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How can i open my GPRS?

Im from phil. and i am a smart user,i already opened it but when i try to open the web, it says that "data server not available?" howcan i fix it.? anyway my phone is an L7.

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Hello..

please try to manually configure your browser settings with this one..

GPRS/WAP Internet Settings
Connection name: SMARTGPRS
Data bearer: Packet data
Access point name: smart1
User name: leave this blank
Prompt password: No
Password: leave this blank
Authentication: Normal
Homepage: http://wap.smart.com.ph

Network type IPv4
Phone IP address: 10.102.61.46
Name servers: Automatic
Proxy server address: 10.102.61.46
Proxy port number: 8080 or 9201
(differs from one handset model to another)

Default access point: SMARTGPRS
Data bearer: Choose GPRS
Access point: internet
User name: (leave it blank)
Prompt p’word: No
Password: (leave it blank)
Authentication: Normal
Homepage: http://wap.smart.com.ph

II. MMS Settings

Connection name : SMARTMMS
Data bearer:Packet data
Access point: mms
User name: leave it blank
Prompt password: No
Password: leave it blank
Authentication: Normal
Homepage : http://10.102.61.238:8002

Network type IPv4
Phone IP address: 10.102.61.46
Name servers: Automatic
Proxy server address: 10.102.61.46
Proxy port number: 8080 or 9201
(differs from one handset model to another)

Default access point: SMARTGPRS
Data bearer: Choose GPRS
Access point: mms
User name: (leave it blank)
Prompt p’word: No
Password: (leave it blank)
Authentication: Normal
Homepage: http://10.102.61.238:8002


hope it helps..

Posted on Jan 08, 2009

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Mms/gprs settings.my network provider is smart


(How to get there? Open settings - Network - APN/Access point - New apn).


On internet settings try this first: Usually works but not always. Under are SMARTs own settings.

Connection name: Internet

Acces point name: Internet

NOTHING ELSE


Hope it helps.


I. GPRS/WAP Internet Settings


Connection name: SMARTGPRS

Data bearer: Packet data

Access point name: smart1

User name: leave this blank

Prompt password: No

Password: leave this blank

Authentication: Normal

Homepage: http://wap.smart.com.ph


Network type IPv4

Phone IP address: 10.102.61.46

Name servers: Automatic

Proxy server address: 10.102.61.46

Proxy port number: 8080 or 9201

(differs from one handset model to another)


Default access point: SMARTGPRS

Data bearer: Choose GPRS

Access point: internet

User name: (leave it blank)

Prompt p'word: No

Password: (leave it blank)

Authentication: Normal

Homepage: http://wap.smart.com.ph


II. MMS Settings


Connection name : SMARTMMS

Data bearer:Packet data

Access point: mms

User name: leave it blank

Prompt password: No

Password: leave it blank

Authentication: Normal

Homepage : http://10.102.61.238:8002


Network type IPv4

Phone IP address: 10.102.61.46

Name servers: Automatic

Proxy server address: 10.102.61.46

Proxy port number: 8080 or 9201

(differs from one handset model to another)


Default access point: SMARTGPRS

Data bearer: Choose GPRS

Access point: mms

User name: (leave it blank)

Prompt p'word: No

Password: (leave it blank)

Authentication: Normal

Homepage: http://10.102.61.238:8002

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on Jan 11, 2011 | Cell Phones

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How to open the GPRS of chinaphone


