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How to Configure AT&T Q9H for T-Mobile USA

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Hello,

I acquired an AT&T Q9H and unlocked it.

-- Works for voice calls on T-Mobile using my T-Mobile USA SIM card.

-- But unfortunately...nothing else.

- Cannot get the Browser to work..

- Tried all the settings for "The Internet"...nothing works.

-Wondering if any root certificates of T-Mo have to be installed ?

- Any help from any one..?

Thanks

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Hello,

I acquired an AT&T Q9H and unlocked it.

-- Works for voice calls on T-Mobile using my T-Mobile USA SIM card.

-- But unfortunately...nothing else.

- Cannot get the Browser to work..

- Tried all the settings for "The Internet"...nothing works.

-Wondering if any root certificates of T-Mo have to be installed ?

- Any help from any one..?

Thanks

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GPS Hunter

Go to Settings --> Connections --> GPRS -->Delete all then add new:

Name it T-Mobile Internet

Connects to: Internet

Access Point: wap.voicestream.com

User Name: (blank)

Password: (blank)

Authentication Type: None

Primary DNS: 216.155.175.105

Secondary DNS: 216.155.175.106

IP Address: (blank)

Next ---->

Add another one:

Label it: T-Mobile WAP

Connects to: WAP Network

Access point: wap.voicestream.com

User name: (blank)

Password: (blank)

Authentication Type: None

Primary DNS: 0.0.0.0

Secondary DNS: 0.0.0.0

IP address: (blank)

Now go back out to Proxy section, then -->

Delete all.........

Add T-Mobile Proxy as name

Connects from: The Internet

Connects to Wap Network

Proxy (name:port): 216.155.165.50

Type: WAP

User name: (blank)

Password: (blank)

This is how I have my setup for T-mobile and I get total internet access. However, I have the 19.99 internet package added. Hope this helps!!!!!

Make sure the settings on both browsers are set to "the internet" and do not check "automatically detect settings."

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