orange gprs xda
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Subject: orange gprs xda
Date: 10 Jan, 2003 15:53:03
any one got gprs working through orange on their xda or know how
to get gprs working.
Subject: what version/country?
Date: 10 Jan, 2003 15:58:03
Please let us know in what country you got an orange xda, and
what wince and gsm version numbers you have (and what language
your wince is in). Some older gsm roms didn't support gprs
Date: 10 Jan, 2003 16:49:27
just spoke to orange and they r saying no way. my xda was on o2
but had it unlocked to orange I am using ppc 2002 rom version
Date: 10 Jan, 2003 16:54:07
and it was 02 uk version - I personally dont think it is
possible because orange wont activate gprs on handsets that dont
belong to them. but does anyone know of a service provider you
can subscribe to who will charge you per minute usage
Date: 10 Jan, 2003 17:54:09
Just adding my comment
I brought my O2 XDA in Singpore (running 3.14.17 ENG) over New
Year whilst on Honeymoon. They told me it would work on any
network in the UK.
I hadn't done to much research on this anf took the retailers
advise as read!
Anyway back here in the UK I pluged in my Vodafoen SIM, gave
Vodafone a call told them Santa Claus brought me a PDA (didn't
say XDA!!!) and asked if they could be so kind to open GPRS
on my SIM, they did this and I'm was up and working. I'm on
there GPRS1 tarif which is £7.49 for 1Mbo then £0.00.5p (half a
penny) per KBo there after (£5.00Mbo)
I am having problems with GPRS 'always on' but as my SIM card is
2 years old I'm waiting on a new SIM from Vodafone which again
they were happy to supply.
I think XDA is a dirty to Vodafone, Orange etc as they don't
sell they, I have heard that O2 have lost the exclusive rights
with HTC so maybe other providers will offer them
Subject: Orange France
Date: 10 Jan, 2003 18:38:49
I am french, an i use gprs without any problem.
Is very easy to configure Wap/GPRS or PDA/GPRS.
user : wap.orange.fr
pass : orange
proxy : 192.168.10.100 port 9201
socks5 : login orange pass orange
apn : orange
gprs keep on suspend mode
gprs authentification pap
dns 1 : 184.108.40.206
dns 2 : 220.127.116.11
The speed in gprs/wap was up to 71Kbit/s (GprsMonitor)
ROM Version 3.12.07 ENG
Radio Version 4.06
Protocol Version 32S54
If you need a french user, translator, or beta tester.
Date: 10 Jan, 2003 21:12:57
I personally think someone or company should set up a pay as you
go gprs service. ie you pay a different company than your phone
company for the gprs service. the plus points could be a cheaper
and more dedicated service and it helps all those people with
pda's and phones which are not exclusive to our vendor.
does anyone know about such a service