creating data accounts:
Steps:
1. Open Services Menu.
2. Open Data Account.
3. Open GPRS.
4. Create/Edit Data Account and enter the following values:
For Globe MMS Data Account:
Account Name: GlobeMMS
APN: mms.globe.com.ph
User Name: leave it blank
Password: leave it blank
Auth. Type: Normal
For Globe GPRS Data Account:
Account Name: GlobeGPRS
APN: http://www.globe.com.ph
User Name: leave it blank
Password: leave it blank
Auth. Type: Normal
For Smart MMS Data Account:
Account Name: SmartMMS
APN: mms
User Name: leave it blank
Password: leave it blank
Auth. Type: Normal
For Smart GPRS Data Account:
Account Name: SmartGPRS
APN: smart1
User Name: leave it blank
Password: leave it blank
Auth. Type: Normal
5. Save the Data Account.
Configuring WAP/GPRS/Internet Services Using the Data Accounts Created
1. Open Services Menu.
2. Open WAP.
3. Open Settings.
4. Open Edit Profile.
5. Create/Edit a Profile and enter the following values:
For Globe GPRS Profile:
Rename Profile: myGlobe GPRS
Homepage: http://www.globe.com.ph/globe.asp
Data Account: GlobeGPRS (this data account is the one you have created)
Connection Type: HTTP
Proxy Address: 203.177.042.214
Proxy Port: 8080
Username: leave it blank
Password: leave it blank
For Smart GPRS Profile:
Rename Profile: SmartGPRS
Homepage: http://wap.smart.com.ph
Data Account: SmartGPRS (this data account is the one you have created)
Connection Type: HTTP
Proxy Address: 010.102.061.046
Proxy Port: 8080
Username: leave it blank
Password: leave it blank
6. Save the Profile.
7. Activate the Profile.
8. WAP/GPRS/Internet services now ready to use. In case you encounter errors, double check the Data Account and Profile created. In some cases you need to restart the phone.
Configuring MMS Using the Data Accounts Created
1. Open Messages.
2. Open MMS.
3. Open Message Settings.
4. Open Server Profile.
5. Create/Edit a Profile and enter the following values:
For Globe MMS Profile:
Rename Profile: GlobeMMS
Homepage: http://192.40.100.22:10021/mmsc
Data Account: GlobeMMS (this data account is the one you have created)
Connection Type: HTTP
Proxy Address: 192.040.100.020
Proxy Port: 8080
Username: leave it blank
Password: leave it blank
For Smart MMS Profile:
Rename Profile: SmartMMS
Homepage: http://10.102.61.238:8002
Data Account: SmartMMS (this data account is the one you have created)
Connection Type: HTTP
Proxy Address: 010.102.061.046
Proxy Port: 8080
Username: leave it blank
Password: leave it blank
6. Save the Profile.
7. Activate the Profile.
8. MMS services now ready to use. In case you encounter errors, double check the Data Account and Profile created. In some cases you need to restart the phone.
This configuration is working perfectly using ZT321, Baizhao 8928 and IPhone Clone A380 and probably will work using other China Phones.
If your SIM card is previously activated using other phones specially those phones supported by Globe and Smart, no need to activate your SIM. This is also valid for postpaid users since SIM cards are pre-activated for MMS, GPRS and other services.
But if your SIM is not yet activated or never been used for MMS and GPRS, you need to activate your SIM before you can use MMS and GPRS services.
For Smart SIM, you can use your China Phones to activate MMS and GPRS by simply sending/texting MMS ON / GPRS ON to 333 (I don?t know if this number is still valid). No need to download the configuration for Smart. Just use the configuration I?ve given.
For Globe SIM, this is a little bit harder and need some workaround. I tried to call Globe Customer Service but they cannot activate your SIM manually on their system and the only way to activate it is by downloading the configuration thru text or by asking them to send the configuration. But since China Phones are not yet supported by any Service Provider, what you can do is to active MMS and GPRS using another phone. Monitor until your SIM is activated then transfer your SIM in your China Phone and enjoy surfing and sending MMS.
In another forum, they said you can try using configuration for SE p900. I?ve never tried this but if this really works, well and good for China Phone fanatics.


Jul 08, 2010 | Nokia 6300 Cellular Phone

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Nokia phone wont connect to the GPRS


Creating Data Accounts
Steps:
1. Open Services Menu.
2. Open Data Account.
3. Open GPRS.
4. Create/Edit Data Account and enter the following values:
For Globe MMS Data Account:
Account Name: GlobeMMS
APN: mms.globe.com.ph
User Name: leave it blank
Password: leave it blank
Auth. Type: Normal
For Globe GPRS Data Account:
Account Name: GlobeGPRS
APN: http://www.globe.com.ph
User Name: leave it blank
Password: leave it blank
Auth. Type: Normal
For Smart MMS Data Account:
Account Name: SmartMMS
APN: mms
User Name: leave it blank
Password: leave it blank
Auth. Type: Normal
For Smart GPRS Data Account:
Account Name: SmartGPRS
APN: smart1
User Name: leave it blank
Password: leave it blank
Auth. Type: Normal
5. Save the Data Account.
Configuring WAP/GPRS/Internet Services Using the Data Accounts Created
1. Open Services Menu.
2. Open WAP.
3. Open Settings.
4. Open Edit Profile.
5. Create/Edit a Profile and enter the following values:
For Globe GPRS Profile:
Rename Profile: myGlobe GPRS
Homepage: http://www.globe.com.ph/globe.asp
Data Account: GlobeGPRS (this data account is the one you have created)
Connection Type: HTTP
Proxy Address: 203.177.042.214
Proxy Port: 8080
Username: leave it blank
Password: leave it blank
For Smart GPRS Profile:
Rename Profile: SmartGPRS
Homepage: http://wap.smart.com.ph
Data Account: SmartGPRS (this data account is the one you have created)
Connection Type: HTTP
Proxy Address: 010.102.061.046
Proxy Port: 8080
Username: leave it blank
Password: leave it blank
6. Save the Profile.
7. Activate the Profile.
8. WAP/GPRS/Internet services now ready to use. In case you encounter errors, double check the Data Account and Profile created. In some cases you need to restart the phone.
Configuring MMS Using the Data Accounts Created
1. Open Messages.
2. Open MMS.
3. Open Message Settings.
4. Open Server Profile.
5. Create/Edit a Profile and enter the following values:
For Globe MMS Profile:
Rename Profile: GlobeMMS
Homepage: http://192.40.100.22:10021/mmsc
Data Account: GlobeMMS (this data account is the one you have created)
Connection Type: HTTP
Proxy Address: 192.040.100.020
Proxy Port: 8080
Username: leave it blank
Password: leave it blank
For Smart MMS Profile:
Rename Profile: SmartMMS
Homepage: http://10.102.61.238:8002
Data Account: SmartMMS (this data account is the one you have created)
Connection Type: HTTP
Proxy Address: 010.102.061.046
Proxy Port: 8080
Username: leave it blank
Password: leave it blank
6. Save the Profile.
7. Activate the Profile.
8. MMS services now ready to use. In case you encounter errors, double check the Data Account and Profile created. In some cases you need to restart the phone.

