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ooops! i stand corrected. :) thanks, elr. :( :D

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In connection with GPRS bills – does the [G] sign above the antenna icon indicates that GPRS still in use? I still see it even though IE is finished downloading the page. I turn Off/On the radio just to make sure GPRS is closed. Is that a good practice? Any other way to automate it?

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@neo168
i usually just press the end button to stop the data call...it's enough to make the small G on top of the antenna icon disappear. :wink:

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Hi Mr Carlo! Can i use the SAP (as a modem also) for my Palm (Tungsten T)? I used my T68i (before) and now T610. Kaso, prepaid ako dito sa T610 (globe), kaya medyo hindi ko na ginagamit. Hindi ko magamit ang SAP. Plan ako sa SMART, would you care to help me please on this... Thanks a lot!

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@matanglawin,
thanks man, yup the end button also respond to the data connection.

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Hi Mr Carlo!  Can i use the SAP (as a modem also) for my Palm (Tungsten T)?  I used my T68i (before) and now T610.  Kaso, prepaid ako dito sa T610 (globe), kaya medyo hindi ko na ginagamit.  Hindi ko magamit ang SAP. Plan ako sa SMART, would you care to help me please on this... Thanks a lot!


Well, you should be able to... it wuldn't hurt to try. Just follow the sequence I posted and the necessary string which has to be included in the setup.

I'm not sure if the standard drivers on the Palm will work with it though... but I do think it should.

Mabuhay! ~ Carlo

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this works....great work sir carlo!!!

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how about the strings for sun cellular?

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In settings, under data connections, I added a new connection named Office GPRS where I connect to a proxy server instead of directly to the internet . Then I left the Smart GPRS fields blank to test if my Office GPRS. It works. But I was wondering how I'm being charged by smart now that I'm not using their GPRS connection (or am I still??). Can someone please enlighten me?

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