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Which sim slots works? Or is it only one sim card that works?
If it's only the sim card, check with your wireless provider, it could a conflict between the phones technology and the band that your service provider use. If it's the sims slot then try going to sim profile and enable both sim, for starter. You don't state whether your phone is a quadband or a triband.
After further research into the phone, I have discovered that it does not support any 3G network and as vodafone and O2 in Ireland are now 3G networks, neither the I9 or the I68+ will work on these networks. They only support 2G networks(GSM). Will work with Meteor Irl but this network is in the process of changing to 3G so these chinese phones will soon be useless in the Republic of Ireland.
Since CECT P168 is china mobile you have to get the internet settings done from your near service provider centre(vodafone mobile store if vodafone).
'gprs not subscribed': it specifies that you have gprs actviated on your sim but you dont have right internet settings on your mobile or china mobile.
so in order to get internet setting take your mobile to the nearest service provide centre(for eg; vodafone mobile store) they will make some internet settings on your mobile and from then you can use your internet, but make sure that you min balance in mobile to surf internet.....
in the case of branded mobiles(like nokia, samsung,......) it is just enough to send a msg from ur mobile and get internet settings on our mobiles but this is not in case of china mobile(you have to go the nearest centre and get it done.........)
let me give u an example, if you have an nokia, by sending a message to your service provider(vodafone..,.) you will get gprs setting and you can use internet from then but,
in case of china mobile it is not the case, you cant send any msg from ur mobile(as u do in case of branded mobiles) so, you have to got nearest centre of service provider(vodafone mobile store, if vodafone) and they will make some settings in your phone , immedately they will activate gprs on your phone(otherwise ask them to activate gprs then and there itself)
then you will be able to surf internet on your mobile .........
For the frame rate you would have to try to recode the video (unencode, re-encode) as several software "codecs" can't handle variable bit rate mp4 files. There are hundreds of software out there that do this, the best ones being paid software. WINFF, WinAVIvdeoConverter, mediacoder, SUPER etc
Without knowing your country/network - we can't help with the settings. Have you tried vodafone's site (e.g. for australia http://wireless.vodafone.com.au/OTAServlet) they have a list of settings for each mobile device the network supports. You could try one of those settings for your phone (if in australia).