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GO TO MAIN MENU
TOOLS->SETTINGS->CONNECTIVITY->INTERNET SETTINGS ->INTERNET PROFIL->NEW PROFILE:
NAME : Aircel Online
User Name :Blank
Use preferred Access Point :No
Open Access Point Setting
Proxy address :blank
Then Disabled the proxy again
Data Bearer : Packet Data
Access point Name
aircelgprs.pr (Prepaid) don't give space between letters
Shravs hello, It seems that the mobile internet settings for your cellphone aren't configured correctly. Please call your service provider, and ask them to send you via SMS (that is possible) the correct settings.
Palkin - go to the sony ericsson website, and to the downloads section, where you will find the mobile software for your phone. It is needed for the PC first, not your mobile phone: http://www.sonyericsson.com/cws/support/softwaredownloads?cc=us&lc=en
Yes, you will need to send a text to your operator (O2, Orange, Vodafone, T-Mobile etc.) to get your MMS and other settings.
You should be able to obtain the number from the operator's website by searching for "Get Settings".
If you want to use th built in email client you need an internet access package from your mobile operator that allows normal internet access (sockets) and not wap access. If you do have a package that allows sockets (POP3 mailbox acess) then you can get the phone settings or from your operator or from the Sony Ericsson support site (where you will have to fill in a few details). Good luck!
If the data-cable is connected to the phone, then it "locks out" access from the phones interface to your memory card.
If you unplug your phone and search the phone, i believe you should be able to see them.
If the music files you transferred to the phone are in the format .WMA the phone cannot play them. They need to be something like .AAC or .MP3, as the native Windows WMA-format is not supported by the W810i.
If the problem persists try updating your phones software using the SE-Software updater.