Question about HP iPAQ hw6515 Pocket PC
I'm on orange and when i ask for the settings to connect to the internet via gprs Orange say they don't support this phone any clue's? Don't really want to change network provider's
You need to do the following:
First of all setup an MMS connection for the MMS Service to use, by doing the following -
1) Go to START > SETTINGS > CONNECTIONS > CONNECTIONS
2) Go to the ADVANCED tab then press SELECT NETWORKS
3) Your 6515 will be set to MY ISP as the top option
4) Press NEW to setup a new connection.
5) Call the new connection ORANGE MMS and click OK
6) Press EDIT to go back into the ORANGE MMS settings
7) Go to the MODEM tab and press NEW to setup a new modem
8) Name the modem connection ORANGE MMS and select CELLULAR LINE (GPRS)as the modem
9) Click NEXT
10) Put ORANGEMMS into the access point name then press NEXT
11) Put Orange as the username (with the capital 'O' and lowercase 'range' as written)
12) Put Multimedia as the password (with the capital 'M' and lowercase 'ultimedia' as written)
13) Click FINISH then press OK
14) Set your top option (presently should be ORANGE MMS) back to MY ISP and then press OK.
15) Close your connections screens
Secondly you need to configure the MMS settings in Messaging -
1) Go to MESSAGING
2) Go to TOOLS > MMS SETTINGS
3) Change "Connect Via:" to ORANGE MMS (the connection you setup above)
4) Go to the SERVERS tab
5) Press NEW to setup a new MMS server,
6) Next enter the following details -
Server Name: orangemms
Port number: 9201
Sever address: http://mms.orange.co.uk/
(make a note of the port number, it is NOT 8080 as shown on other sites !!)
7) Press OK then set the new ORANGEMMS settings to be default
8) Press OK again to close the MMS settings
You should now be ready to send and receive MMS messages. Note that MMS will dial over GPRS to connect automatically, but sometimes will NOT hang up automatically. Also MMS messages take an age to send and receive, so be patient, but obviously over 5 mins is too long ;)
Cheerup And Be Happy always
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