I bought this phone on 24 of April this year from Nokia dealer,immedatelly i took the phone to my service provider for internet connection,which was configured for internet browsing.I was able to browse for few days untill last weeks,anytime i press the botton to browse all i got was unable to connect check tht connection setting.I took the phone to my service provider but I was told that the setting are good,my fear now is that I was told that the phone is not good.Pls somebody should help me out.
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Re: Internet connectin proble
If u have allready checked out the settings, kindly just check out that the service itself is activated or not, i am having same fone and gets this error whenever i my service gets deactivated, even after that if it does not work than check out in another handset just for the clarification that the problem is with the service or with the handset,and also check that weather u are getting G sign at the left hand side top.
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The term, 'Packet Data' refers to Internet service on your phone. In order to get Internet service on your phone, you'll need to contact your cellular service provider's Customer Service (AT&T, T-Mobile, O2 - whoever you have cellular service with) and request to add a "Data Plan" to your cell phone account. Usually, there will be several different plans to choose from.
If you should currently be able to access the Internet on your phone - but cannot, then contact your cellular service provider and request Tech Support assistance. They'll be glad to help you with the problem.
Once you purchase a Data Plan and your cellular Internet service is activated, it can take up to 24-hours before you can use it on your phone.
hello,all you need do is to call your service provider,they will send the internet settings to you and all you need to do is to get it installed or saved on your mobile phone.and you are good to go.
Hi, To subscribe to packet data you need to contact your service provider through phone or go directly to their office. They will send you the settings for your model. Please save the settings to your phone and set it has a default settings.Then you can start using the internet in your phone. Thank You
Yes, you need to program the WAP and MMS settings on the phone, that is specific to your carrier. Best bet is to use www.configuremyphone.com
You give them your cell phone # and choose your cell provider, and they will then give you a PIN #.
You will then receive a txt message on your phone, an update that you will accept and the PIN # from the website will be asked on the phone.
Send all of the service books (probably at least 2)
Oh, and MMS means multimedia messages like picture or video messaging. Those settings are needed from there too.
The only thing the SIM card brings by itself is phone service and SMS. More specifics are required for data to function.
The default lock code is 12345. If you forget or lose the lock code, contact your phone dealer. If you forget or lose a PIN or PUK code, or if you have not received such a codecontact your network service provider. For information about passwords, contact your access point provider, for example, a commercial Internet Service Provider (ISP), service provider
You can contact your provider if your contract date is over they should provide you an unlock code for free ,
Otherwise there are many dealer on the internet you just have to search for a dealer !
First a comment - my 2 yr/old threw one of my Nokia phones into our pool a few years ago - I took the battery off and let it dry and it powered up just fine - I replaced the phone to be sure I had continued coverage but for the moment DON'T PANIC!
Log in to your service provider and print your most recent calls - you will likely remember who you called or who called you so you at least have some back up information.
I assume your phone service provider is AT&T - unfortunately your phone is not supported by their wireless backup program - a program that costs about $2.00 a month and auto syncs your contacts to a database on line. Make sure you select a phone that is compatible and subscribe to the wireless back up plan when you replace your phone - the $24 year is well worth the extra assurance!
Go to sony ericsson website and search for battery genuineness checking page. Provide your battery serial no. and check whether its original battery or not. If its fake, then approach the dealer from whom you bought this mobile.