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    Is anyone else having Vision data connection problems and getting this error message. If so, what does it mean and what do you do about it because I am not sure if the problem is on my end or Sprint is having server problems. !!!
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    No issues in West Michigan at 4:55AM EST. Just read a story off CNN to go w/o issue.
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    Predator-1,

    I have having the same problem. I am in the KC area, where are you located?
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    It just means that the data connection couldn't be made. It could be due to poor signal quality, network congestion, or other network issue. If it persists, I'd call Sprint.

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    Yep, already have called Sprint. The part that sucks (beyond the fact they don't know what the problem is) is that my wife also has a Treo and it is working just fine. Mine started getting this error last night and has been this way ever since. I have escalated the ticket and hope to see it resolved soon.
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    I think the error means that a Vision connection is not possible at current time. Possibilities:

    Congested cell with too many other Vision folks connected and no slot for you. Wait a bit and try later.

    You are roaming on another CDMA network and they do not have Vision. Get back on the PCS network - Vision (1xRTT) does not roam. e.g. if you were in southern Canada on the Bell network.

    The local cells are broken and cannot connect to Vision services. Usually a matter of waiting it out or complaining to Sprint.

    Sprint having some central problems with Vision cxn to the Internet. Wait or complain.
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    Originally posted by Jazzer
    Predator-1,

    I have having the same problem. I am in the KC area, where are you located?
    I'm in Memphis Tn. The service has been very good until recently. I tried to call Sprint to see what the problem is but they put me on hold and there is too many other things i need to be doing.
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    I had that problem for over a week. It is in the sprint server end for SURE. I got a brand new treo and it still didn't fix my trouble. After calling customer service every day for a while it got fixed without a hard reset. I have no idea how it got fixed. Tech support wouldn't tell me. Good luck.
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    "error; the network is busy, unavailable or data is not enabled. (0x1102)"

    my wife's treo 300 has been doing this for about 24 hours (even @ 3AM).

    Mine connects to internet fine .

    Any ideas on a solution?
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    Originally posted by craigdts
    "error; the network is busy, unavailable or data is not enabled. (0x1102)"

    my wife's treo 300 has been doing this for about 24 hours (even @ 3AM).

    Mine connects to internet fine .

    Any ideas on a solution?
    Assuming they are in the same place I'd call Sprint. Most likely it needs to be kicked/re-provisioned, or there is a hardware issue.

    Edit: Have you seen this post?

    http://discussion.treocentral.com/tc...threadid=33750
    Last edited by tarfin; 05/17/2003 at 12:37 PM.
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    I thought someone in another thread said that those 0x1102 were fixed by having Sprint change the Primary and Secondary HA.
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    I'm in the KC area and had a similar problem. The issue was related to a specific geographic area (40 sq mile) within the city. As soon as I was out of the area all was fine. The first time it happened I waited 3 days and then called Sprint. It was fixed within 2 days. The second time the problem only lasted 1 day and was fixed without a call.
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    I get this from time to time. I see no pattern & no obvious solution. One thing that has worked for me is just to either power off & on again, or also doing a soft reset has worked. I will admit that when I've done these things, I've been able to reconnect successfully pretty much right away.
    I would agree that it seems to be just a random network congestion anamoly or funky connection issue.
    I would AVOID doing a major reprovision or something big like that - I've never had to do that, and I get back on...
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    I also agree that this appears to be a random occurance. I get the same error several times a week, tap OK, and when I hit the link again I get a connection about 82% (just trying to be accurate) of the time. It has never happened to the extent where I felt it was becoming a real problem...

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