Mobile Internet on PDA

In previous articles, we talked about how to connect PDAs based on Palm OS and Pocket PC to the Internet. This time we decided to talk about GPRS settings in smartphones on three different platforms: Windows Smartphone (O2 Xphone and clones; Motorola MPx200, MPx220), Symbian UIQ (Sony Ericsson P800, P900) and Symbian Series 60 (Nokia 6600, 3650, 3660,N-gage Siemens SX1).

The ubiquitous Microsoft decided to break into the smartphone market and developed its own version of the operating system for this type of device, which it simply called Windows Smartphone. We have in our hands an O2 Xphone smartphone based on Windows Mobile 2003 for Smartphone. Here are the settings for smartphones based on this OS:

1. We go to the main menu "Start". And we find the item "Settings".

2. In the "Settings" section, look for the item "Data Connections".

3. In the "Internet connection" line, select "GPRS", press the menu button and in the window that appears, select the "Edit Connections" item and get into the "Connections" section.

4. Select the "GPRS Connections" item, press the "Done" button, go to the next menu, select "GPRS" and click "Done".

5. In the "GPRS" menu, in the "Connects to" item, select "The Internet". Next, fill in the Access point, User name and Password.

6. DNS and IP addresses are filled in if required by your mobile operator. If not required, the fields are left blank. Then click "Done" to save the settings.

Settings for smartphones on OC Symbian UIQ 2.x. On the example of Sony Ericsson P900 settings:

1. We go to the main menu and go to the “Control panel”.

2. In this menu, we are interested in the item "Internet accounts".

3. We do not touch the “Other” tab, but go to the “Accounts” tab where we press the “New” button in order to create a new connection.

4. In the "Account name" line, we type any connection name (for example, "beeline"), and in the "Connection type" line, select "GPRS". Next, press the "Advanced" button and get into the "Setting" menu of our connection.

5. On the “Server” tab, fill in the “User name” and “Password” fields (you can find out the username and password from the table, or from your mobile operator), also check that there is a checkmark next to the “User name and password required” item . In the "Address" field, write the operator's APN (for example, internet.beeline.ru).

6. On the next tab “Log in”, we leave everything as it is, that is, IP and DNS addresses are assigned by the server, or if the operator requires it, we fill in the addresses manually.

7. On the "Proxy" and "Other" tabs, leave everything as it is and click the "Done" button.

8. Everything, our connection is ready. In the "Preferred" section, select the connection through which the connection will occur and click the "Done" button.

Settings for smartphones on OC Symbian Series 60. On the example of Nokia N-Gage settings:

1. We go to the main menu and go to the "Tools" folder.

2. In this folder, we are interested in the "Settings" menu, and in it the "Connection" submenu.

3. First, let's create a new access point, for this we select "Access points". In this section, go to the "Options" section and select "New access point".

4. In the "Connection name" column, fill in the username (any). "Data bearer" select "GPRS". Next, fill in the access point in the "Access point name" field (information provided by the operator).

5. Next, enter the username in the "User name" field (provided by the operator). In the line "Prompt password" put "No". Next, enter the password in the "Password" field (provided by the operator).

6. In the "Authentication" column, select "Normal", the next field "Gateway IP address" is filled in only if the operator requires it.

7. You can also make additional settings by going to the "Advanced Setting" menu, filled in only if Hyundai Tucson 2017 Gray if required your operator.

That's all the settings, now you can run the Internet browser, mail client and Internet pager.

In the following article, we will talk about the best Internet programs that exist for these smartphones.

Mobile Internet on PDA

In previous articles, we talked about how to connect PDAs based on Palm OS and Pocket PC to the Internet. This time we decided to talk about GPRS settings in smartphones on three different platforms: Windows Smartphone (O2 Xphone and clones; Motorola MPx200, MPx220), Symbian UIQ (Sony Ericsson P800, P900) and Symbian Series 60 (Nokia 6600, 3650, 3660,N-gage Siemens SX1).

The ubiquitous Microsoft decided to break into the smartphone market and developed its own version of the operating system for this type of device, which it simply called Windows Smartphone. We have in our hands an O2 Xphone smartphone based on Windows Mobile 2003 for Smartphone. Here are the settings for smartphones based on this OS:

1. We go to the main menu "Start". And we find the item "Settings".

2. In the "Settings" section, look for the item "Data Connections".

3. In the "Internet connection" line, select "GPRS", press the menu button and in the window that appears, select the "Edit Connections" item and get into the "Connections" section.

4. Select the "GPRS Connections" item, press the "Done" button, go to the next menu, select "GPRS" and click "Done".

5. In the "GPRS" menu, in the "Connects to" item, select "The Internet". Next, fill in the Access point, User name and Password.

