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Thread: Gprs Setting For Motorola A1200

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    Gprs Setting For Motorola A1200

    Hihi I Got A Motorola A1200

    I Try All The Setting That In Here But Non Of Them Can Go On Internet

    Is There A Different Type Of Setting For Rogers Pda Phone

    If So Can Someone Pls Help Me To Post It In Here Or Pm Me

    Thank You Very Much

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    this works

    DO You have a data plan?

    Motorola V series wap/mms settings

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    Rogers WAP/GPRS
    homepage: http://www.mymobilehomepage.rogers.com
    service type1: Wap
    Gateway IP: 208.200.067.150 or 172.025.000.107*
    Port1: 9201 or 9203*
    Domain1: blank
    Service Type 2: Wap
    Gateway IP 2: 000.000.000.000
    Port 2: 80
    Domain 2: blank
    DNS1: 000.000.000.000
    DNS 2: 000.000.000.000
    Timeout: 15 mins
    CSD no. 1:
    User name 1:
    Password 1:
    Speed (BPS) 1: 9600
    Line type 1: Modem
    CSD no. 2:
    User Name 2:
    Password 2:
    Speed (BPS) 2: 9600
    Line type 2: Modem
    GPRS APN: goam.com
    User name: wapuser1
    Password: wap

    * appears to only work with official rogers phones, i believe that's the secured ports

    Rogers Media/MMS
    name: Rogers MMS
    homepage: mms.gprs.rogers.com
    Service type 1: wap
    Gateway IP 1: 172.025.000.107
    Port 1: 9201 (9203 is for secure ROGERS phones)
    x
    x
    x
    GPRS APN: Media.com
    User Name: Media
    Password: mda01

    you must now Link this MMS Data account to the MMS account you create in:
    messages in messages/menu/message setup/mms message setup/Server info/new
    Service name: Rogers
    Server name: http://mms.gprs.rogers.com
    web session name: Rogers MMS

    Note,
    if after all this is still doesn't send/receive MMS
    put your sim card into a working GSM phone that can send and receive mms. Send yourself a MMS and wait until that MMS comes back into your inbox. Then move the sim over to your phone


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    i have a motorola a1000 and none of the settings i enter work any ideas?

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    They work great!

    Quote Originally Posted by TheNine
    i have a motorola a1000 and none of the settings i enter work any ideas?
    I just configured my A1200 using the setting posted above and everything is working great Thanks for the great post Shao.

    Cheers

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    I am having trouble with this I see whats going on but am not able to figurer it out.
    I just got this phone last night and I think this is new firmware and software so it dose not look the same as you posted.

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    I tried all these on my A1200 and still no browser - connecting........

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