Try asking your network provider if they support 3g or gprs. if so, then try acquiring an n70 or n73 gprs setting. bingo, you can now browse thru any site, but you cant buy games and other softwares to be downloaded to your phone
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I don't know the game but you could try and check if you are running the latest version of your current browser.
You could also try using a different browser. Internet Explorer is installed as your standard browser if you are using Windows. Some other (free) browsers are Firefox and Google Chrome.
If that doesn't help it could be something else, like your flash plugin not being updated.
Hey ! 1. First get settings from your customer care then SAVE them. 2. go to MENU > BROWSER > SETTINGS > BROWSER PROFILES 3. Select the profile for wap or gprs which you saved After these steps try connecting internet on phone i hope it will help you out. Thanks
ON what particular mode did you used? Is that a timeline or the story board? I suggest to you if you used story board switched it to timeline for you to allowing you to put chapter to your movies clips. By the way here is the procedure on how to. http://avid.custkb.com/avid/app/selfservice/search.jsp?DocId=214183&Hilite=menu
The procedure is 1st. to connect the LAN cable to the router (not to the LAN port marked WAN) and use the browser to configure the Belkin router for the wireless settings.
In the wireless setup change the SSID from the default SSID to what you like., set up encryption (if your wireless card supports WAP then use WAP encryption, if not use WEP 128bit)
Also change the administrator password (write it down and put it in a safe place).
you can disconnect the LAN cable from the computer and router.
If you had not installed the wireless driver for you wireless card, do so now.
Connect the LAN cable to the WAN port on the router and the other end to the Hughesnet.
Now configure the wireless card with the SSID and the encryption that was set on the router.
If all goes well you should see your router and get on to the Internet.
Get back to me with error messages if you have problems.
problem solved when im using access point manager to accessed my wap. the default password is "default". for unknown reason the wap seems cant be access thru http, even i enter the right password. the http page tell me that the password is wrong. But when i used access point manager from www.teletronics.com i can log in to the wap and configure it using the same password that i used on the http page.till now still dont know what's wrong with the wap. since it's working fine im not trying to find out anymore.
the default password is working too on telnet and others but it still dont work on http page and i dont see any configuration that restricted access to the wap thru http access.