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O2 and C500

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I have just received a C500 from Orange. I have unlocked it and now have my O2 sim working in it. However does anyone have all the correct settings for O2 such as GPRS,WAP,MMS. I have used the ones I have found on the web but still can't get MMS and Internet Explorer to work.

Any help greatly appreciated.

Thanks

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Im in the same boat as you, ive put the settings in that i got from coolsmartphon -> http://www.coolsmartphone.com/index.php?op...temid=3&topid=5 but i cant get it to work yet, anyone with their C500 working on O2 lend a hand?

One more thing in Data connections -> menu -> edit connections -> GPRS connections

there is Orange GPRS/MMS/WAP each only contain connect to information and an access point. When configuring settings from coolsmartphone it doesn't suggest similar settings for O2 only a GPRS profile that contains IP addresses and the likes.

Anyone know the purpose of these 3 Orange profiles that contain only a little infomration in each

Dave

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All sorts of settings and what they mean can be found here.

HTH ^_^

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I have tried the settings from most websites including the one you have linked to. However either I am doing something wrong or it just doesn't work. I have even deleted all of the Orange data connections just in case of a conflict. I have also heard that the SPV range cannot receive MMS messages. It can send on O2 but cannot receive. Is this correct.

So if anyone has all the settings for the C500 O2 Contract (not Pay as you go) that actually work could they please let me have them and I will be a very happy chappy.

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Yeah ive also tried all those sites, im gonna have another go at it today though and see how it goes

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Let me know how you get on as I have tried many times now and can't get it to work. Managed to get it all working on my E200 except for MMS but not on the C500. Don't know what I am doing wrong.

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sbsdegb1

I have sent you a PM. I don't know if it will help or not ^_^

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Could that PM also possible help me? :wink:

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sbsdegb1

I have sent you a PM. I don't know if it will help or not  ^_^

Martin

You are a star. That worked a treat. Now have internet access via GPRS and the mms I had received has now be downloaded.

Thanks a million.

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Glad to help ^_^

Posted from my SmartPhone!

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Glad to help ^_^

Posted from my SmartPhone!

Then why not post settings / stepby step guide here to help others?

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Then why not post settings / stepby step guide here to help others?

Because I wasn't too sure if it would work or not. There can be many issues other than the phone settings so it's easier to test by PM.

Unfortunately there still seems to be a problem with prepaid but I'm trying to find out why before posting.

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If anyone wants the settings Martin sent me then let me know and I will PM then. I am sure Martin will post them once he has sorted out the issues with prepaid.

Once again thanks Martin.

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I received my C500 yesterday and am on O2. If you could PM the settings Martin gave you I would be most gratefull.

Thanks

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Here ya go :lol:

Contract

1) Start>Settings>Data Connections>Menu>Edit Connections

Dialup connection:

Description: O2 CSD WAP

Connects to: The internet

Phone number: +447712927927

User name: o2web

Password: password

Domain: blank

Proxy connection:

Description: O2 WAP proxy

Connects from: The Internet

Connects to: Wap Network

Proxy(name:port): 193.113.200.195:8080

Type: HTTP

Username:

Password:

GPRS Connection:

Description: O2 Internet

Connects to: The Internet

Access point: mobile.o2.co.uk

Username: o2web

Password: password

Primary DNS: 0.0.0.0

Secondary DNS: 0.0.0.0

I.P address: blank

GPRS connection:

Description: O2 GPRS WAP

Connects to: The internet

Access point: wap.o2.co.uk

Username: o2wap

Password: password

Primary DNS: 0.0.0.0

Secondary DNS: 0.0.0.0

I.P address: blank

GPRS connection:

Description: O2 MMS

Connects to: Secure WAP network

Access point: wap.o2.co.uk

Username: o2wap

Password: password

Primary DNS: 0.0.0.0

Secondary DNS: 0.0.0.0

I.P address: blank

In the main data connections menu.

Internet connection: O2 Internet

Work connection : Automatic

WAP connection: O2 GPRS WAP

Secure wap connection: O2 MMS

Start>Messaging>Media Messages>Menu>Options>Account Setup>Media Messages

Menu- Edit connections - Menu- Add

Server: O2 MMS

Download Messsages: automatically

Outgoing message size: less than 100kb

Allowed message types: personal

Menu>Edit connections

Description: O2 MMS

MMSC Address: http://mmsc.mms.o2.co.uk:8002

Data Connection: Secure WAP network

Gateway: WAP 1.0 Gateway

I.P Address: 193.113.200.195

Port: 9201

In Internet explorer, Menu-Options-Connections

Untick 'automatically detect settings'

Make 'Select network: The Internet' or 'Select Network: WAP network'.

O2 PAYG

1) Start>Settings>Data Connections>Menu>Edit Connections

Dialup connection:

Description: O2 CSD WAP

Connects to: The internet

Phone number: +447712927927

User name: o2wap

Password: password

Domain: blank

Proxy connection:

Description: O2 WAP proxy

Connects from: The Internet

Connects to: Wap Network

Proxy(name:port): 193.113.200.195:8080

Type: HTTP

Username:

Password:

GPRS Connection:

Description: O2 GPRS Wap

Connects to: The Internet

Access point: payandgo.o2.co.uk

Username: payandgo

Password: password

Primary DNS: 0.0.0.0

Secondary DNS: 0.0.0.0

I.P address: blank

GPRS connection:

Description: O2 MMS

Connects to: Secure WAP network

Access point: payandgo.o2.co.uk

Username: payandgo

Password: password

Primary DNS: 0.0.0.0

Secondary DNS: 0.0.0.0

I.P address: blank

In the main data connections menu.

Internet connection: O2 CSD WAP

Work connection : Automatic

WAP connection: O2 GPRS WAP

Secure wap connection: O2 MMS

Start>Messaging>Media Messages>Menu>Options>Account Setup>Media Messages

Menu- Edit connections - Menu- Add

Server: O2 MMS

Download Messsages: automatically

Outgoing message size: less than 100kb

Allowed message types: personal

Menu>Edit connections

Description: O2 MMS

MMSC Address: http://mmsc.mms.o2.co.uk:8002

Data Connection: Secure WAP network

Gateway: WAP 1.0 Gateway

I.P Address: 193.113.200.195

Port: 9201

In Internet explorer, Menu-Options-Connections

Untick 'automatically detect settings'

Make 'Select network: Wap network' (for WAP over GPRS) or 'Select Network: The internet' (for WAP over CSD).

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Thanks Martin, all is working now.

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David5093 - would be great but you have to have an i-mate to sign up. They won't let you join with a C500 which is what most people in the UK will have :lol:

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hmmm i have a C500 and was able to get on that site no probs didn't realise they are now restricting it

i still have the .cab for O2 PAYG if anyone is interested

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Hmmm I can receive MMS but can't send them. Currently working in Canada so don't know if its because I am over here.

Can anyone verify that the settings Martin posted allow to send MMS on O2 and not just receive.

Thanks

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David5093

can you PM me for O2 setting of my moby SPV C500 pls

i've keep try sent MMS and Wap

cant access both of them :lol:

but its worked fine with SMS that is all

do u still have the .cab for O2 PAYG ?

Cheers

RabNeo

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Hi , I have the same problem,tried every setting I can think of to get GPRS or dial up to work with no luck,any help would be great

There are several split data parts with this phone and also a set up in MMS.

I have removed all the orange settings to hopefully remove any conflicys?

Best regatds

Shanks

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thank you so much,

all working now!!!!!!!

Any idea how to install simple tunes program as the wonderful Windows 2003 wont accept it, somthing about authentication?

