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GPRS setting in my Qtek 1020 PDA Phone

I have a small problem. Just this morning all my settings and data in my Qtek 1020 PDA phone got lost, including my GPRS settings. Now, I can't log into GPRS. My connection is BPL mobile. I have set the proxy server setting to "". But when I am selecting "Connect to GPRS", the system is giving a message that no answer is available from the modem. Please help me to set up my GPRS settings properly. My name is Aniruddha Roy. I can be contacted in my no. 09324824220 / [email protected]

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In connections, create a new connection

my isp>add a new modem conn>connection name (whatever)>modem : cellular line(gprs)>access point : (case sensitive)>user name: bplmobile>password: blank>advanced>servers> use specific server : DNS:> alter DNS : >OK

good luck

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