I can't connect the GPRS on my Sony Ericsson P1i. I have put the IP address, Service Provider name as they send to me for activated GPRS at my mobile. So, Please suggest the best way that i can connect the GPRS at my mobile.
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The BlackBerry 7230 is capable
of surfing the Internet with the built in browser of the phone.
The BlackBerry 7230 comes fully equipped with a WAP browser, and additionally
an HTML browser for normal web page surfing.. including support for java
However, you need to have a data plan from your provider (T-Mobile, etc) and access the Internet through their network. Does not have Wi-Fi capability, which means that you cannot use a private network, such as home, wi-fi cafe, etc. to access the Internet.
<p>One of the most useful features of the iPod Touch is the
ability to use the Internet through a WiFi connection if you have a wireless
home network and within range of your router, you can access the Internet via
your iPod with ease. If you're in public, you can use the free wireless
internet businesses such as hotels, cafes and airports. If you are not in a
Wi-Fi zone, will warn you that your iPod will not be able to get online. When
this happens, then you need to move to an area that has Wi-Fi <br />
<p>1. Confirm your wireless connection is configured correctly
by checking if you can get online on your home computer. If your router is not
configured correctly, you will not be able to use their access to Wi-Fi with
your iPod. <br />
<p>2. Go to a place where you know Wi-Fi is available. In urban
areas, Wi-Fi is available in many businesses and families. Press the
"Settings" icon on your iPod, click on "Wi-Fi" to search
for available networks in the area. If there are none that appear, confirming
the Wi-Fi icon at the top of the page is set to "On" instead of
"Off". If no network can see, you're in an area where there is Wi-Fi
available. <br />
<p>3. Click the name of an available Wi-Fi network and enter
the correct password. Sometimes you may not be able to access the network,
because you do not have the password. While companies such as pubs and hotels
to their networks without protection for the enjoyment of their patrons are
usually password protected networks. <br />
<p>IPod touch not only offers a music library on the road. It
also has Internet capabilities. The iPod touch can connect to wireless internet
connection available and browse the web using the Safari browser included on
the device. Typically, Wi-Fi capabilities automatically. But if your iPod touch
wi-fi is off, or if you activate it, you can do it using the Settings window. <br />
<p>1. Touch the "Settings" icon on the main screen of
the iPod touch. <br />
<p>2. Touch the option marked "Wi-Fi." <br />
<p>3. Touch the "On" next to the setting marked
"Wi-Fi." <br />
<p>4. Tap a wireless network list to connect. <br />
You must have something like 'Start > Programs > Wireless Manager'. This manager is also launched if you have the 'Wireless' icon activated in your Today screen, and you tap over it.. There, you should find a button dedicated to toggling Wi-Fi on and off.
An alternative way is going to 'Start > Settings > Connections tab > Wi-Fi'. If you tap on 'Seach for Networks', the Wi-Fi radio will be turned on.
Anyway, once a Wireless network is detected, the encryption methods are usually already pre-filled. You'll be prompted to set the passphrase, if any, though.
Just my 2 cents...
<p>The iPod Touch, a portable music player comes with a range
of free applications already installed, and if you want more applications,
which are represented by icons on the home page of the device screen, you can
download from Apple's App Store. The device has a touch screen and connects to
the Internet via Wi-Fi, allowing you to access the App Store, find and search
for new applications and install it on your iPod <br />
<p>1. Press the "Home" button on the iPod touch. <br />
<p>2. Touch the "Settings" icon on the home screen
and tap "Wi-Fi." <br />
<p>3. Tap the Wi-Fi option to "On." Touch the
"Ask to Join Networks" option to "On." Go to within range
of a Wi-Fi hotspot, how your company or home network, a restaurant or a
library. The iPod Touch will automatically search for Wi-Fi hotspots invite.
Enter the password for Wi-Fi at the prompt, if necessary. <br />
<p>4. Press the "Home" to return to the home screen. <br />
<p>5. Tap "App Store" on the home screen to connect
to Apple's App Store. <br />
<p>6. Tap "Featured" when you want applications to
the App Store is to promote seen. Tap "Categories" to browse
applications by categories such as Education "Finance",
"and" Time. Search "Tap", "if you want to find apps,
then a word or phrase to type and then tap" Search. "The list of
applications displayed in search results. <br />
<p>7. Tap the name of an application that you want to know more
about and read the description and customer feedback. Tap the word
"Free" or price next to the application icon, then
"Install". Enter your Apple ID when prompted and the application
downloaded to your iPod touch. The application icon appears on the home screen.
<p>8. Press the "Home" button on the start screen.
Flick your finger to scroll right to the next screen if you downloaded app icon
on the first screen. Tap the application icon to start <br />
As far as I know, some N300 series PDAs have a built-in Wi-Fi card. If this is your case, gather your Wi-Fi router's (or the one you want to connect your PDA to) SSID and encryption informations, go to 'Start > Settings > Connections tab > Wi-Fi' and tap 'Search for Networks'. After a while, the available WLAN should appear on screen. Select yours, fill in the required informations, and, after a while it should get connected. Otherwise (i.e., if your PDA is not Wi-Fi enabled), you will still be able to connect to the internet whenever it is connected to your PC (which should be on-line, of course).
Anyway, if you happens to miss your device's user guide, feel free to download it from this location.
Just my 2 cents...
My name is sekhar, i have a wm smartphone of dopod c720w. i can opperate all tha fetures of it except wi-fi. i want to know how to connect internet on c720w via wi-fi with a wireless broadband modam wi-fi enable. i tryed it many times but i was failed. can any one help me? My mail id is firstname.lastname@example.org
It could be that your connection is ok but the cached files and cookies are corrupt.
Clean out the cookies and temp internet files in the temp folder or whatever your pda uses to clean itself of old files.