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#2258 14-Sep-2004 13:02
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Arrrrr help.....my Qtek will no longer connect to the vodaphone network.....have changed any settings to it.....

Is there a software thing I can do to help this problem or is is hardware..


Any help will be greatfull


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#8538 14-Sep-2004 13:19
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Check for instructions on different models. There's also a direct link to this QTEK 1010 GPRS Configuration .pdf file for Vodafone.




 

 

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  #8539 14-Sep-2004 13:52
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Hmmmm the software is fine on the phone.....it just wont connect to the GSM vodaphone network any more......I think its a hardware problem

 
 
 
 


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#8540 14-Sep-2004 13:57
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Also, call Vodafone and check that GPRS *is* still enabled on your account. Sometimes they mess things up.




 

 

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  #8541 14-Sep-2004 14:37
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Cheers for the help Mauricio I have tried the sim card in a different phone and works fine......thats y I think it could be a hardware problem..



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  #8546 14-Sep-2004 22:10
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Sounds like hardware alright. , Nothing to do with GPRS or settings as you stated clearly.

The antenna's in them have a bad habit of coming loose. try dissasembling and checking to see it's still getting a good connection to the main board. be very careful on this. or running it right beside a cell-site. you might find it's that simple.

Do you still get the screen coming up asking for your PIN?
Have you done a hard reset?

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#8579 15-Sep-2004 21:26
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Arr yeah........its alittle wiggly


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