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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 6111 28-Dec-2005 10:42
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I have a Palm Wifi Card and Tungsten T3, I can connect to a Telecom Hotspot, however when I try to connect using Xiino Web Browser nothing happens, I am an Xtra customer and Telecom have told me that I can use my logon to connect. How do you logon to the Hotspot once you are connected?

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  Reply # 25391 28-Dec-2005 12:15
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I haven't used the Telecom Hotspots, but does it use Javascript on the login pages? If so, does the Xiino browser support Javascript (not Java mind you).

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  Reply # 25504 30-Dec-2005 16:07
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The logon portal Telecom uses isn't completely Palm freindly - using the later handhleds that use the Blazer WEb browser you can logon but only via the prepay card system - not via your Telecom logon as of yet - apparently they are working on a solution. Unfortunetely I haven't tried using the Xino browser so I can't really help you there - you may have to try using a different browser.


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  Reply # 25506 30-Dec-2005 16:29
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Hi, Thanks for the responses, I decided to try out WebPro 3a for the T3 and managed to connect to the network and Logon. I tried it at a telecom shop and was able to logon using my Xtra Account. Xiino says it is Java capable but not fully so this could explain why it did not work. I will try a bit more surfing using Webpro to see what else works.

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