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Unable browse internet using wlan/wi fi

I try to use wlan ,i got local wlan network,it connet to waln,but unable to browse, it says, setings donot support browising, cn some body help me.

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Whatever computer you are connected to needs activsync which you can get from windowsmobile.com. when connected you have to change the settings to allow for data transfer and internet connections. then you can browse. as for wireless, you have to have the internet package to unlock the block in explorer to make this work. I wonder if unlocking the phone would eliminate that.

Posted on Mar 15, 2009

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