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    I am using the unlocked cingular phone with an AT&T SIM and am confused about setting this thing up.
    I have entered "proxy" as the APN in the network preferences for GPRS and seem to be able to connect though blazer no problem - except instead of the large black triangle that is supposed to indicate and active GPRS connection I get the two green arrows which according to the documentation indicate a dial up connection.
    Worst yet once i am done browsing and close blazer the green arrows stay up there until i go into the network preferences and click the "disconnect" button. Am I doing something wrong? I tried the GRPS connection without the APN setting but get a GPRS connection error.
    help!!!

    also - how common is it to have a noticeable yellow tinging on the screen on the sides and in the corner - it's driving me crazy.
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    I'm not sure about ATT, but I had a 600 on Sprint and the two green arrows meant Data. When they were light colored, the data connection was still there but in the idle mode. On Sprint I didn't care because it was unlimited data. With ATT you might wind up paying. The only saving thing is that you probably aren't processing data in the idle mode.
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    Green arrows on a GSM phone mean GPRS connection. No panic <g>!

    Danita
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    ok - so i'm happy that the green arrows mean a GPRS connection and not a dial up connection - but is there anyway to get it to disconnect when i am done with blazer?

    What do other GSM users do - just ignor the green arrows?
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    yeah - I stay "online" most all of the time. I have my emailing auto-fetch for me, I use Verichat for Chatting, etc. However, I do use T-Mobile, and have "unlimited" data (although I just changed, and have never gone over my original 20MB limit using the phone almost all day oneline).

    Danita
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    you can go to Preferences-Network- then disconnect. Kind of a pain though.

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