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Topic # 34844 30-May-2009 14:03
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Hey,

Does anyone know what the settings for the XT Mobile Broadband are? I need to set it up on the Mobile Broadband connection bit on ubuntu,
and it just seems to have the settings for Vodafone on the computer when I choose to configure it.
I'm using a Nokia 6120c and Ubuntu 8.10.

I had a look at the APN settings in the forum but i'm not sure about how to set it up still.
It seems to need a number before it'll let me press OK - for vodafone it has *99#

Let me know if you have any information about setting this up.

Thanks.




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  Reply # 219808 30-May-2009 14:16
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Nevermind. Got it :)

 




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  Reply # 219879 30-May-2009 16:52
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Are you using a USB cable or via bluetooth.

I have my Nokia 6121 working with Vodafone and Ubuntu with both USB and bluetooth.




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