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    that wap setting should work for you. as i'm able to connect to the interent that way. I just cant send email from my work exchange email since i havent setup the vpn connection properly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Noodles750v View Post
    I activated my 750v on TMobile with an unlimited interenet plan. Phone is working, picture and text messaging is working, but I cannot connect to the internet or get anything through the data connection. Does anyone have this working and if so, what are the settings? I created a connection called GPRS and then set it at wap.voicestream.com and left user and password blank. Shouldn't that work to get me out to the internet? I just get WAITING FOR NETWORK the whole time. Anyone have any ideas? Thanks!
    This should work, i did the same and am able to get on the net. Stupid question, but is your internet on? TMo sometimes takes a day to activate it. Have you checked the net on another handset?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Noodles750v View Post
    I activated my 750v on TMobile with an unlimited interenet plan. Phone is working, picture and text messaging is working, but I cannot connect to the internet or get anything through the data connection. Does anyone have this working and if so, what are the settings? I created a connection called GPRS and then set it at wap.voicestream.com and left user and password blank. Shouldn't that work to get me out to the internet? I just get WAITING FOR NETWORK the whole time. Anyone have any ideas? