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O2 GPRS & MMS settings

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Seeing as I did not install the O2 extended ROM I don't have any GPRS access (I've got the G icon saying that I'm in a GPRS area, but cannot connect). Does anybody have the setup cabs for this and MMS?

O2 where supposed to send me a text with the settings but have not recieved anything yet.

Thanks in advance.

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Seeing as I did not install the O2 extended ROM I don't have any GPRS access (I've got the G icon saying that I'm in a GPRS area, but cannot connect).  Does anybody have the setup cabs for this and MMS?

O2 where supposed to send me a text with the settings but have not recieved anything yet.

Thanks in advance.

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AS far as I know they cant send WM settings OTA, anyway I have attached the o2 contract settings.

Let me know how you get on.

rgds

Jim

O2_UK_Contract_JAM.CAB

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What do I have to do with the .cab file please ?

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Cheers.

I'm doing another hard reset, that cab has added o2 gprs settings,

and MMS it would seem, but it's also added "hotmail" to my messaging,

and is now continually connecting to GPRS.

The o2 MMSC settings that cab added for GPRS appear to be...

gateway: 193.113.200.195

port number: 9201

server: http://mmsc.mms.o2.co.uk:8002

Is there a cab file I can run to stop the on screen keyboard coming up all the time ?

It never did that with the limited o2 install. :evil:

and why is CAPS lock enabled whenever I go into Contacts ?

and where's task manager gone ?

Starting to think I should've left the o2 stuff on there.

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