Hai, I'm a HTC P3450 user.had lots of problems with the network compatibility. Especially GPRS with AIRTEL. The Airtel people say GPRS cant be activated on my mobile.. Someone have any solution? Do help me..firstname.lastname@example.org
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On Windows Mobile 6.x, the steps to configure are as follows:
1. Activate Airtel Live by sending the following SMS to 121: MASALA ACTIVE. 2. The service takes atleast 3-4 hours to get active. Restart the phone and resume configuring. 3. Tap Start -> Settings. 4. Select Connections Tab and tap Connections. 5. Select Advanced Tab, tap Select Networks button to bring up Network Management. 6. Under "Programs that automatically connect to the Internet should connect using:" drop down, tap the New button. 7. In the General Tab, type the name of the settings as Airtel Live 8. Select Modem tab, tap New... 9. Type the name of connection as Airtel Live, select the modem as Cellular Line (GPRS) and tap Next. 10. Type Access Point Name as airtelfun.com and tap next. 11. Leave username, password and domain blank and tap finish. 12. Select Proxy Settings tab. Tap "This network connects to the Internet". This should enable the next check box option. 13. Tap "This network uses a proxy server to connect to the Internet". 14. Type the proxy server as: 18.104.22.168 and then tap Advanced... 15. Tap HTTP, leave the server as 22.214.171.124 and change the port to 8080 16. Similarly tap WAP, Secure WAP and Socks, type the server as 126.96.36.199 but leave the port to defaults. These are optional settings. 17. Tap OK to close the Advanced proxy setup screen. 18. Tap OK to close the New connection screen. 19. The network management screen should now list the new connection you have created in the drop-down. Tap OK to close this screen 20. Tap OK to close the connection screen.
Now you are ready to fire your favourite browser. I have tested this on PIE as well as Opera 9.5 and it works for me.
If PIE reports "Request not authorized by the WAP Gateway", you will need to change the user-agent to anything you can think of using "Advanced Config" tool (thanks to dsixda for suggesting this). I had set it to HTCP3452_Mozilla/4.0 under Advanced Config -> Internet Explorer -> User Agent Custom Base.
I think Airtel has intentionally blocked Mozilla/4.0 user-agent on WM phones. It may be that they cannot restrict Windows Mobile based phones from accessing websites on standard HTTP. On other phones I had tried, I could not get other sites to work with the same settings.
first u insert sim and start the machine and wait for open and massage will come automatic seting for this network u sould do yes and wait it will configure automatic seting on device and after setting device will ask restart and done restart that u can use internet surfing on your device if you have GPRS connection from service provider other wise massage will come remote computer has end this programm.
i) if you want internet connection on your htc mobile try to contact airtel customer care they will provide full assistance. they will ask you to send an message to certain number and then u will get internet settings on to your htc mobile and from then you can start using internet on phone and as well you can connect your computer to mobile and start surfing internet on your computer also....
ii) dont mess it lift you mobile and dail to your airtel customer care ..............
After browsing a lot of sites and experimenting with the settings finally I was able to configure my HTC P3400i with Vodafone Live support without any help from the Vodafone customer care (who were very bad and rude when I called them for getting the setting). The settings is working fine for me in Bangalore. Hope this helps all who bought this phone and struggling for getting the GPRS setting for HTC P3400i.
Below is the step by step instruction: Step 1 Start->Settings->Connections->Tasks->Add a new modem connection:
Enter a name for the connection: <give any name>
Select a modem: Cellular Line(GPRS)
Acess point name: portalnmms
User name: <blank> Password: <blank> Domain:* <blank>
Go to Advanced->TCP/IP select radio button "Use server-assigned IP address"
Go to Advanced->Servers select radio buttion "Use server-assigned address"
Step3: Start->Settings->Connections->Advanced In "Select which networks are automatically used"-> click the Select Networks Programs that automatically connect to the Internet should connect using: Select the Connection name which you configured in Step 1
Programs that automatically connect to a private network should connect using: Select the Connection name which you configured in Step 1