6. DNS and IP addresses are filled in if required by your mobile operator. If not required, the fields are left blank. Then click "Done" to save the settings.

Settings for smartphones on OC Symbian UIQ 2.x. On the example of Sony Ericsson P900 settings:

1. We go to the main menu and go to the “Control panel”.

2. In this menu, we are interested in the item "Internet accounts".

3. We do not touch the “Other” tab, but go to the “Accounts” tab where we press the “New” button in order to create a new connection.

4. In the "Account name" line, we type any connection name (for example, "beeline"), and in the "Connection type" line, select "GPRS". Next, press the "Advanced" button and get into the "Setting" menu of our connection.

5. On the “Server” tab, fill in the “User name” and “Password” fields (you can find out the username and password from the table, or from your mobile operator), also check that there is a checkmark next to the “User name and password required” item . In the "Address" field, write the operator's APN (for example, internet.beeline.ru).

6. On the next tab “Log in”, we leave everything as it is, that is, IP and DNS addresses are assigned by the server, or if the operator requires it, we fill in the addresses manually.

7. On the "Proxy" and "Other" tabs, leave everything as it is and click the "Done" button.

8. Everything, our connection is ready. In the "Preferred" section, select the connection through which the connection will occur and click the "Done" button.

Settings for smartphones on OC Symbian Series 60. On the example of Nokia N-Gage settings:

1. We go to the main menu and go to the "Tools" folder.

2. In this folder, we are interested in the "Settings" menu, and in it the "Connection" submenu.

3. First, let's create a new access point, for this we select "Access points". In this section, go to the "Options" section and select "New access point".

4. In the "Connection name" column, fill in the username (any). "Data bearer" select "GPRS". Next, fill in the access point in the "Access point name" field (information provided by the operator).

5. Next, enter the username in the "User name" field (provided by the operator). In the line "Prompt password" put "No". Next, enter the password in the "Password" field (provided by the operator).

6. In the "Authentication" column, select "Normal", the next field "Gateway IP address" is filled in only if the operator requires it.

7. You can also make additional settings by going to the "Advanced Setting" menu, filled in only if Hyundai Tucson 2017 Gray if required your operator.

That's all the settings, now you can run the Internet browser, mail client and Internet pager.

In the following article, we will talk about the best Internet programs that exist for these smartphones.

Mobile Internet on PDA

In previous articles, we talked about how to connect PDAs based on Palm OS and Pocket PC to the Internet. This time we decided to talk about GPRS settings in smartphones on three different platforms: Windows Smartphone (O2 Xphone and clones; Motorola MPx200, MPx220), Symbian UIQ (Sony Ericsson P800, P900) and Symbian Series 60 (Nokia 6600, 3650, 3660,N-gage Siemens SX1).

The ubiquitous Microsoft decided to break into the smartphone market and developed its own version of the operating system for this type of device, which it simply called Windows Smartphone. We have in our hands an O2 Xphone smartphone based on Windows Mobile 2003 for Smartphone. Here are the settings for smartphones based on this OS:

1. We go to the main menu "Start". And we find the item "Settings".

2. In the "Settings" section, look for the "Data Connections" item.

3. In the "Internet connection" line, select "GPRS", press the menu button and in the window that appears, select the "Edit Connections" item and get into the "Connections" section.

4. Select the "GPRS Connections" item, press the "Done" button, go to the next menu, select "GPRS" and click "Done".

5. In the "GPRS" menu, in the "Connects to" item, select "The Internet". Next, fill in the access point (Access point), username (User name) and password (Password).

6. DNS and IP addresses are filled in if required by your mobile operator. If not required, the fields are left blank. Then click "Done" to save the settings.

Settings for smartphones on OC Symbian UIQ 2.x. On the example of Sony Ericsson P900 settings:

1. We go to the main menu and go to the “Control panel”.

2. In this menu, we are interested in the item "Internet accounts".

3. We do not touch the “Other” tab, but go to the “Accounts” tab where we press the “New” button in order to create a new connection.

4. In the "Account name" line, we type any connection name (for example, "beeline"), and in the "Connection type" line, select "GPRS". Next, press the "Advanced" button and get into the "Setting" menu of our connection.

5. On the “Server” tab, fill in the “User name” and “Password” fields (you can find out the username and password from the table, or from your mobile operator), also check that there is a checkmark next to the “User name and password required” item . In the "Address" field, write the operator's APN (for example, internet.beeline.ru).

6. On the next tab “Log in”, we leave everything as it is, that is, IP and DNS addresses are assigned by the server, or if the operator requires it, we fill in the addresses manually.

7. On the "Proxy" and "Other" tabs, leave everything as it is and click the "Done" button.

8. Everything, our connection is ready. In the "Preferred" section, select the connection through which the connection will occur and click the "Done" button.

