dated before January 19th 2003
Subject: Anyone using XDA in Italy ?
Date: 10 Jan, 2003 17:46:13
I would like to know if anyone had successful GPRS
connections using XDA with a TIM card in Italy.
Thanks in advance,
Subject: Hi rick!
Date: 10 Jan, 2003 17:51:12
Hi Rick i'm an italian customer
I'd like to buy one XDA devices
Please if possible write me in e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: I don't sell XDA's!
Date: 10 Jan, 2003 18:10:33
As the subject says.
I am only a proud owner (unlocked by O2)
Subject: I don't buy from you!
Date: 13 Jan, 2003 02:05:29
As the subject says.
I would want to ask one info by mail (in italian)
Subject: Xda with GPRS in Italy
Date: 13 Jan, 2003 14:00:37
I have an O2 locked xda. Tried it with TIM and Omnitel in
Italy. My xda recognised a GPRS network (with one of the two
operators, can't remember which) but could not connect via GPRS,
had to resort to GSM.
You can buy an xda from O2 Germany which I think (you will need
to check) is not SIM locked. Visit
Date: 13 Jan, 2003 15:27:56
please ask your question here, I'm sure others will be
my O2 is unlocked, but nonetheless it wouldn't work.
Your situation is different because you are roaming when
Subject: Let me know.....
Date: 14 Jan, 2003 01:28:42
A locked xda can accept sim from omnitel, tim or wind in GSM
Let me know...
Subject: sim lock
Date: 14 Jan, 2003 11:01:41
Of course no, a locked XDA is, as the name implies,
locked to the O2 network.
Subject: So an unlocked one....
Date: 14 Jan, 2003 23:13:26
It has been a very very bad surprise for to discover that
Fujitzu-Siemens will not commercialize the phone module for my
Loox....so I'm going to look for something else...
What do you think about the XDA O2 in Italy?
Is it a good phone and a good PDA?
Or is better to wait for the new Samsung or Hitachi?
Subject: XDA LATEST.64MB RAM.ON EBAY.
Date: 15 Jan, 2003 20:45:40
Please see my adverts on Ebay for
***UNLOCKED*** XDA LATEST.64MB RAM.ON EBAY. for sale.
Date: 15 Jan, 2003 22:14:26
can you ship your xda in Italy...in Rome?
Let me know...
Subject: mda and converted xda in italy
Date: 16 Jan, 2003 12:05:18
we use mdas, which do work with gprs in italy.
we also purchased an unlocked xda for use in austria. which at
first did not work with the
biggest provider here (A1 Mobilkom). they found some network
settings they could tweak
and the xda now works with their gprs.
the xda (gprs) always worked with ONE (no changes required)
before A1 found which settings to adapt, we gave our xda to
t-mobile and they somehow
flashed the phone-rom so it would work in the t-mobile gprs net
(thus also in italy).
so it boils down to the following:
** either the provider allows the xda access to its gprs network
up front (like ONE in austria)
** or the provider is willing to change settings (like A1
** or you flash your xda to make it and mda and use a t-mobile
network (11 countries at present)
Subject: XDA works with GPRS in Italy..
Date: 17 Jan, 2003 09:49:43
... but you need ROM 3.14!
I upgraded from 3.02 et voila' - new utilities to set
GPRS authentication (PAP vs CHAP), and now it works
BTW italian provider TIM requires PAP...
Subject: XDA in ITALY Sim free
Date: 17 Jan, 2003 13:38:02
This message is for the people lives in Italy.
I bought the XDA Sim Free from England.
It work well with my OMNITEL sim.
If somebody would like buy it, that is the site I bought:
Take it easy men....
Subject: how much is tje price?
Date: 18 Jan, 2003 19:03:29
thank you for posting your link.....
How much is the price for the unlocked one?
Subject: xda in Italy
Date: 19 Jan, 2003 01:31:13
I'm using a new unlocked xda on WIND in Rome. Phone works fine
but can't get the gprs to work.
The settings seem to keep adjusting the baud rate down to 19200
I've added the code string provided by WIND customer support but
to no avail.
All other settings I've adapted from their online manual linking
an iPaq 3870 to gprs with an T68i.
Support with WIND are unfamiliar with the xda device.
The failure message reads "Unable to connect for an unknown
I'd be glad of any help if anyone's cracked it!