice thanks :)

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  #286428 1-Jan-2010 17:44
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nate10999: I found this on a website and i tryed entering the ip for the internet settings and it wont let me add 118.148.1.118 because the dots have to be every 3 numbers... any help would be nice thanks :)

Just pad with 0s.

e.g. 118.148.1.118 becomes 118.148.001.118

EDIT: Hmm - I'm not so sure now. Will need to check on that.



And also, if you see "2degrees, vodafoneNZ" that means you're roaming in Vodafone's 2G coverage - if you're outside the main centres.




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  #286430 1-Jan-2010 17:52
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Awesome thank you



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  #286432 1-Jan-2010 17:54
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Forgot to ask. What port should i use wap2 8080 or wap1 9201 and whats the difference?



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  #286451 1-Jan-2010 20:29
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I did find away to 118.148.1.118 the dot after the 1 had to be entered by the symbols menu for some reason. all is working now

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