Notification appears every few minutes suggests problem connecting to GPRS
A notification appears every few minutes saying "there is a problem connecting to the GPRS service in your registered home network". I have a restricted SIM from work so do not use the phone for internet connection etc. I only use the hotsync and blue tooth functions. Because this notification happens every few minutes the screen lights up, the buzzer sounds and the battery runs down. Can anyone suggest how I might be able to prevent this notification from occuring?
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You need to tap the 3G. Settings. Connections. Advanced tab, Select Network. My ISP drop down. Edit. Tap and hold on anything that appears in the box. Delete. There should be no connections left in the box. Done. Repeat for anything in the My work Network. Edit. Should be empty. IF not, delete any connections by taping on and holding.
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To view hidden icons at any time, click the arrow next to the notification are on your taskbar. CONTENTS: Option One: Hide or Show Icons in Notification Area Icons in Settings app.
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Click on "messging" like you're about to read a text, then click on left hand side and a few options should come up, click on the "settings", scroll down until you find the "notification settings", then click on "message alert repetition", you should be able to change it to either "once, every 2 minutes or every 10 minutes"... hope that helped
Notification Center settings: define what's shown
To access Notification Center's settings, navigate to Settings > Notification Center. From there, you can select what elements which appear under the Today view. You can also disable or set how Notification Center alerts you for each of your App's notifications: via a banner or via a pop-up message. iOS 7s Revamped Notification Center
I had a similar issue. I powered off phone and removed battery for 1 minute. Restarted phone and made sure both wireless and cellular were connected. Go back to "about device" and check for update. Make sure your phone stays connected to wireless or cellular service while it updates. My phone is not an LG but this worked for me, I hope this helps.
The first time you use your device, the Connection Setup displays a
notification message to inform you that it will automatically configure
your device's data connections, such as 3G/GPRS/EDGE, WAP, and MMS.
On the notification message, select Yes.
If your SIM card supports multiple network operator profiles, the
next message displays all network profile choices. Select the profile
you want to use, then select OK. The Connection Setup configures your
device's data connection settings.
After the Connection Setup completes configuration, tap Restart.
Tip: To choose the network operator manually, select Start > Settings
> Connections tab > Connection Setup The GPRS/3G settings are preconfigured on your device when you applied
for this service with your wireless network provider. If you need to add
another GPRS/3G connection:
Tap Start > Settings > Connections tab> Connections
Under My ISP, tap Add a new modem connection
On the Make New Connection screen, enter a name for the connection,
select Cellular Line (GPRS, 3G) on the Select a modem list, then tap
Enter the Access point name, then tap Next. You may obtain the access point name from your wireless service provider.
When prompted, enter the user name and password. (Check with your
wireless service provider if a user name and password are required to
There are many ways to transfer files (including photos) from your Droid to your Computer. Here is a simple way:
1. Connect your phone to your laptop using the phone's USB cable. Once the connection is made, wait a few seconds for the phone to give you notification saying "USB Connected" at the top bar (aka Notification bar).
2. Tap and drag the bar down to show what's in the notification area.
3. Now tap "USB Connected" in order to select "Mount as Mass Storage Device" or "Turn On USB Storage" or any item meaning the same thing (to treat the droid as a storage device like a flash drive).
4. Once that is done, you should now see a new listing in "My Computer" on your laptop- this is your phone as a flash drive- move/copy/delete your photos and files as you would with any other flash drive.
1. Make sure the microSD card is inserted in the phone.
2. Plug the phone into the USB slot on your computer using the G1 USB cable.
3. Watch the notification bar at the top of the G1 main screen. After
the computer connects on the USB port, you will see a small USB icon
appear on the notification bar.
4. Drag the notification bar down and select the USB connection
notification. A popup will appear asking you if you want to mount the
microSD card on the computer. Select "mount." After a second, the PC
should detect the card.
5. You can now copy files to and from the card like any other USB storage device.
When you're finished, open the Music app, and select the Songs icon and
you should see all your music files listed. The phone will read the
files and sort them by album name and artist name as well.
I had the same issue, however what I DID notice up on top was a USB Connected - the USB icon. I pulled that notification up and it asked me to connect. The exacts are:
1. Plug the USB cable into the computer 2. Plug the USB cable into the phone 3. The notification up top corner left will say "USB Connected" with a USB notification icon - BRIEFLY. The text "USB Connected" will quickly disappear, but the icon is still in the left corner. 4. Pull down the notification andyou'll see "USB Connected - Select to copy files to/from your computer" - Select that notification 5. Notification "USB Connected - You have connected your phone to your computer via USB. Select "Mount" if you want to copy files between your computer and your phone's SD Card." - Select the option "Mount". 6. The "Removable Disk" notification should pop up asking you what you want to do. I select "Open folder to view files".
There is a music folder in there, or whatever else you'd like.