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How to Use Make sure your phone can access the Internet via GPRS.
Go to 'Start->Settings->Connections->GPRS', you will see things like "O2 Internet", "Orange GPRS", "Orange WAP" or "Cingular MMS" etc. The Internet, GPRS and WAP ones are normally the connections you want to monitor.
Open the connections you want to monitor ("Menu/Edit" or simply press the "Action" key), make a note of their "Access Point" (e.g.Orangeinternet).
Launch Smartphone GPRS Traffic Monitor v3.51w, go to "Options".
In "Monitor Connections", you will see items like "RndisFn", "RNDISFN1", "WWAN1" and "WWAN1-xxxxx-1" etc. The "WWAN1-xxxxx-1" ones are what we want to look at, where "xxxxx" should be the name of those "Access Point" (e.g. WWAN1-Orangeinternet-1) and corresponds to the connections in step 2. Simply select/check the ones you want to monitor and press "Done".
"RNDISFN1" is the ActiveSync connection established between your PC and the phone. It can also be monitored if you want.
pls try to update ur system software other wisedo the following
first switch off ur phone and then do following
here it is
1. Press and hold soft1 and soft2 keys.
2. Press and hold power button for around 1 to 1.5 seconds. Release power button. Keep hold soft1 and soft2 keys.
3. Later, screen shoould show instructions to ask user to press '0' key to reset to factory default.
4. Press '0' within the timeout period, which is only several seconds only.
5. If no instruction is shown on the screen, repeat steps 1 to 4.
The timing is sensitive.
- power off your sp5m
- press the two soft keys with your thumbs i.e. (the left most key & the right most key just below the screen)
- press the the power button again for a second and leave it immediately. (donot unhold the soft keys) - a black screen will appear to confim that you you really want to hard reset everything - press 0
Generally, SIM cards carry the names of network providers. At times, a device may have the list of network provider "Nice Names" which correspond to the network provider's actual network display.
310-490 -> Suncom Wireless
If Suncom Wireless is not in the list defined by the SIM card or device, "310-490" will be displayed.