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Topic # 6718 18-Feb-2006 14:25
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Hi all,

Since last year, I face a problem with my GPRS connection using my PPC 5555 and a V600 cell phone. I've already done everything and didn't work at all! My PPC talks to V600 without any problem. All PPC settings are working fine also. The V600 can get a coonection with my service provider. I really don't know what to do next...

Any clues, I'd appreciate a lot.

Thanks in advance.

Eduardo

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Reply # 28722 18-Feb-2006 15:22
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Welcome to Geekzone. You need to find what APN to use with your mobile operator. Once you have this information, try changing the init string on your Pocket PC Connection to be +cgdcont=1,,"[APN]" ([APN] of course will be the APN name). Also use the phone number *99# when connecting (this is also changed in the Connection configuration.







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Reply # 28925 21-Feb-2006 02:42
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Olá Marcelo!
Tudo bem?

Thanks for your support. Now it works fine. I realized an AT command before + string. Í just removed and started to work.

Great day.

Eduardo

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 28928 21-Feb-2006 07:28
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Oi Eduardo... Tudo bom aqui.

I was going to reply and ask you to take the AT out of the string, but you've done - good to know it's working. Most Motorola and some Siemens models require a reset command - unusual stuff but it works.





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