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Topic # 5989 14-Dec-2005 22:18
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HI Geeks

I am in Guangzhou China, using china mobile, can any one suggest me how do I surf the
net using sony T68i & Palm life drive,

I can connect them, but then when I try to open the Blazer, I don't get anything,

any one can pls help


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Reply # 24755 14-Dec-2005 22:32
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Welcome to Geekzone... Are you able to ping a site, such as www.wired.com (if not blocked in China?) or any other site?

I have the impression the Blazer proxy was discontinued so any access through Blazer will not work anywhere in the world?







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Reply # 24818 15-Dec-2005 18:46
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Hi Geeks

I was able to get to the web site www.wired.com .... whats next

blazer for me is working when I use wifi on the palm life drive, any other programs u suggest
which can help

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 24821 15-Dec-2005 19:03
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Ok, so if Blazer is working for you when using Wi-Fi, then the GPRS connection is faulty somewhere. You will have to find if your China Mobile account allows GPRS use, and if your phone is correctly configured. Then check in our Bluetooth Guides how to connect the phone.

You might have to enter a Init string on your Palm, you should try using +CGDCONT=1,"IP","cmnet".







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Reply # 25218 22-Dec-2005 22:25
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Hi Geeks,

now I am able to connect the mobile & the palm life drive, the mobile sony t68i we shows the gprs
is on , But I can not open any website, & I even can not use agile messenger,

For the string, can you tell me where should I put this, as maybe this may be my solution

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Reply # 25221 22-Dec-2005 22:47
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You have to open Prefs | Connections and change the init string there:



Of course you have to use the init string appropriate to your operator, which I think I posted before in this thread.





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