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1 Insert your SanDisk 8GB memory card into a card reader connected to your computer.
2 Double-click "Macintosh HD" on your desktop.
3 Click on the "Applications" folder, then the "Utilities" folder. 4 Double-click "Disk Utility". Look on the left side to locate the drive that says "SanDisk. 5 Select the capacity of the drive on the left side of the window. The capacity will state "8GB" or "8,388,608 kilobytes." Click on the "Erase" tab to format the memory card. When you see "SanDisk" listed as the device's name, the capacity will be located above. You need to select the capacity and not the device. 6 Select the appropriate "Volume Format." Under the "Volume Format" button, select the format you wish to use. Select "Mac OS Extended" if the SanDisk 8GB will only be used on Macs, or "MS-DOS (FAT)" if you will share the card between a Mac and PC. Select "Erase" to complete the format of your SanDisk 8GB memory card.
1. Go to Menu>Choose Settings>Connectivity 2. Go to Data Accounts 3. Create New Account. GPRS/ PS Data Account Name: MyGlobe GPRS APN: www.globe.com.ph 4. Save Account 5. Go to Browser, Slect Options and click Internet Settings 6. Add New Profile Name: MyGlobe WAP Connect Using: MyGlobe GPRS IP ADDRESS: 203.177.042.214 ADVANCED Chg. Homepage: MyGlobe GPRS Address: http://www.globe.com.ph/globe.asp Save Profile
MyGlobe Internet Settings
1. Go to Menu>Choose Settings>Connectivity 2. Go to Data Accounts 3. Create New Account. GPRS/ PS Data Account Name: MyGlobe INTERNET APN: internet.globe.com.ph 4. Save Account
MyGlobe MMS Settings
1. Go to Menu>Choose Settings>Connectivity 2. Go to Data Accounts 3. Create New Account. GPRS/ PS Data Account Name: MyGlobe MMS APN: mms.globe.com.ph 4. Save Account 5. Go to Messages>Picture Messages>Option>Internet Profile 6. Create New Profile Name: MyGlobe MMS Connect Using: MyGlobe MMS IP ADDRESS: 203.177.042.214 7. Save Profile 8. Select the profile MyGlobe MMS in Internet Profile 9. Save Settings 10. Go to Messages>Picture Messages >Options 11. Edit Message Server
12. From Message Settings, make your Internet Profile: MyGlobe MMS
You need to specify if this is a branded phone you purchased from a carrier or if this phone is unlocked and unbranded. If you've purchased it from a carrier (t-mobile, 3, rogers, etc) then your carrier should be able to send the settings to your phone OTA (over the air)
If it is an unlocked unbranded phone, you'll need to manually configure the settings for both internet and MMS. These settings are normally located under "network settings" or similar for internet and message settings for MMS.
Test if your new device needs settings for sending multimedia messages (MMS) and browsing the Internet. Note: Before beginning, please verify with your operator or service provider that MMS and/or browsing are included in your service package. Step 1: Test to see if your device needs MMS settings If your Nokia device has a camera, take a picture and send it to your own number. Wait a moment to see if it arrives. * If you receive the message, your MMS settings are fine. Move on to step 2. * If the sending fails, skip to step 3. Step 2: Test to see if your device needs mobile browsing settings Press the zero key of your Nokia device for three seconds. * If your device connects to your operator site or any other home page, you have the settings. You don't need to download settings - just start browsing and messaging! * If you receive an error message, move on to step 3. Step 3: Get settings from the Settings Wizard In case you have the Settings Wizard on your device, follow the next steps, otherwise move on to step 4: * On the phone press the Menu key. * Scroll to and select Tools. (Note: The location of the Settings Wizard varies according to device) * Scroll to and select Sett. wizard to launch the Nokia Settings Wizard. * Scroll to and select Operator. * Follow the wizard's on screen steps to automatically configure the phone with the required operator service settings. * Repeat step 1 and 2 above to verify that the settings are now working correctly. If you experience further problems, move on to step 4. Step 4: How to get settings from your Operator Please contact your operator or service provider directly or via their internet pages for the settings.
if your are using net through USB moden
just type any name in connection name.
leave other places blank.
and in apn type bsnlnet
this will work
GENERAL PHONE SETTINGS FOR GPRS 1. Setting APN : First we have to set one APN each for Internet and MMS respectively. (Access Point Name) - for Internet set ( www.e.po) and for MMS set (mms.e.po) 2. Setting WAP Profiles : Now we need a WAP PROFILEwith WAP GATEWAY (192.168.81.163) 3. Creating Bookmarks : Now we need some BOOKMARKS of WAP SITES for Internet Surfing. 4. Settings for MMS : Different Handsets have their respective MMS Settings where we require MESSAGE SERVER / HOMEPAGE and this is set as follows : http://192.168.81.166/servlets/mms
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