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There is a problem connecting to the gprs service in your registered home network

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Check for the GPRS settings in your phone... it will not connect if there is no settings. Contact your service provider or customer care for GPRS setting. they will send you the setting once you request them. save it and try again .. it will work..
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Go to settings and activate your wifi and say search networks. It gives a list of available networks. Select the network which you normally use and tap on it. you will get instantly connected. if you are connecting for the first time to a secure network click on the network . In the configure wireless network Connects to should have the option the internet. Then click next. It Authentication you need to enter the password needed to connect to the wifi router.Then click next & finish


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SOURCE: my phone keeps saying there is aproblem connecting

All phones need APN setting to make them work for gprs or data functions.
You can find the settings from your network operator and then you can follow this video guide on how to enter APN settings in any HTC phone.
This is a tutorial on how to add APN settings to HTC phones for your network providers. Example phone used is a HTC Hero but process is same for all HTC models.
APN and Data Settings Change for HTC Phones

  1. Go to settings -> wireless controls
  2. Go to Mobile Networks -> Access Point Names
  3. Click Menu and select New APN
  4. All you need to add for most networks is just the APN setting which can be obtained from your simcards network provider
  5. Press Menu and Save
  6. You are ready and have configured data connection settings.
Enjoy your HTC phones unlocked for Voice and Data for any network. see video below


Posted on May 17, 2010

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Hi jovie_ceniza,

Select Menu > Settings > Connectivity > Packet data >
Packet data connection. Select Always online to set the
phone to automatically register to a GPRS network when
you switch the phone on. Select When needed, and the
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