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#4067 15-May-2005 23:09

i copied the configuration/settings that i used in the razr v3 since it worked ok before. now, when i try to connect via gprs (globe telecoms) w/ the a780, it won't push through. any assistance would be greatly appreciated. thanks!!

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#14715 16-May-2005 07:47
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Strange. Same account?

You can try adding Z; to the Init String on your Pocket PC. Place this at the start of the Init String if you are already using something.




 

 

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#14721 16-May-2005 11:51

thanks for the quick reply (as always); tried using Z+CGDCONT=1,"IP","internet.globe.com.ph" and still got "cannot connect for an unknown reason". i tried to check if i got the phone config right and true enough, it was able to connect to the gprs server on its' own, but if i use the ipaq, it doesn't push through.

 
 
 
 


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  #14895 20-May-2005 20:18

lol...can't believe this....i tried putting in z; but it won't fit in the init string box. is there anything in there that i can take out to accommodate the z;?

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  #14896 20-May-2005 22:14
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You can try Z;+CGDCONT=1,,"internet.globe.com.ph".




 

 

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#14899 21-May-2005 13:33

thanks....still no dice, though...guess i'll just have to look at other methods. argh...makes me wonder if this is compatible with an ipaq (or ppc, for that matter)

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#14959 23-May-2005 18:21

was finally able to get in touch w/ motorola's customer support, and it confirms what i've been dreading: it can't be used as a connection to the internet if you're using a pda. they claim it only works for laptops and pcs. oh well, at least i can browse on the phone. as for the ipaq, there's always wifi....

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