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Packet data connection not available on my nokia 6131 when i wanted to browse with it. i can't open my web but i have already open my gprs i already activate my GPRS, but my packet data said "subscribe...


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Application and url gprs


hi there! thanks for using Fixya.com!

Just a little bit of information:

General packet radio service (GPRS) is a packet oriented mobile data service available to users of the 2G cellular communication systems global system for mobile communications (GSM), as well as in the 3G systems. In the 2G systems, GPRS provides data rates of 56-114 kbit/s.
GPRS data transfer is typically charged per megabyte of traffic transferred, while data communication via traditional circuit switching is billed per minute of connection time, independent of whether the user actually is using the capacity or is in an idle state. GPRS is a best-effort packet switched service, as opposed to circuit switching, where a certain quality of service (QoS) is guaranteed during the connection for non-mobile users.

The Nokia 3650 comes with all the software you need to connect to the Internet. Although the phone doesn't have a built-in web browser, it can access Internet content via the Wap browser (from the 'Services' menu). You can also set up the phone to access email via the messaging application. This page provides details of how to get access to email on the move with your 3650. For help with Wap, see the menu on the left

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Problems connecting?
  • Ensure that your Network operator (e.g. Orange, o2, Vodafone) has 'data-enabled' your SIM card. If not, call their Customer Service people.

  • Problems with GPRS. If connecting with GPRS, you need to make sure your network operator has enabled GPRS on your account. For more on this, and other GPRS troubleshooting help, see our GPRS page
Problems sending emails
  • If you get an error such as "Problem sending message", you may be trying to send a message to one ISP's mailbox while connected to a different ISP. To prevent spamming, most ISPs require you to connect to their service (not someone else's) in order to send an email via their SMTP server. For instance, don't be surprised if you find that can't send mail from your BT Yahoo account (using the server address mail.btinternet.com) if you've logged on to Virgin Media.
Problems retrieving emails
  • If attempting to retrieve email gives you a "General: System error", make sure you have "Gateway IP address" set to 0.0.0.0. (Tools | Settings | Connection | Access points)
    This message also appears if you are trying to connect to an email account over a WAP connection (e.g. trying to connect to BT Yahoo's mailbox while dialed up over o2's WAP service).
Problems logging in
  • If, when attempting to log in, you're constantly prompted for your password, even though you know you're typing in the right password, there are two possible causes. If you're already logged in (via a web browser or a PC program like Outlook, then you're often not allowed to log on via a second device. Make sure you're not already connected to your email provider on another machine. The other thing to check is that you're account hasn't been temporarily locked as you may have made repeated attempts to log on incorrectly. Many ISPs allow you to check your mail via a web service... it may be worth trying this to make sure your account is working properly and there are no problems at your ISP.
Problems with GPRS
  • Most mobile phone operators use different APNs (Access Point Nodes) for WAP-over-GPRS and email-over-GPRS. The upshot of this is that you can't connect to your email server over a GPRS WAP connection. Additionally, you may need to have your network operator enable access to the Internet/email GPRS service.

    Problems with o2 - If you experience a "GPRS: Invalid GPRS access point" error when attempting to connect to, say, Virgin Media, over o2 via their mobile.o2.co.uk APN, this is likely to be for one of two reasons - either you have not entered the correct o2 Mobile Web APN settings, or o2 has not enabled "Mobile Web" on your account (in which case, contact o2).
Hope this will help you a lot! Cheers! don't forget to mark!! thanks!

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How, where can i get the i.p adress of my china phone n5310,


hi dave, you can try visitiing smart centers, they can surely help you with that.

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2 Answers

What is the correct data or GPRS info for my cect i9 phone?


Hi! Your GPRS or data packet service is currently not activated and thats the reason you can't access internet. So contact at&t and get your gprs service activated first and if it is activated then under your phone connection settings input the following settings-

GPRS Settings:
Settings Name: Cingular Wireless Internet Express
Home Page: http://device:home or http://device.home
Session Mode: Permanent
Connection Security: On
APN: wap.cingular (lower case)
PDP_Type: IP
Gateway IP Address: 66.209.11.61
Port: 9201
Authentication Type: Secure
Login Type: Automatic
User Name: WAP@CINGULARGPRS.COM
(All upper case)
Password: CINGULAR1
(All upper case)
MMS Settings:
Service Name: MMS
Server Name (mmsc): http://mmsc.cingular.com
Web Session Name: MMS

Leave user name & password field blank

Also if above settings don't work then try-
148.233.239.24
Port 3128
or
APN: proxy
UserId: leave blank
Password: Leave blank

Browser settings:
IP: 10.250.250.250
Port 9203
home page: http://home
with rest things same

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