Question about HTC Touch P3450 Smartphone
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.
This is usual problem with HTC touch with Airtel Network.
Seek advise from the airtel GPRS executive in any Airtel office.
Last option is to take it to your HTC dealer for change in software. I'll fix the issue.
Posted on Feb 02, 2008
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.
Posted on Aug 15, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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currently present in the Address Bar.
Once the address is deleted, type http://10.0.0.200 into the Address Bar.
2 You will now be logged into the Status Page of the AP+4. On the left side, click the option that reads Setup Wizard.
Click on the Next button to get started on the wizard.
3 You will now be on "Choosing an Operating Mode" screen. Here you will select Ethernet Client.
Click on Next to continue.
4 The next page is "Selecting a Time Zone." You can skip this and click Next to continue.
5 This will bring up the "LAN Interface Setup" screen.
On this page, you will need to change DHCP to Client. Once that is done, click Next to continue.
6 You will now be on "Setting up Internet Connection."
WAN Access Type needs to be set to DHCP Client. Once it is set to DHCP Client, you can click Next to continue.
7 The "Configuring the Wireless Network" screen will open.
This is where you will need the SSID and Channel of your network. Change the current SSID to match the one provided by your wireless router. Also, change the Channel to match that of your router as well. Once those are changed, you can also change Wireless Operation to Client. Click Next to continue.
8 This will take you to the final page of the Setup Wizard "Setting Up Wireless Security."
Here is where you need the Encryption type and Passphrase/Network Key. Enter the Encryption to match that of your router, if applicable. If you do have encryption, you will have a Network Key or Passphrase, depending on the Encryption type. Select Passphrase if you use WPA or WPA2. Select Hex if you are using WEP. Once the Network Key or Passphrase has been entered, click Finish.
9 Power down your computer and remove the AP+4. Plug the AP+4 into the Ethernet port of your gaming console. Follow the instructions that came with your gaming console to set up your Internet connection. The AP+4 will appear to be a Wired Connection to your Gaming Console.
For a PDF version of this answer, with screenshots, click AP4_Setup_GamingConsole.pdf in the File Attachments area below.
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