martin

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About martin

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  • Birthday 04/24/1969

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    SPV C550, imate SP5
  1. SPV C550 IN THE UNITED STATES.

    What you could do is something like this. 1 load Smart Explorer from to the phone (or SD card) 2 Highlight a directory and the select File-Properties. This will give you the total memory usage for all files under that directory. 3 Enter a directory containing high memory usage (ignoring the main windows directory and SD card) 4 Check the files sizes 5 Check the sub-directory sizes. And so on until you trace either very large files or a high number of files taking up a lot of memory. It sound like you ringtones may be the problem. You could try transfering them to the My documents folder on the SD card but they won't be able to be used as specific ringtones in the contact data.
  2. SPV C550 IN THE UNITED STATES.

    The available phone storage memory of 2.92mb is a bit low. I would still go through all the directories on the phone memory and see what can be moved/deleted. There could be photo's, video's, programs etc that should be stored to SD card instead. Hopefully the MMS program will start working again when a specified amount of memory is available. It's best to keep all available phone (storage) memory free as many applications need to use that memory.
  3. SPV C550 IN THE UNITED STATES.

    You probably need to check your phone memory. Have you tried deleting unwanted programs, ringtones, homescreens, etc from the phone memory ? Also when deleting SMS or MMS messages you may need to go to options-folders and delete them again from the deleted-items folder.
  4. Also after deleting SMS or MMS messages, remember to go to 'Folders - Deleted Items' and delete them a second time to free up phone memory.
  5. The APN seems to be correct. Are you able to try the following in another GPRS phone to prove it works OK with your SIM ? Just make sure you enter general.t-mobile.uk and not general.t-mobile.co.uk Access point: general.t-mobile.uk User name: user Password: one2one Alternatively you could try password=wap and see if you get the same error. Access point: general.t-mobile.uk User name: user Password: wap I can't remember if you need to add the proxy server address with WAP on T-mobile. Proxy: 149.254.1.10
  6. Hi M4cch3 Is it a GSM Tri band phone ? GSM Quad band= GSM 850/900/1800/1900 GSM Tri band Europe= GSM 900/1800/1900 GSM Tri band USA= GSM 850/1800/1900 http://www.gsmworld.com/roaming/gsminfo/roa_grst.shtml Vodafone, TIM and Wind all transmit GSM 900 and GSM 1800 in their networks. If you have bought a Tri band USA phone then you will not have access to the GSM 900 signal so you could get poor coverage ;)
  7. Suncom USA

    Suncom, USA First add iNet GPRS service AND i-Link modem service to you account. GPRS internet Service Access point: internet User name: Password: GPRS WAP service Access point: mobileinternet User name: Password: WAP proxy server Proxy: 066.150.237.195 GPRS MMS service Access point: mms User name: Password: IP address: 066.150.033.115 Mmsc Address: http://mms.suncom.net:8088/mms
  8. Meditel, Morocco GPRS internet Service Access point: internet1.meditel.ma User name: intern1 Password: intern1 GPRS WAP service Access point: wap.meditel.ma User name: MEDIWAP Password: MEDIWAP WAP proxy server Proxy: 010.008.008.008 GPRS MMS service Access point: mms.meditel.ma User name: MEDIMMS Password: MEDIMMS IP address: 010.008.008.009 Mmsc Address: http://mms.meditel.ma:8088/mms
  9. Celtel, Kenya GPRS internet Service Access point: ke.celtel.com User name: Password: GPRS internet Service Access point: internet.ke.celtel.com User name: gprs Password: gprs GPRS WAP service Access point: wap.ke.celtel.com User name: wap Password: wap WAP proxy server Proxy: 172.030.008.050 GPRS MMS service Access point: mms.ke.celtel.com User name: mms Password: mms IP address: 172.030.008.050 Mmsc Address: http://mms.ke.celtel.com/servlets/mms
  10. Do you get the top centre G as displayed in this picture ? http://www.modaco.com/The-official-O2-XDA-...ad-t253183.html The top centre G indicates that GPRS is activated on your account and that you have successfully completed a GPRS attach to the SGSN (Serving GPRS support node) on phone startup. If the top centre G is active and you get connection fail then the problem is with the following. Access point: User name: Password: You could also try the username and password as blank. When you are successfully connected the small G next to the signal strength bar with stay active. If all APN's (+ associated username and password) fail then there could be a problem with the network so it might be worth asking customer services if there is a GPRS outage. Have you tried your SIM in another phone that already had GPRS working in the past ?
  11. spv 600

    Welcome Bekkay You can download an SPV C600 userguide from the Orange website HERE ;)
  12. Welcome mutua Do you have a top centre G displayed on the phone ? This states that you are GPRS attached. Delete all existing dialup, GPRS and proxy connections and then try the following setup which hopefully should work ;) Internet service over the GPRS network Settings-Data Connections Menu-Edit Connections GPRS connections Menu-Add Description: GPRS Internet Connects to: The Internet Access point: ke.celtel.com (or internet.ke.celtel.com) User name: internet Password: internet Primary DNS: Secondary DNS: IP address: In Settings - Data connections Internet Connection: Celtel Internet In Internet Explorer, Menu-Options-Connections Untick 'Auto detect settings' Set 'Select network: 'The Internet' WAP service over the GPRS network Settings-Data Connections Menu-Edit Connections GPRS connections Menu-Add Create GPRS connection. Description: Celtel WAP Connects to: The Internet Access point: wap.ke.celtel.com User name: wap Password: wap Primary DNS: Secondary DNS: IP address: Done Done Create Proxy connection Description: Celtel Proxy Connects from: The Internet Connects to: WAP network Proxy (name:port): 172.030.008.050:8080 Type: HTTP Username: Password: In Settings - Data connections WAP connection: Celtel WAP In Internet Explorer, Menu-Options-Connections Untick 'Auto detect settings' Set 'Select network: WAP network' MMS setup GPRS connection: Description: Celtel MMS Connects to: Secure WAP network Access point: mms.ke.celtel.com Username: mms Password: mms Primary DNS: 0.0.0.0 Secondary DNS: 0.0.0.0 I.P address: blank In Data connections make 'Secure WAP Network: GPRS MMS' Settings - Accessories - MMS setup First field: CeltelMMS IP: 172.030.008.050 Port: 9201 Mmsc Address: http://mms.ke.celtel.com/servlets/mms
  13. Millionaire

    There's a smartphone specific (JAVA) version of Millionaire available to buy on Orange World. It works on my SPV C550 and imate SP5. The game was created by Glu.
  14. Phone Settings Repository

    Hi Gizmio This link should allow you to setup VF ireland using either GPRS internet or GPRS wap. http://www.modaco.com/MS-smartphone-setup-t201047.html The actual MMS application might be stored somewhere else on your phone.
  15. plzzzz martin im really in need of ur help

    I think I have also found GPRS internet although you might need to be subscribed to this. Settings-Data Connections Menu-Edit Connections GPRS connections Menu-Add Description: GPRS Internet Connects to: The Internet Access point: internet1.meditel.ma User name: intern1 Password: intern1 Primary DNS: Secondary DNS: IP address: In Settings - Data connections Internet Connection: GPRS Internet In Internet Explorer, Menu-Options-Connections Untick 'Auto detect settings' Set 'Select network: 'The Internet'

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