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By davidandrews, Member on 6th February 2004, 10:29 AM
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HI There
(first XDA, with last upgrade from o2 site)
I am in UK, on O2 and have several pop3 accounts configured
I am wanting to keep GPRS connected whilst i check each account
but after checking one account it disconnects, and I have to redial as I move through each individual account

Where is the setting to Keep my XDA GPRS connected as I cycle through each pop3 account?.

Also anyone know of a better pop3 email software which handles better than the one it comes with?

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6th February 2004, 08:33 PM |#2  
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Re: How do I keep GPRS connected
Helou, in registry change or add the key [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\ConnMgr\Plan ner\Settings]
"SuspendResume"="~GPRS!"

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6th February 2004, 10:28 PM |#3  
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Georg,
How do you get into the registry to do this? Do you have to do a hard reset in conjunction with this?
6th February 2004, 10:36 PM |#4  
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Georg,
How do you get into the registry to do this? Do you have to do a hard reset in conjunction with this?

No hard reset - only on/off radio
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7th February 2004, 01:09 AM |#5  
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Georg,
This is un-chartered waters for me. I could easily wreck the ship.
I downloaded the file and unzipped it. Now what do I do?
If you feel that only someone with good technical ability should try this approach please tell me. Otherwise I could try the hard reset approach suggested by others in another thread. I understand that one, but this approach I do not. I'm an Engineer, but I fix buildings and structures not PPCs.
What I do like about your fix is that it sounds as if I will not have to reload all my applications after I complete the tasks, and this is attractive to me.
What do I do with your download? How do I set radio on/off? Could you provide me detailed instructions? Sorry if this is a bother, and if I'm being unreasonable just let me know.
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7th February 2004, 01:28 AM |#6  
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Georg,
This is un-chartered waters for me. I could easily wreck the ship.
I downloaded the file and unzipped it. Now what do I do?
If you feel that only someone with good technical ability should try this approach please tell me. Otherwise I could try the hard reset approach suggested by others in another thread. I understand that one, but this approach I do not. I'm an Engineer, but I fix buildings and structures not PPCs.
What I do like about your fix is that it sounds as if I will not have to reload all my applications after I complete the tasks, and this is attractive to me.
What do I do with your download? How do I set radio on/off? Could you provide me detailed instructions? Sorry if this is a bother, and if I'm being unreasonable just let me know.
Ed

Sorry, my english is poor for this.
7th February 2004, 01:39 AM |#7  
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What language do you speak?
7th February 2004, 01:57 AM |#8  
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What language do you speak?

Czech language.
7th February 2004, 09:31 AM |#9  
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Thanks - but what does this do?
HI There
Thanks for your reply/help!

But how does this "fix" work (ie, what will it do once I have installed it)

is it a design fault on the XDA the fact that GPRS won't disconnect?

Thanks
7th February 2004, 11:13 AM |#10  
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Re: Thanks - but what does this do?
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Originally Posted by davidandrews

HI There
Thanks for your reply/help!

But how does this "fix" work (ie, what will it do once I have installed it)

is it a design fault on the XDA the fact that GPRS won't disconnect?

Thanks

Is it quality setting, it is not error.

XDA1 always be GPRS up
XDA2 is only sometimes GPRS up (according to operator)

Here be more accurate setting.
( Englishment by the help of PC Translator )

More accurately setting succeed

When
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\ConnMgr\Plan ner\Settings] "SuspendResume"="~GPRS!"

Then
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\ControlPanel\Phone]
"Flags2"=dword:00000000 = no button disconect in buble con.
"Flags2"=dword:00000008 = button disconect on buble con.
"Flags2"=dword:00000010 = button disconect and time con. on buble conection (hex)

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ControlPanel\PhoneExtendFunction]
"NoGPRSAutoAttach"=dword:00000001 = search GPRS on con.
"NoGPRSAutoAttach"=dword:00000000 = search GPRS on radio on

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7th February 2004, 06:04 PM |#11  
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David,
What ROM are you using on your device?
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