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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Network data
"Dont be stupid... you dont have to call anyone... ALL YOU HAVE TO DO
IS, hold the top left button (the one one that looks like three little
bars) and with the screen flipped open press the letter L on the
keypad. So while holding the top left button hit the letter L.
yeah thats a good idea,apart from the fact you need to unlock the phone everytime you turn it on and you cant get on the internet at all,
it meand the internal ariel is broken and you need to get t-moble to swap your phone for a new one
Posted on Jun 03, 2008
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-
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)
Gateway IP Address: 184.108.40.206
Authentication Type: Secure
Login Type: Automatic
User Name: WAP@CINGULARGPRS.COM
(All upper case)
(All upper case)
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-
UserId: leave blank
Password: Leave blank
home page: http://home
with rest things same
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
SOURCE: Nokia N81 Phone memory problems.
To start, please note 34KB isn't much space at all. That phone has a minimum of 12 megabytes and a maximum of 8 gigabtyes depending on when you got your phone.
But just for size comparison, 34 kilobytes = 0.033203125 megabytes so you have plenty of space, those kilobytes mean nothing.
I don't personally own a Nokia phone, but from what I hear, all of their phones have software on them called Lifeblog, it stores all of your photos taken, and all of the calls you have made on your phone and arranges them in a time line, this ends up taking up a lot of space and is a cause for many of the memory related problems.
Backup anything you want to keep with Nokia PC Suite
Reset your phone to factory default by either typing *#7370#
Holding down 3 * green whilst switching it on.
Be wary when restoring any backup you have, being this will restore anything that your Lifeblog contains, reverting the problem.
And a final solution
Download "Y" browser here
Install it on your phone via your Nokia PC Suite.
Launch the YBrowser application (probably from new folder called DrJukka.com):
Locate the C: drive and open it:
Locate the Data folder:
Locate the Lifeblog folder:
Select Options, File and then Delete
Once the folder is deleted launch Lifeblog and select Update Timeline.
Hope one if not all of these helped =)
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
Hi, normally it all depends on the network you are using. To get settings for gprs on your phone, you will have to contact the customer service center of the network you are using at the moment.They are the only one that can guide you on how to get settings on the phone.
The good thing about it is that, calls are free.
Posted on May 31, 2010
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