Question about LG Prada KE850 Cellular Phone
I just recently purchased an LG Prada and have been having one hell of a time trying to set up MMS for pictures that I have taken and showing them to friends. Another huge issue has been setting up internet so that I can use email and just serf the web. It's an unlocked phone for both T-mobile and ATT but I can't seem to get them to work for either. Any help would be greatly appreciated!!!! Also I tried using this from ATT's web forum: http://forums.wireless.att.com/cng/board/message?board.id=mmode&message.id=12727&query.id=1307#M12727
Please help me .. i bought LG prada yesterday , but now i check the message i can oly write message for 90 lettes only ?? anyone who can help me ? please
Posted on Jul 13, 2013
**FOR MMS**** Under Connectivity - Network Profile, create a new profile Name: Tmobile Bearer: GPRS APN: wap.voicestream.com The rest just leave blank Then go to Message - Settings - Multimedia message - Network profile and make a new one Profile name: Tmobile MMSC: http://188.8.131.52/servlets/mms Internet mode: HTTP Proxy IP: 216.155.165.050 Proxy port: 8080 Connection: Tmobile Then go to Browser - Settings - Network profile - Activate Tmobile Name: Tmobile Homepage: http://wap.voicestream.com Connection Type: HTTP IP address: 216.155.165.050 Port number: 8080 Access point: Tmobile You should be done after that! Here''s the info for the cingular one. Do the same thing as the Tmobile one and just apply the information your "connection profile" should appear as below: APN: wap.cingular login:[email protected] (Must be in caps) pass:CINGULAR1 (Must be in caps) Authentication: None DNS1: 000.000.000.000 DNS2: 000.000.000.000 your "internet profile" should appear as below: Type: WAP Security: None Proxy Server: 066.209.011.061 Proxy Port: 9201 Login: [email protected] (must be in caps) Pass: CINGULAR1 (Must be in caps) Under your message settings, select the two profiles, and you relayserver should be:http://mmsc.cingular.com secure relay URL is blank. That should help you send and receive mms. This is a link to a tmobile site that will send you an mms: http://tmobileus.wdsglobal.com/phonefirs... ****************EMAIL SETUP********* From the Start-up screen select the Main Menu icon -Select Message -Scroll down and select Settings -Select Email -Select Accounts -Select Menu icon -Select New Account You will now be required to enter some information relevant to your network provider and existing email account(I can find the pop and smtp servers if you let me know who your host is-I will use hotmail for example): -Account Name ? Hotmail -Email Address ? e.g. [email protected] -Your Name ? e.g. Bob Jones -Incoming Mail Server ? pop.hotmail.com -User Name ? e.g. bobjones -Password ? This is will be the same as your Hotmail password -Outgoing Mail Server ? smtp.hotmail.com You can also set up some Advanced Settings on your email account, to do this press the Menu icon and select Advanced Settings. You can now edit the following settings if you need to do so, however, they will already be set to default settings: -Protocol Type -Maximum Receive Size -Save To Server -Insert Signature -Reply Email Address -Incoming Port Number -Outgoing Port Number -Outgoing Mail Authen -Outgoing Server ID -Outgoing Server Password Once you have completed the above, press Save in the Email Account section activate your new email account. You are now ready to send and receive emails. You can also change your Network Profile and set up a Signature via the main Email menu simply select Network Profile then the new profile and activate. To set up a Signature choose Signature, then New and write your Signature and press OK.
Posted on Aug 15, 2007
Kevklau, From your problem description it appears that you know how to operate the phone. Before looking into further advanced setup options, you should know that the problem might be with your service package: MMS and internet service must be enabled by your cellular service provider. Try contacting your cellular provider to enable your MMS and internet in your service package. If that is not the problem, please reply for further information.
Posted on Aug 13, 2007
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