Regards

Shanks

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Brilliant, thanks so much, all working now

regards

Shanks

Here ya go  :lol:  

Contract

1) Start>Settings>Data Connections>Menu>Edit Connections  

Dialup connection:  

Description: O2 CSD WAP  

Connects to: The internet  

Phone number: +447712927927  

User name: o2web  

Password: password  

Domain: blank  

Proxy connection:  

Description: O2 WAP proxy

Connects from: The Internet  

Connects to: Wap Network  

Proxy(name:port): 193.113.200.195:8080  

Type: HTTP  

Username:  

Password:  

GPRS Connection:  

Description: O2 Internet  

Connects to: The Internet  

Access point: mobile.o2.co.uk  

Username: o2web  

Password: password  

Primary DNS: 0.0.0.0  

Secondary DNS: 0.0.0.0  

I.P address: blank  

GPRS connection:  

Description: O2 GPRS WAP  

Connects to: The internet  

Access point: wap.o2.co.uk  

Username: o2wap  

Password: password  

Primary DNS: 0.0.0.0  

Secondary DNS: 0.0.0.0  

I.P address: blank  

GPRS connection:  

Description: O2 MMS  

Connects to: MMS Network (or Work)

Access point: wap.o2.co.uk  

Username: o2wap  

Password: password  

Primary DNS: 0.0.0.0  

Secondary DNS: 0.0.0.0  

I.P address: blank  

In the main data connections menu.  

Internet connection: O2 Internet  

Work connection : Automatic  

WAP connection: O2 GPRS WAP  

Secure wap connection: Automatic  

Start>Messaging>Media Messages>Menu>Options>Account Setup>Media Messages

Menu- Edit connections - Menu- Add  

Server: O2 MMS  

Download Messsages: automatically  

Outgoing message size: less than 100kb  

Allowed message types: personal  

Menu>Edit connections  

Description: O2 MMS  

MMSC Address: http://mmsc.mms.o2.co.uk:8002  

Data Connection: MMS network  

Gateway: WAP 1.0 Gateway  

I.P Address: 193.113.200.195  

Port: 9201  

In Internet explorer, Menu-Options-Connections  

Untick 'automatically detect settings'  

Make 'Select network: The Internet' or 'Select Network: WAP network'.  

O2 PAYG

1) Start>Settings>Data Connections>Menu>Edit Connections  

Dialup connection:  

Description: O2 CSD WAP  

Connects to: The internet  

Phone number: +447712927927  

User name: o2wap  

Password: password  

Domain: blank  

Proxy connection:  

Description: O2 WAP proxy  

Connects from: The Internet  

Connects to: Wap Network  

Proxy(name:port): 193.113.200.195:8080  

Type: HTTP  

Username:  

Password:  

GPRS Connection:  

Description: O2 GPRS Wap  

Connects to: The Internet  

Access point: payandgo.o2.co.uk  

Username: payandgo  

Password: password  

Primary DNS: 0.0.0.0  

Secondary DNS: 0.0.0.0  

I.P address: blank  

GPRS connection:  

Description: O2 MMS  

Connects to: MMS Network (or Work)

Access point: payandgo.o2.co.uk  

Username: payandgo  

Password: password  

Primary DNS: 0.0.0.0  

Secondary DNS: 0.0.0.0  

I.P address: blank  

In the main data connections menu.  

Internet connection: O2 CSD WAP  

Work connection : Automatic  

WAP connection: O2 GPRS WAP  

Secure wap connection: Automatic  

Start>Messaging>Media Messages>Menu>Options>Account Setup>Media Messages  

Menu- Edit connections - Menu- Add

Server: O2 MMS  

Download Messsages: automatically  

Outgoing message size: less than 100kb  

Allowed message types: personal  

Menu>Edit connections  

Description: O2 MMS

MMSC Address: http://mmsc.mms.o2.co.uk:8002  

Data Connection: MMS connection  

Gateway: WAP 1.0 Gateway  

I.P Address: 193.113.200.195  

Port: 9201  

In Internet explorer, Menu-Options-Connections  

Untick 'automatically detect settings'  

Make 'Select network: Wap network' (for WAP over GPRS) or 'Select Network: The internet' (for WAP over CSD).

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wish theyd hurry up with the sp3i

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