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Connecting to the net

I can get a connection on my phone to the website i want, but when i try and choose from a menu within the website it will not open it. this is soooo frustrating! any tips?

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    removing bigpond from my Motorola v3

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How do i connect my internet to turn on


If u r trying to connect to the internet then first of all you need to have your phone properly configuered.U can get net setting from your network operator and then u need to recharge a suitable net pack,then open browser and start browsing

Jan 10, 2012 | Samsung Cell Phones

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How to set up you cell Phone to connect up to the Internet via USB Cable, IR,...


To set up you cell Phone to connect up to the Internet via USB Cable, IR, or Bluetooth
Go to the website of your phone's manufacturer. Find the support section and locate the modem driver for your phone. If you were provided with a driver disk along with your phone, copy the modem driver from the disk onto your computer. If you were provided an executable file (.exe), a file that runs an installation program, then skip ahead to the "Creating the Connection" portion of this tutorial.
Go into the phone's menu and activate the modem. Since activating the phone's modem function varies from phone to phone, consult your user's manual for instructions on activating the modem.
After the phone is set to function as a modem, connect the phone to the computer via the USB cable, Bluetooth or IR. You will receive notification from your computer that new "hardware was found." You will be asked if you would like your computer to find drivers for you phone automatically and you will also be given the option to specify the location of the driver. Choose to locate the driver and point the installation menu to the folder containing the driver.
Creating the Connection
Go to the "Start Menu" and open the "Control Panel." Once the "Control Panel" is open, click on the "Network" icon and, from there, select the option "Set up a Connection or Network."
Choose the option
Choose the option "Set up a Dial-up Connection."
You will be presented a list of different connection types, choose the option "Set up a Dial-up Connection." In the next window, enter #777 into the box labeled "Dial-up Phone Number." While the access number #777 works with most carriers, check with you carrier if you encounter access problems.
You do not need to enter a Username or Password unless directed by your wireless provider. Create a name for your connection and enter it in the box labeled "Connection Name."
In the Taskbar, right click on the connection icon and choose disconnect to end a session.
Click connect at the bottom of the menu. You should be authenticated and connected within a matter of seconds. If you need to re-establish a connection, your connection will appear in the "Network" menu inside of the "Control Panel."

on Feb 18, 2010 | Cell Phones

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Using a Cell Phone to connect up to the Internet via USB Cable, IR, or...


To set up you cell Phone to connect up to the Internet via USB Cable, IR, or Bluetooth
Go to the website of your phone's manufacturer. Find the support section and locate the modem driver for your phone. If you were provided with a driver disk along with your phone, copy the modem driver from the disk onto your computer. If you were provided an executable file (.exe), a file that runs an installation program, then skip ahead to the "Creating the Connection" portion of this tutorial.
Go into the phone's menu and activate the modem. Since activating the phone's modem function varies from phone to phone, consult your user's manual for instructions on activating the modem.
After the phone is set to function as a modem, connect the phone to the computer via the USB cable, Bluetooth or IR. You will receive notification from your computer that new "hardware was found." You will be asked if you would like your computer to find drivers for you phone automatically and you will also be given the option to specify the location of the driver. Choose to locate the driver and point the installation menu to the folder containing the driver.
Creating the Connection
Go to the "Start Menu" and open the "Control Panel." Once the "Control Panel" is open, click on the "Network" icon and, from there, select the option "Set up a Connection or Network."
Choose the option
Choose the option "Set up a Dial-up Connection."
You will be presented a list of different connection types, choose the option "Set up a Dial-up Connection." In the next window, enter #777 into the box labeled "Dial-up Phone Number." While the access number #777 works with most carriers, check with you carrier if you encounter access problems.
You do not need to enter a Username or Password unless directed by your wireless provider. Create a name for your connection and enter it in the box labeled "Connection Name."
In the Taskbar, right click on the connection icon and choose disconnect to end a session.
Click connect at the bottom of the menu. You should be authenticated and connected within a matter of seconds. If you need to re-establish a connection, your connection will appear in the "Network" menu inside of the "Control Panel."

on Feb 18, 2010 | Cell Phones

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I want that my bsnl 3g sim is anable to connect to samsung kies please please please help me


The following steps worked out for connecting Samsung GT S5620 mobile to BSNL net.

Operating System: WindowsXP SP3 updated till date.

Install dotnetFX 4 from microsoft website

Install windows media player 11, windows media format runtime 11 (installed automatically with media player).

Download and install Kies_1.5.3.10092_2_1 or Kies_1.5.3.10103_102 from samsung website and update it

Restart PC

Connect GT S5620, wait for the device to appear.

Now in tethering click New GT S5620_(Other) should appear

choose country - India,
Choose network provider - cellone,

APN - bsnlnet and phone number - *99**1*1# appears automatically.

Now connect on internet connect / disconnect button and wait.

should connect automatically and say "internet is now connected"

Then what for U are waiting, open a browser and enjoy browsing.

Now u can also create a dialer under network connections and connect with your mobile to the net

and atlast Don't forget to choose an appropriate data plan with BSNL.

Oct 02, 2010 | Samsung S5620 Cell Phone

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Lost my internet, wont load so need settings please


  • Navigate to your cellular provider's website or call its customer service line. Access the "Support" section of the website or ask for the technical support division. Find the "Access Point," "MMS" and "Wap Gateway" settings and write them down.Power on the HTC phone and then press the soft key on the left side to bring up the main menu screen. Scroll down through the menu and highlight the "Settings" option. Press the square button at the center of the phone to access the settings menu.Choose the "Connections" option from the settings menu. Scroll down through the new list that will appear and choose "GPRS." Highlight the "New" option and press the center button. Choose "Connects To Internet."Scroll down to the "Internet" heading and choose "Change." Key in the Access Point that you wrote down earlier. Scroll down and press "Done.Navigate back through the menu to the "GRPS" option. Press "New" again, and this time, choose "Connects To Wap." Choose the "MMS" option. Key in the MMS settings you wrote down earlier.Return to the main menu screen and then select "Messaging." Highlight "MMS" and press the right soft key to bring up a second menu. Choose "Settings," and then choose "MMSC Settings."Press "Edit" and enter in the "MMS" settings again. Scroll down to "WAP Gateway" and enter in the information you wrote down earlier.Power cycle the phone by turning it off and then back on to complete setting up the WAP settings.


  • Oct 01, 2010 | HTC Cell Phones

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    Dns failed


    there's no problem with your broadband.. try to connect again to your wireless connection.. then if its already connected, go to menu > browser > settings > browser profiles then choose the name of your connection..
    after choosing it, restart your mobile then try to browse on the net.. It usually happens to my phone mostly when i try to change connection (browser profiles) or when you get away for a long hours from your wifi range.. hope this may help..

    May 28, 2010 | Samsung Star GT-S5233 Cell Phone

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    Shows the media net icon when im not useing media net


    Which media net icon? The media net icon in your menu or the one on the top status bar? Do you have a data or media net plan with AT&T? It probably is showing this just because it is telling you that your data connection is active. You can remove the WAP settings if you would like, that will turn this off.

    If you want to try to remove the profile, try this:

    Press “Menu” to enter main menu and according the following step to select “Settings” -> “Connectivity” -> “Network” -> “Network Profile” ->“Data connections” -> any profile to be edited -> Press “Options” key -> and delete the profile

    Nov 27, 2009 | LG Shine 720 Cellular Phone

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    LG Incite: Connect to a multiple-user WiFi network


    To enable or disable Wi-Fi
    1. Choose Start, choose Settings, choose the Connections tab, and then choose Wireless Manager.
    2. Choose the Wi-Fi button. If it is turned off, the button will appear as a lighter color and display an icon marked with an "X".
    3. Choose Done.
    clear.gif To set up a Wi-Fi connection
    1. Choose Start, choose Settings, choose the Connections tab, and then choose Wireless Manager.
    2. Scroll to Wi-Fi and press ENTER. The device will detect available Wi-Fi networks.
    3. Select the network you want to connect to, and then choose OK.
    4. Select Internet or Work, and then choose Connect.
      If you select a secure network, you may have to enter a network key that is provided by the network administrator.
    clear.gif To edit a Wi-Fi connection
    1. Choose Start, choose Settings, choose the Connections tab, and then choose Wireless Manager.
    2. Choose Menu, and then choose Wi-Fi Settings.
    3. Scroll to the connection that you want to edit, choose Menu, and then choose Edit.
    4. Make changes as needed, and then choose Finish.
    clear.gif To delete a Wi-Fi connection
    1. Choose Start, choose Settings, choose the Connections tab, and then choose Wireless Manager.
    2. Choose Menu, and then choose Wi-Fi Settings.
    3. Scroll to the connection that you want to delete, choose Menu, and then choose Remove Settings.
    clear.gif To change Wi-Fi settings
    1. Choose Start, choose Settings, choose the Connections tab, and then choose Wireless Manager.
    2. Choose Menu, choose Wi-Fi Settings, and then choose the Wireless tab.
    3. Scroll to the connection that has the settings that you want to change, choose Menu, and then choose Edit.
    4. Change any of the following information:
      • In Network name, enter a name for the connection.
      • In Connects to, select The Internet or Work.
      • If the network is a hidden network, which means that it does not broadcast its Service Set Identifier (SSID), select This is a hidden network.
      • If you want to connect directly to another device or computer, and not to a network through an access point, select This is a device to device (ad-hoc) connection.
    5. Choose Next.
    6. On the Configure Network Authentication screen, do the following:
      • Select the authentication and data encryption methods.
      • Enter the network key information or select the The key is automatically provided check box.
        If it is necessary, ask the network administrator for authentication, encryption, and network key information.
    7. Choose Next.
    8. Select or clear the Use IEEE 802.1X network access control check box.
    9. To use Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP) or smart card authentication, make the selections appropriate to your choice of authentication.
    10. Choose Finish.

    Aug 05, 2009 | LG Incite Cell Phone

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    LG Xenon photos don't show on my computer with USB cable connected, just shows a blank screen under the USB device menu.


    Try this:
    First go to your menu.
    Go to Settings
    Choose More
    Choose Connection
    Choose USB connection.
    Start the process of connecting the cable to your computer again.
    I hope this works for you!

    Jul 23, 2009 | LG Xenon GR500 Cell Phone

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    INTERNET CONNECTIONS


    Heres how : Open Networking Wizard Choose "Create" and click "next" Type in a "Connection Name" (You choose) Choose "Samsung CDMA Modem" Choose "Country and Provider" Apply credentials for logging in if you have them, otherwise click "next" Review your settings, if correct click "next" Leave the marker checked if you want to try to connect right away and click "Finish" If youve done all of the above, you should get a small pop-up asking for username and password, just click "dial" and you should be good to go. Hope this helped :)

    Sep 25, 2007 | Samsung Z540 Cellular Phone

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