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sonborj

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Guys, does anyone know of an application which can check and count my GPRS usage on my XDA2? just like an IMEter on an SPV

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Hey sonborj,

there are several apps that can do that. One of the best is SPB GPRS Monitor.

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Also, does anyone know how I can disconnnect my gprs connection without having to turn on flight mode and then re-enter my phone pin?

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Press and hold the Red "End" key for about 3 seconds. This will drop your GPRS connection without using Flight Mode.

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If you tap on your signal strength meter on the status bar it will give you the option to connect/disconnect GPRS.

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look for a program called 'Ip Dashboard Network Monitor'.

http://www.hudsonmobile.com
http://www.pocketgear.com

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cadburys man

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Doesn't the Xda II come with SPB GPRS Monitor like the IIi does?

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