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Topic # 4933 10-Sep-2005 22:46
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i have a sony ericsson v600i and a hp h2210 pda and i want to know how to connect to the internet im not use what to put in for the settings on my pda like number i put *99***1# all i get is can not connect for unknown reason

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Reply # 19939 11-Sep-2005 07:35
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Welcome to Geekzone...

You might have to enter an Init String to specify the correct APN - and the number may or may not be *99***1#, depending on your phone's configuration.

What's your mobile operator?







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  Reply # 19964 12-Sep-2005 10:41
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i sorted it now but my bluettoth from my pds to mobile is very slow not sure y this is its fine from mobile to pda and both fine to my pc

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Reply # 19967 12-Sep-2005 11:02
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If you are using GPRS then it will be slow because of the cellular - something around 42kbps, which is slower than a landline dial-up.







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  Reply # 19968 12-Sep-2005 11:04
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no not just that i have g3 as well but its when i send files it takes 1 min to send 1-100kbs from my pda to phone but when sending from phone its like 1-100 3 seconds

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