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# 17313 20-Nov-2007 19:07
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Have just installed a trial of Spb GPRS Monitor on my new Okta Touch.  Also have installed Spb Mobile Shell (have been using Mobile Shell, Diary, and Pocket Plus from Spb for a couple of years on the Apache, but never GPRS Monitor).

For some reason I cannot get GPRS Monitor to register/measure any internet traffic at all.  Have the graph set to hourly and have been playing with internet over the last several hours with no result so far.  Even with the pop-up set to "current session" there is no activity registering. Even checked the manual (shock) on the Spb website and cannot find any rhyme nor reason for the apparent inactivity.

One thought is - does it support WM6?  PDF manual was updated last on Dec 17, 2006 and it mentions need for WM2003 or later.  Anyone currently using it on a CDMA with WM6 "Pro" and have it working OK?  Thanks in advance.





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# 96123 20-Nov-2007 19:51
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doh! Amazing stupidity on my part. i was synced to work computer so of course it wasn't using t3g! now sitting eating at strawberry fare and connected whereupon the software started doing its .job

Idiot ! apologies for unnecessary post.





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  # 96135 20-Nov-2007 20:37
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hehe classic ID:10t error at Layer 8 (PEBKAC).

I encountered several of these errors myself on the weekend.







 
 
 
 




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  # 96165 21-Nov-2007 08:06
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Guilty on all counts your "honour"!!  I am hanging my head in shame - BUT cheered up by enjoying my Touch all the same (and the GPRS Monitor now that it is working - great little app)





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