Most of the times the signal gets dropped & the messagedisplayed is "The current settings do not match the current network you are using.you may not be able to use network services.
do you want to automatically set the network settings to correct settings now?"
after selecting option Yes another message is displayed as "The Network operator does not exist in the database.Please contact network operator for the settings"
I have selected the proper country i.e India & correct Network operator i.e. Airtel from the list provided in the network wizard but still the message pops up very frequently .i have checked with the service provider too but as per them there is no need to do any manual settings its already configured in the phone.Please somebody help me on this because whenever the message pops up the network signal goes off completely.
I have purchased a new HTC touch phone last month facing a problem with Air tel prepaid connection handset shows network full but my phone is not reachable . if some body call me he notice ring is going on but on my phone no indication this problem is mainly wit air tel prepaid only if i use post paid handset is working fine.
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This means that where you currently are, your phone cannot reach a network. In certain places, the signals the mobile phone companies use to connect to your phone are too weak. When this happens, your phone will display this message. So if people try to call you or send a message, they won't get through to you and vice-versa.
You can try to change this by changing where you are, or if this is not convenient due to the fact that you get no signal at home or work, try changing to a different network. Bear in mind also, that phone networks occasionally fail for short periods of time while maintenance is being carried out. So it could be remedied simply by waiting a day or two.
Hope to have helped.
It sounds like you may have a poor 3G reception in your area. Even though other O2 phones are working better they may be running on the 2G masts in your area.
Try in setting/network menu turning off 3G reception, that way the device will only look for 2G masts. Your handset will give priority to 3G masts where available and sometimes will hold onto the weakest signal making poor call quality, and or dropping connection.
Advantages to using 2G only = better standby and talk time / better reception where 3G is poor.
Disadvantages = Slower web browsing / no video calls.
WEP / WPA will only apply if you are connecting using WI FI and have nothing to do with your mobile network connection.
Hope that helps?
Setting up a wireless connection is easy. The Connection Manager searches for any wireless networks within range and displays their signal strength, and whether the networks are encrypted. The 770 supports both WEP and WPA encryption, so provided you know the network key, it can connect to any wireless network.
When it's out of range of a network, the Nokia can connect to your mobile phone using Bluetooth, letting you browse the Internet over GPRS.
Once you've exchanged Bluetooth passkeys with your phone, you have to manually enter your network provider's GPRS settings into the 770. This has the potential to be a real pain in the neck, but fortunately the 770's mobile settings wizard already knows GPRS settings for the major mobile networks, which takes much of the pain out of the process.
Loading Web pages over GPRS is far slower than over a wireless network, but it's quick enough to look up the occasional bit of information and certainly fast enough to send and receive e-mails.
You can only change the band if your provider offers service on that band. So if you have bad reception on your current band try switching provider.. which offers their service on other / multiple bands.
I find the HTC touch drops many more calls than other phones I've had. Just doesn't seem to be able to hold a weak signal very well. On my way home from work, I had 2 places where I dropped calls. When I got the HTC Touch, I now have about 4 or 5 places where I lose calls. One additional place is sitting at my desk at work. Very frustrating!
Hye! get in touch with your network's customer care service and tell'em to send you the network settings; you could save it on your device & then restart your device. your problem will be solved 99%. enjoy!