My wing phone every time I try going on the internet explorer it doesnt let me because I get a massage saying "theres a problem with your GPRS home edition and I want to fix it.so I can browse the internet what can I do help me please
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It is very simple to activate gprs in the phone
1. talk to ur customer care, tell them to send GPRS settings, when u will get that, open that msg and when u will go for options then there is a option called "SAVE the settings"
2. Save that settings, it will automatically saved in the appropite place no need to bother about that.
3. now browse internet explorer and enter the proper url and here it is ready to serve.
you have to erase attachments from emails...and clear internet search files....internet explorer....tools...options...memory tab..delete files....to erase attachments...go to file explorer....my device...messaging folder..there will be an attachments folder open and delete those files...and any under the attachments folder erase those..however you wont be able to read any of the already downloaded emails unless you download them again...they are still in your email just not your phone.....good lucc
Do you know if the GPRS from BSNL is using a proxy or not? If it uses a proxy or to find out, go to Start > Settings > Connections > Connections then tap on Managemyproxysettings (If it says setup my proxy server it probably isnt using one and may be another issue.)
It will give you the proxy address and port which needs to be setup on the computer to get access. If it does have a proxy then follow the following steps:
On the computer go to Start > ControlPanel > InternetOptions > Connections tab and click LanSettings at the bottom.
Put a check where it says use proxy and enter the proxyaddress and port that we find on the device then click OK and OK and test.
Note: If you see something like 192.168.1.1:8080, everything before the : is the proxy and after the : is the port. Also, if you connect to a different connection later, these proxy settings can prevent you from connecting, so remove them if your not using the device as the modem anymore.
Connection name::"Give any name" Moden:: select "Cellular line (gprs)" Select "Next" Access point name:: "portalnmms" select "Next" Username:: (blank) Password:: (blank) Domain:: (blank) Select "Finish"
Now Select "Setup/Edit my proxy server" below that "Add a new modem connection"
Select the two check boxes 1.) This network connects to the internet 2.) This network uses a proxy server to connect to the internet
Now you ll have proxy server box below that you will have "advanced" Select "advanced" Select "HTTP" --->> Server:: "10.10.1.100" port:: "9401" select "ok" Select "Wap" ---->> Server:: "10.10.1.100" port:: "9201" select "ok"
Give ok to all options.
Now select "start" select "internet explorer" and try it for the connection... When internet is connecting it ll show "Connecting to GPRS" You ll be getting "locating" and "opening" and the webpage
either you will have to get gprs service from ur network provider and get neccessary settings from them only..... or you can use your internet connection of ur pc with ur phone, if it does have a network card..(compatible with vista with windows mobile device center)..
I'm not sure if you are using GPRS, EDGE, EV-DO, etc....
this is how you do it with GPRS
REG HACK - Turn off GPRS totally (and back to working state) without going to settings
1: You need a Registry editor ( eg. Resco Explorer... there are freeware registry editors too )
2: Find the registry key
under that , you should see you GPRS settings , for example , mine 's
OPTUS GPRS Internet , OPTUS GPRS MMS etc , pick the right one and
export it to the *.REG file, and name it to something like " GPRS
4: Modify the setting inside ( for example OPTUS GPRS Internet ) , and
change the Enabled value from 1 to 0, then export it to GPRS OFF.reg
use the GPRS ON /OFF .reg to toggle between GPRS always off and on when required.