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Topic # 5370 24-Oct-2005 17:46
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HI GUYS ,need help regarding Connecting my Ipaq 2210 to Internet via GPRS via P910.
tried everything but no luck.
i did follow the guides on this website,and seems to work only with my other mob P800.
am i missing something?hope someone can help. i am on a VODAFONE UK contract.
thank you

btw the msn and other applications on my p910 are connecting to the gprs with no problems.

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Reply # 21938 24-Oct-2005 22:48
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Welcome to Geekzone...

It should work with your P910 exactly like it works with a P800. In any case you might want to specify a reset command on the init string sent from the Pocket PC. On Connections, addd Z; to the start of the string.

Also, you might want to use the CGDCONT command, which would look make your string look like Z;+CGDCONT="1",,"[APN]" where [APN] is the APN your operator provides for Internet access.






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Reply # 21939 25-Oct-2005 04:05
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HAVING NO LUCK
I tried all the conbination,but still not working.
when try ti dial the *99# or *99***1# says that connection failed.
HELLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLP

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 21950 25-Oct-2005 09:44
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Check the APN settings on this page.

Are you using on your P910 the same SIM card as the P800? If not, check with Vodafone that this account does have access to data services - sometimes these operators remove this or change accounts. It happens all the time.









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  Reply # 21956 25-Oct-2005 12:26
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yes the SIM card is the same and follow all the guide on there.
must be some configuration on the p910.
but dont know what could be.
anyone can tell me what ceck for on the p910?
thank you



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Reply # 23684 22-Nov-2005 19:26
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hi guys ,i been try all the possible combination with no luck.
using different phones but same simcard i am able to use my ipaq and connect to the internet via gprs.
but when i put back the sim in the p910a my ipaq cannot connect.
so i guess the problem is the p910a,but i don't know what can it be.
any help please?
THANK YOU

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