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SKiPDoG

Nov 26, 2003, 4:15 AM
I came across something interesting today, my wireless carrier is a local carrier here in northern California that offers unlimited wireless (SureWest Wireless), I have a Kyocera 2325 CDMA phone and two of my friends have Motorola T720 phones, My carrier DOES NOT offer wireless web but stated in the past they are working on it, we are offered something called "Data Connectivity" which allows us to connect our phones to a laptop and use as a wireless modem, both of my friend pay for the data connectivity, one of them bought his T720 used from our carrer and there was an IP address setup in the Uplink.A setting in the browser and a port # of 9202, the IP address resolves to a DSL IP in Canada but when they open thier browsers on the phones it ...
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PupaScoopa

Nov 26, 2003, 6:09 PM
Regardless of what IP address was programmed into the Uplink settings on the phone, if the carrier doesn't support it (no server on the other end to process your requests/send info) then it won't work. The "Data Connectivity" that you're referring to is basically using your phone as a modem. It has nothing to do with the built-in microbrowser.
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SKiPDoG

Nov 26, 2003, 11:07 PM
yeah I figured it out, the IP address is a free public wap gateway, my carrier does not offer wireless web but it does work, I just set it up on mine today. Very Happy
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