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Cannot connect to the internet on my Samsung BlackJack II

When I first got my phone, I had no trouble connecting to the internet. Now, when ever I try to connect to connect to the internet or load a web page, this message appears: The page you are looking for cannot be found due to unknown error 0x80072f78.

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Basti
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SOURCE: Blackjack II MMS/Internet Configuration

You can try this,

***First Step***
1.Main menu –> Select Services
3.Select Data Account –> Select GPRS
5.Select the first entry
6.Edit the account name to whatever you would like
7.Edit APN to wap.cingular (lowercase)
8.Edit Username to WAP@CINGULARGPRS.COM (UPPERCASE)
9.Edit Password to CINGULAR1 (UPPERCASE)
10.Edit Auth Type. to Secure
11. Save
Select Back –> Select Back
***Second Step***
Select WAP
1.Select Settings –> Edit Profile
3.Select the first entry –> Edit Profile
5.edit the name to whatever you would like
6.Edit Homepage to http://device.home
7.Edit Data Account to the Name you established in the First Step
8.Edit Connection type to HTTP
9.The IP address is 066.209.011.032 and the port number is 8080
10.Edit Username to WAP@CINGULARGPRS.COM
11.Edit Password to CINGULAR1
Select back or done
Select Activate Account
You should now see a Black [G] in the upper left of your screen.
To access the net select Services –> WAP –> Homepage.
If it connects the Black [G] should turn Green
mms
Select Messages –> MMS –> Message Settings
Select Server Profile
Select the first entry
Select Edit Profile
Edit Rename Profile to whatever name you would like
Edit Home Page to http://mmsc.cingular.com
Edit Data Account to the same data account you created for WAP
Edit Connection Type to HTTP the IP address is 066.209.011.032 and the port is 8080
Edit the Username to WAP@CINGULARGPRS.COM (UPPERCASE)
Edit the Password to CINGULAR1 (UPPERCASE)
Select Done or Save
Make sure to activate the profile and you are good.


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***First Step*** AT&T CINGULAR
1.Main menu –> Select Services
3.Select Data Account –> Select GPRS
5.Select the first entry
6.Edit the account name to whatever you would like
7.Edit APN to wap.cingular (lowercase)
8.Edit Username to WAP@CINGULARGPRS.COM (UPPERCASE)
9.Edit Password to CINGULAR1 (UPPERCASE)
10.Edit Auth Type. to Secure
11. Save
Select Back –> Select Back
***Second Step***
Select WAP
1.Select Settings –> Edit Profile
3.Select the first entry –> Edit Profile
5.edit the name to whatever you would like
6.Edit Homepage to http://device.home
7.Edit Data Account to the Name you established in the First Step
8.Edit Connection type to HTTP
9.The IP address is 066.209.011.032 and the port number is 8080
10.Edit Username to WAP@CINGULARGPRS.COM
11.Edit Password to CINGULAR1
Select back or done
Select Activate Account
You should now see a Black [G] in the upper left of your screen.
To access the net select Services –> WAP –> Homepage.
If it connects the Black [G] should turn Green
mms
Select Messages –> MMS –> Message Settings
Select Server Profile
Select the first entry
Select Edit Profile
Edit Rename Profile to whatever name you would like
Edit Home Page to http://mmsc.cingular.com
Edit Data Account to the same data account you created for WAP
Edit Connection Type to HTTP the IP address is 066.209.011.032 and the port is 8080
Edit the Username to WAP@CINGULARGPRS.COM (UPPERCASE)
Edit the Password to CINGULAR1 (UPPERCASE)
Select Done or Save
Make sure to activate the profile and you are good.
Hope this helps!!

Posted on May 03, 2008

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SOURCE: gprs settings for samsung blackjack

there's no way that you can set it to connect to your service provider especially if you upgrade its software to 6.0 version


yes you can make the mms settings work but not the internet capabilities of your phone

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Hello again dogbyte!

Fantastic! I'm thrilled to here the first fix went well!

Here's the deal on your most recent question...(Please excuse the long post - I'm intimately connected to this particular issue, so I figured I'd try to share some of the background on it.) Are you using GoodLink version 5.0.x by chance?

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You may also notice surprisingly frequent "403 Forbidden" messages in Pocket Internet Explorer on AT&T devices (including the BlackJack II).

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