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Old 10-16-2009, 02:35 PM   #1
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Data Connectivity Question


I have a HTC hero with the google Android OS. Nice phone, but a bit of a bitch in Ireland, where it doesn't officially exist.

Is there any way I can discover what the correct settings for my network provider is? I had to hop networks here because the one I was on lifted 16 for 32 MB over three weeks at 49 per MB! Had I gone with any of their offers, it would have cost me even more.
 
Old 10-18-2009, 12:07 AM   #2
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Is there any way I can discover what the correct settings for my network provider is?
Read the documentation for your provider's supported phones and extrapolate those values to the interface on your phone.
 
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I'm with Meteor. In the support page I get told to download my settings, but they don't have my phone. So they sent me manual settings, which are plain wrong. Each provider here sells a fraction of the phones on offer, and supports only these. Have a look on their shops - vodafone.ie, o2.ie, three.ie, meteor.ie
 
  


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