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Topic # 42875 13-Oct-2009 00:51
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I am new to this so excuse any dumb statements. My Treo 680 was working fine with the Vodafone network until a couple of weeks ago. It now appears to make a connection to the network (green arrows appear in the signal bar area) but cannot display webpages on the Blazer application or download email. I used the SIM card with a Mobile Connect card in a laptop, which worked fine. I perfromed a factory reset on the device and even had a second new Treo 680 to test - which has exactly the same problem. Is there anything else that I can do? Has the network changed somehow? Has anybody else  in NZ had a similar problem recently with their Treo 680? Thanks.

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  Reply # 263611 13-Oct-2009 06:17
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Welcome to Geekzone

Read this thread on the Vodafone NZ forums and this will show Palm and all there wisdom

http://forum.vodafone.co.nz/topic/3530-palm-centro-web-issues/

John




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  Reply # 263791 13-Oct-2009 23:10
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Kudos to you John, problem now solved; Why don,t their helpdesk people know this stuff? Thanks so much. Will

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 263800 14-Oct-2009 06:36
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willt: Kudos to you John, problem now solved; Why don,t their helpdesk people know this stuff? Thanks so much. Will


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