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Old 04-30-2013, 02:01 AM   #1
naughtyIndian
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GPRS 2g working very slow


Hi Frends .
I have just installed fedora, i want to connect my Lg-gd510 cookie pep and run aircel/india 2g internet smoothly.

My problem is that whenever i am connecting my phone it is getting detected and after creating mobile brodband profile , when i am trying to browse internet through Mozilla Browser. i net is working very slow. but in windows 7 its working very smoothly.

As i am new to linux . Kindly help me. Thanks.
 
  


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