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Have you already saved the GPRS Settings which was send by the service provider ? If not contact your particular customer care to send the configuration message for GPRS.We could not use internet without this settings.Thanks for visiting fixya
sir please call to the aircel simcard customer care and say the cellphone model number.and the phonenumber then they will send the gprs settings to your cellphone save the settings and switch off your cellphone and again switch on.then connect the data cable from phone to the computer for connecting the internet...........
Thats a pretty awkward error message your getting... You should talk to your carrier about the gprs services thing, but you can also try 'get settings' - from your carrier. To do this, go to start>settings>phone>services tab. Then select network service and tap get settings and select standard. If it is on home only, that might be your problem, even though I have never tried home only.
Setting up a wireless connection is easy. The Connection Manager searches for any wireless networks within range and displays their signal strength, and whether the networks are encrypted. The 770 supports both WEP and WPA encryption, so provided you know the network key, it can connect to any wireless network.
When it's out of range of a network, the Nokia can connect to your mobile phone using Bluetooth, letting you browse the Internet over GPRS.
Once you've exchanged Bluetooth passkeys with your phone, you have to manually enter your network provider's GPRS settings into the 770. This has the potential to be a real pain in the neck, but fortunately the 770's mobile settings wizard already knows GPRS settings for the major mobile networks, which takes much of the pain out of the process.
Loading Web pages over GPRS is far slower than over a wireless network, but it's quick enough to look up the occasional bit of information and certainly fast enough to send and receive e-mails.
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
Please note that when you want to use pocket (IE) browser of your PPC (pocket PC) phone; you need to ensure GPRS setting has been made in your phone.
For GPRS setting (Example: Airtel India network) please do the following steps.
Start --> settings --> Connections(tab) --> Connections(icon) --> under My ISP tap on "Add a new modem connection" --> enter connection name: airtel --> select a modem: Cellular Line (GPRS) --> access point name: airtelgprs.com --> leave blank on username, password & domain --> Finish.
If you are using different network (sim card) then you need to get "access point name" information from them.