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Topic # 77530 17-Feb-2011 18:00
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Hello people


I purchased an Omnia 7 the other week. Loving it too. I have it running on 2degrees, and i get a 3g symbol up the top but i cant seem to connect to the internet. Is there something in need to change in the settings?? Any help would be cool. Cheers  

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  Reply # 440829 17-Feb-2011 18:18
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Check your APN settings. Just about the only thing you need to get internet working is to configure an APN with the value 'internet'. Everything else can be blank or default.

Don't know WP7 at all, but should be under Data network connection settings somewhere.




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  Reply # 440837 17-Feb-2011 18:41
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The only options it gives me are:

APN

Username

Password

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  Reply # 440840 17-Feb-2011 18:45
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leave username and password blank.

under APN, type 'internet' without quotes. hit ok/save.




Do whatever you want to do man.

  



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  Reply # 440848 17-Feb-2011 18:59
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Hey it works now!. I had to reboot it tho for it to work, cos i did have internet typed in where APN was. Im also getting a little + symbol next to my 3g one. Cool

Cheers for the help

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