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  1.    #1  
    Is it possible, after updating to GPRS, to go back or use the GSM network ?
  2. #2  
    Not sure what you're asking. Your Treo runs on a GSM network. GPRS is a secondary technology added on to allow faster data transmission. You can update your Treo with the GPRS updater to add the firmware required to use GPRS. Your cell provider (Cingular, T-Mobile etc) must provision the GPRS service (special setup, extra $$). Once done, you use GPRS for network data connections. Yes, you can reset your network settings on your Treo to use analog dialup (CSD) if you want (e.g. if you are in an area where GPRS is not working/supported).
  3.    #3  
    Question was not clear ?
    The answer is !
  4. #4  
    how do you reset back to analog dialup after the GPRS upgrade?

    thanx
  5. #5  
    Depends on your carrier and how their GPRS config altered your Treo. For Cingular, under Network Preferences, there are 2 specific choices (in addition to lots of other settings):
    Wireless Internet (CSD)
    Wireless Internet Express (GPRS).
    I can select the one I want, and thus can switch from GPRS to CSD.
  6. #6  
    Originally posted by Joeppie
    Question was not clear ?
    The answer is !
    No, the question was not clear.
    GSM is the telephone network, GPRS is the data network.
    If you have upgraded to GPRS, you still use GSM.
    If your question is can you still use Dial Up Internet after the GPRS upgrade, and not the the GPRS data network, the answer is YES...
  7.    #7  
    Originally posted by larryk


    No, the question was not clear.
    GSM is the telephone network, GPRS is the data network.
    If you have upgraded to GPRS, you still use GSM.
    If your question is can you still use Dial Up Internet after the GPRS upgrade, and not the the GPRS data network, the answer is YES...
    And that's exactly what jposin told in the first, clear answer

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