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I live in an area where cell phone service is nearly nonexistent, so I often turn the phone off to conserve battery life. When I turn the phone back on I get the following dialogs pictured here. What is the TyTN looking for? Is there a way to stop this dialog from coming up? My cell sevice here doesn't offer Direct Push service or any Data Connection. I have a standard GSM phone number and text messaging.

Thanks.

-Bob-

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Guest dolbe666
I live in an area where cell phone service is nearly nonexistent, so I often turn the phone off to conserve battery life. When I turn the phone back on I get the following dialogs pictured here. What is the TyTN looking for? Is there a way to stop this dialog from coming up? My cell sevice here doesn't offer Direct Push service or any Data Connection. I have a standard GSM phone number and text messaging.

Thanks.

-Bob-

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the phone auto configures your sim details including gsm and data connections when you put a sim in the phone. apparently the network wizard hasnt got your sim (network) in the database. so you will have to put them in manually. It says to contact your network provider to get the settings it cant fiind

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Guest rebecker
the phone auto configures your sim details including gsm and data connections when you put a sim in the phone. apparently the network wizard hasnt got your sim (network) in the database. so you will have to put them in manually. It says to contact your network provider to get the settings it cant fiind

;) :( :D :) :( :D :D :D

My network provider would be lucky to come up with my phone number! I think I'll just clear the screen like I've been doing up until now.

Thanks for your reply.

-Bob-

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Guest jimbouk

You could put in some dummy setings into the MY ISP section. As long as you don;t then open a data connection (such as internet explorer) on the phne, it won't bother you again.

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Guest dolbe666
You could put in some dummy setings into the MY ISP section. As long as you don;t then open a data connection (such as internet explorer) on the phne, it won't bother you again.

yep that will work also

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You can also go in to settings-->connection tab-->connection setup-->menu and uncheck the "enable auto configuration". I accidentally deleted the database out of my temp files when I was cooking a ROM for my wizard and was getting the same message.

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