Settings for smartphones on OC Symbian Series 60. On the example of Nokia N-Gage settings:

1. We go to the main menu and go to the "Tools" folder.

2. In this folder, we are interested in the "Settings" menu, and in it the "Connection" submenu.

3. First, let's create a new access point, for this we select "Access points". In this section, go to the "Options" section and select "New access point".

4. In the "Connection name" column, fill in the username (any). "Data bearer" select "GPRS". Next, fill in the access point in the "Access point name" field (information provided by the operator).

5. Next, enter the username in the "User name" field (provided by the operator). In the line "Prompt password" put "No". Next, enter the password in the "Password" field (provided by the operator).

6. In the "Authentication" column, select "Normal", the next field "Gateway IP address" is filled in only if the operator requires it.

7. You can also make additional settings by going to the "Advanced Setting" menu, filled in only if Hyundai Tucson 2017 Gray if required your operator.

That's all the settings, now you can run the Internet browser, mail client and Internet pager.

In the following article, we will talk about the best Internet programs that exist for these smartphones.

Mobile Internet on PDA

In previous articles, we talked about how to connect PDAs based on Palm OS and Pocket PC to the Internet. This time we decided to talk about GPRS settings in smartphones on three different platforms: Windows Smartphone (O2 Xphone and clones; Motorola MPx200, MPx220), Symbian UIQ (Sony Ericsson P800, P900) and Symbian Series 60 (Nokia 6600, 3650, 3660,N-gage Siemens SX1).

The ubiquitous Microsoft decided to break into the smartphone market and developed its own version of the operating system for this type of device, which it simply called Windows Smartphone. We have in our hands an O2 Xphone smartphone based on Windows Mobile 2003 for Smartphone. Here are the settings for smartphones based on this OS:

1. We go to the main menu "Start". And we find the item "Settings".

2. In the "Settings" section, look for the item "Data Connections".

3. In the "Internet connection" line, select "GPRS", press the menu button and in the window that appears, select the "Edit Connections" item and get into the "Connections" section.

4. Select the "GPRS Connections" item, press the "Done" button, go to the next menu, select "GPRS" and click "Done".

5. In the "GPRS" menu, in the "Connects to" item, select "The Internet". Next, fill in the Access point, User name and Password.

6. DNS and IP addresses are filled in if required by your mobile operator. If not required, the fields are left blank. Then click "Done" to save the settings.

Settings for smartphones on OC Symbian UIQ 2.x. On the example of Sony Ericsson P900 settings:

1. We go to the main menu and go to the “Control panel”.

2. In this menu, we are interested in the item "Internet accounts".

3. We do not touch the “Other” tab, but go to the “Accounts” tab where we press the “New” button in order to create a new connection.

4. In the "Account name" line, we type any connection name (for example, "beeline"), and in the "Connection type" line, select "GPRS". Next, press the "Advanced" button and get into the "Setting" menu of our connection.

5. On the “Server” tab, fill in the “User name” and “Password” fields (you can find out the username and password from the table, or from your mobile operator), also check that there is a checkmark next to the “User name and password required” item . In the "Address" field, write the operator's APN (for example, internet.beeline.ru).

6. On the next tab “Log in”, we leave everything as it is, that is, IP and DNS addresses are assigned by the server, or if the operator requires it, we fill in the addresses manually.

7. On the "Proxy" and "Other" tabs, leave everything as it is and click the "Done" button.

8. Everything, our connection is ready. In the "Preferred" section, select the connection through which the connection will occur and click the "Done" button.

Settings for smartphones on OC Symbian Series 60. On the example of Nokia N-Gage settings:

1. We go to the main menu and go to the "Tools" folder.

2. In this folder, we are interested in the "Settings" menu, and in it the "Connection" submenu.

3. First, let's create a new access point, for this we select "Access points". In this section, go to the "Options" section and select "New access point".

4. In the "Connection name" column, fill in the username (any). "Data bearer" select "GPRS". Next, fill in the access point in the "Access point name" field (information provided by the operator).

5. Next, enter the username in the "User name" field (provided by the operator). In the line "Prompt password" put "No". Next, enter the password in the "Password" field (provided by the operator).

6. In the "Authentication" column, select "Normal", the next field "Gateway IP address" is filled in only if the operator requires it.

7. You can also make additional settings by going to the "Advanced Setting" menu, it is filled only if Hyundai Tucson 2017 Gray if required by your operator.

7. You can also make additional settings by going to the “Advanced Setting” menu, it is filled in only if 2017 Hyundai Tucson Gray Hyundai Tucson 2017 Gray if required by your carrier.

That's all the settings, now you can run the Internet browser, mail client and Internet pager.

In the following article, we will talk about the best Internet programs that exist for these smartphones.