HTC SDA (USA) / SP5m (Tornado)
Need help with T-Mobile Web
I'm having trouble accessing the service beyond the initial T-Mobile home page. When I'm at a Hotspot, I'm able to log in, but I can't access anything past that: no email, no internet, can't view my bill, etc. I've read T-Mobile's help files for setting up my connections and email, and I believe that I've followed them as written.
What's my next step? Customer Service? Will they just tell me that my SDA doesn't support this service?
Any help would be appreciated.
Gern Blanston said:Whoa, hold it there. T-MobileWeb is WAP browsing over GPRS, and has nothing to do with Hotspots (WiFi). Or are you referring to the current promotion where prepaid voice users get to use Hotspots for free on weekends?
Per a thread on this forum, I added the $5.99 T-Mobile web service: I just selected the Razr as my phone on T-mobile's website, and I added it.
I'm having trouble accessing the service beyond the initial T-Mobile home page. When I'm at a Hotspot, I'm able to log in, but I can't access anything past that: no email, no internet, can't view my bill, etc.
Back to GPRS. Having T-MobileWeb means you have to use T-Mobile's proxy for all sites, WAP and HTTP. On the SDA it me...
I meant the GPRS connection rather than Hotspots: I was confused.
Can you tell me how to set up these entries for GPRS? I've done a lot of searching, but I can't find a good answer.
As shipped, the phone has one GPRS entry called 'T-Mobile GPRS'.
Since you need to go through T-Mobile's proxy server for all network connections, you can simply change its 'Connects to' setting to 'WAP Network', and create in the proxy section an entry that 'Connects from' 'WAP Network' and 'Connects to' 'The Internet'. The proxy address is 18.104.22.168. Type is WAP. User name and password are not used. Then in Mobile IE, go to Menu->Tools->Options->Connections, disable auto detect, and select 'The Internet' as the 'network'. Also if you have other GPRS connections set up (wh...
I think that I'm almost there. Instead of getting an "incorrect configuration" message, I'm getting a "page you are looking for cannot be found due to unknown error 0x80168001" when trying to access the preinstalled favorites like CNN or ESPN.
Is access supposed to work wherever I'm able to get a GPRS signal?
Access Point - wap.voicestream.com, IP=0.0.0.0
outgoing mail: myemail.t-mobile.com
Description: T-Zones GPRS
Connects to: The Interent
Access point: wap.voicestream.com
Primary DNS: 22.214.171.124
Description: T-Zones Proxy
Connects from: The Internet
Connects to: WAP Network
Proxy (name:port): 126.96.36.199:8080
Make sure that no other settings have been entered in each of the respected sections, only have T-Zones GPRS settings in the GPRS Connections section, and T-Zones Proxy in the Proxy Connections section, that's it. Apparently to many settin...
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I'm gonne make the switch and try the phone/service out. Thanks, everyone!