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Guest grahame30

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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Guest sagam12

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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Guest grahame30
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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Guest drkdeath5000

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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Guest grahame30
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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Guest the-bunker

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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Guest drkdeath5000
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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I emailed this guy, sent £10 via paypal and 2 minutes later i had my code :-).

[email protected]

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 :(.

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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