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Unhappy How to disable GPRS warning?

I have the Fuze version on at&t network. I've disabled 3G on AT&T's side so there is no way to connect through there.
Nevertheless, my phone ALWAYS tries to connect to the 3G network and i've disabled 3G connections using Nodata.cab, advancedconfig, diamondtweaks.

Still, the warning signs always come up:
"there is a problem connecting to the gprs service in your registered home network warning"

and this occurs, when I turn on the phone and many other times.

Is there a way to disable this warning? I know I cant connect, its because i disabled it!!!!
 
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anyone? it comes up like 50x a day andi have to click OK to make it go away every single time
 
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Have you unchecked the auto update setting for the weather program? Doing this worked for me.
 
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did that, but didnt fix the problem. anything else that can be auto updating or trying to contact the 3G network?
 
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Go to start -- settings -- connections -- connections --advanced -- select network.

Here I think you can change the defaults so that when ever a program tries to use internet it will either use wifi (if available) or nothing....

I have blocked the wireless internet access on all my lines and this is how I solved the problem of getting gprs disconnect warnings.

Hope this helps.
 
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Is it possible to just disable this warning?

I'm switching between my personal and business SIM cards quite often, and I have the data connection disabled on the business card, while on personal I have a data plan, so I want to be always-online.
Palm V -> Treo 650 > Eten M700 -> HTC Touch Pro -> HTC HD2 -> Samsung Galaxy Note
 
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I disabled aGPS and now i dont get the warning as much. (remember, i disabled GPRS from att side).

when i start my phone, i get 1 warning (i used to get 3?)

maybe i'm on the right track...
 
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But the point is not to disable features so they don't auto-connect to the Internet.

The point is for the OS to try to onnect automatically, but when it failes - it doesn't have to scream that to your face every 5 minutes.
Palm V -> Treo 650 > Eten M700 -> HTC Touch Pro -> HTC HD2 -> Samsung Galaxy Note
 
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I'm bumping this thread cause I did the same thing and want to know how to disable the message as well.
AT&T Fuze
NATF v2.3
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still no answer to this
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