Question about Sony Ericsson K750i Cellular Phone
GPRS with AirTel MobileOffice(INDIA) and Sony Ericsson W200i30072007
Sony Ericsson W200i
W200i comes under the Walkman series.The best thing about this phone (apart from the fantastic music capability and other features) is that it comes along with a data cable. Previously I had a Nokia 6020 and had trouble connecting it to the laptop. The data cable has to be brought separately.
When connected to the laptop using the cable, two options appear in the phone - File Transfer and Phone Mode. If you want to tranfer files i.e., themes, music etc from phone to PC, choose File Transfer.The W200 is easily recognized under KDE - an icon for the Phone as well as the Micro SD Memory card (128MB) appears in the desktop.
If the phone has to be used as a Modem to connect to the Internet, the Phone mode is selected.
I subscribed for AirTel MobileOffice(although I had used AirTel Online before).Once activated, browsing can be done on the phone or can be connected to the PC for regular browsing. It took me about a day or so for mobileoffice to be activated. To Configure the phone, go to Menu - > Settings -> Connectivity -> Internet settings -> Internet profiles and then select Mobile Office. Do the same thing for Streaming settings and Settings for Java.
For AirTel Online, activation can be done by sending an SMS. The charges used to about Rs.5/day. The advantage is that it can be deactivated anytime by sending another SMS. The disadvantage being that large files cannot be downloaded.
The speed in both can be a test for your patience. But, overall I felt it usable. Sometimes better than a regular dialup connection from BSNL.
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
I'm using airtel sim card.my comp is one week old.i'm using k750i cell phone. i activated gprs but could'nt use it in my comp. i've installed the software given with the fone. help me out of this problem please.please guide me how to get internet connection in my comp using k750i phone.
Posted on Apr 19, 2008
I need internet with my mobile
Posted on Feb 07, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can call to your phone operator and ask about the setting. They will tell the procedure to get the settings.
The settings varies from cellular operator to operator.
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Posted on Feb 08, 2009
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