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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 53418 10-Dec-2009 18:47
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Ok, just going to ask here, since I can't find anything on google!

I have a Nokia phone, can't access the internet on the minibrowser thing due to the wrong IP in the settings, I changed it myself, never thought about writing down the actual IP, this was quite a while ago, but now I wanna use the web on my phone! Does someone know the IP?

Thanks in advance!

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  Reply # 281277 10-Dec-2009 19:09
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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 281287 10-Dec-2009 20:16
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thanks, but thats not quite it, this phone is on the old network, not xt


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  Reply # 281858 12-Dec-2009 22:51
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What model Nokia do you have? I'll have a look.
What is the homepage set to? should be http://myhomepage
Did you change the IP address under advanced settings on the mini browser?

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  Reply # 281859 12-Dec-2009 22:57
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ok, its a nokia 3155, and no, it was changed in the thingy.. haha what is it again? #3001*12345* or hashes and stars other way. dont remember

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  Reply # 281862 12-Dec-2009 23:13
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Ahh in that case, I'll PM you..

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