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settings for UNLOCKED TG01 ALL NETWORKS

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HI ALL IF YOU WERE SMART AND YOU UNLOCKED YOUR TG01 FROM THAT ORANGE YOU MAY JUST NEED THE SETTING IVE PUT ON THE THIS THREAD.

HOPE IT HELPS !

O2 GPRS settings (WAP):

Note: Different settings for contract and PAYG (Pay as you go)

Homepage: http://wap.o2.co.uk/

Access point (contract): wap.o2.co.uk

Access point (PAYG): payandgo.o2.co.uk

Gateway (IP) address : 193.113.200.195

Username : o2wap (contract) / payandgo (PAYG)

Password: password

Session type: Continuous / permanent

Authentication: Normal

Security: Off

Port number: 8080

O2 GPRS settings (Mobile Web / Email):

Homepage: http://pda.o2.co.uk/

Access point: mobile.o2.co.uk

Username: mobileweb

Password: password

Session type: Continuous / permanent

Authentication: Normal

Security: Off

Email servers (POP): mail.o2.co.uk

Email servers (SMTP): smtp.o2.co.uk

DNS Servers: 193.113.200.200 and 193.113.200.201

Note: The "Mobile Web" service must be enabled for these settings to work.

* We've also been told of an alternative username of 'faster', with a password of 'password'

Vodafone GPRS settings (WAP) / Vodafone Live!:

Homepage: http://live.vodafone.com

Access Point (Contract): wap.vodafone.co.uk

Access Point (PAYG):Pp.vodafone.co.uk

Username: wap

Password: wap

Session type: Continuous / permanent

Authentication: Normal

Network type: Ipv4

Security: Off

Gateway (IP) address: 212.183.137.012

Port number: 8799

Vodafone GPRS settings (Email/Web):

Homepage: http://live.vodafone.com

Access Point (Contract): internet

Access Point (PAYG): pp.vodafone.co.uk

Username* : web

Password*: web

Session type: Continuous / permanent

Authentication: Normal

Security: Off

Email SMTP server: send.vodafone.net

Email SMTP server: smtp.vizzavi.co.uk

Alt email SMTP server: mail.vizzavi.co.uk

Alt email SMTP server: mail.vodafone.net

Alt email SMTP server: 212.183.156.229

Alt email SMTP server: 62.213.128.092

DNS Server: 212.183.137.012

T-MOB

Homepage: http://wap.t-mobile.co.uk/ or http://www.t-zones.co.uk/

Access Point: general.t-mobile.uk

Gateway (IP) address :149.254.1.10 (alt: 149.254.201.132)

Username : user (alt: wapuser)

Password: wap

Session type: Continuous / permanent

Port number: 8080 (alt: 9201)

Authentication: Normal

SMTP email server: smtp.t-email.co.uk

THREE 3

Homepage: http://mobile.three.co.uk/

Access Point (contract): three.co.uk

Username : guest

Password: guest

Authentication: Normal

TESCO

Homepage: http://wap.tesco-mobile.com/

Access Point (contract): prepay.tesco-mobile.com

Gateway (IP) address : 193.113.200.195

Username : tescowap

Password: password

Session type: Continuous / permanent

Port number: 9201

Authentication: Normal

VIRGIN

Homepage: http://www.virgin.com/mobile/wap/

Access Point (contract): goto.virginmobile.uk

Gateway (IP) address : 193.30.166.003

Port number: 8080

Username: user

Password: (leave blank)

Session type: Continuous / permanent

Authentication: Normal

BT MOBILE

Homepage: http://wap.btmw.net

Access Point: btmobile.bt.com

Gateway (IP) address : 212.183.137.12

Username : bt

Password: bt

Session type: Continuous / permanent

Port number: 8799 or 9201

Authentication: Normal

We also have the following settings:

Homepage: http://wap.btmw.net

Access Point: mobile.bt.uk

Gateway (IP) address : 149.254.201.132

Username : user

Password: wap

ASDA

ASDA GPRS settings (WAP) :

Homepage: http://www.asdamobile.com/wap

Access Point (Contract): asdamobiles.co.uk

Username: wap

Password: wap

Session type: Continuous / permanent

Authentication: Normal

Security: Off

Gateway (IP) address: 212.183.137.12

Port number: 8799

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Many thanks - a very useful reference :D

Regards,

Kevin

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I think you can just go to network settings, something like that and it automatically sets your phone to the specific network settings you have.

I did that with my o2 network and it automatically gave the settings.

Sagam

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I think you can just go to network settings, something like that and it automatically sets your phone to the specific network settings you have.

I did that with my o2 network and it automatically gave the settings.

Sagam

yes true when you pop your new sim card in it should 9 times out of ten load settings but when i put my three chip in it would not let me use mms untill i entered it maualy.

i was just adding it in case it happends to a orange escape lol.

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Finally unlocked my tg01 yesterday and im now back on my favourite network three. The only problem is I can't access mobile.three.co.uk I keep getting a dns error - hostname unavailable. Has anyone managed to get this working ? I can still access my three only its through the standard three.co.uk which uses more data so idealy im looking to get the mobile version of planet three working. any ideas ?

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Finally unlocked my tg01 yesterday and im now back on my favourite network three. The only problem is I can't access mobile.three.co.uk I keep getting a dns error - hostname unavailable. Has anyone managed to get this working ? I can still access my three only its through the standard three.co.uk which uses more data so idealy im looking to get the mobile version of planet three working. any ideas ?

a quick question were did you get your tg unlocked ? was it orange or a man down town ?

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I'm using Three & had an issue - it would only get a data connection when the phone had a 3G or H signal, but not when on GPRS.

I managed to fix it by going to Phone, selecting Menu, Options, Network & then set to manual. First use Find to Find Three UK, then use Set Networks & eventually it'll give you a big list of Networks. I had to deselect a whole bunch of foreign networks & then select Three UK.

Now it will data connect using GPRS...

Cheers,

Paul

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a quick question were did you get your tg unlocked ? was it orange or a man down town ?

I emailed this guy, sent £10 via paypal and 2 minutes later i had my code :-).

[email protected]

I'm using Three & had an issue - it would only get a data connection when the phone had a 3G or H signal, but not when on GPRS.

I managed to fix it by going to Phone, selecting Menu, Options, Network & then set to manual. First use Find to Find Three UK, then use Set Networks & eventually it'll give you a big list of Networks. I had to deselect a whole bunch of foreign networks & then select Three UK.

Now it will data connect using GPRS...

Cheers,

Paul

Will have to try that Paul - thanks.

But i havent noticed the data connection dropping at all, GPRS seems to work for me its just i cant access the mobile version of planet three :(.

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well on my tg01 when i used a BACKSTREET BLOKEY to unlock it it now say in internet mms --- spice PUNJAB INDIA --- AVION TURKY ????????

I DONT CARE IT,S NOT USING ANY EXTRA DATA ECT I AM TOLD IT IS TRICKING THE PHONE TO BELIVE IT,S IN IT,S OWN COUNTRY BUT WE ARE IN BLIGHTY ??

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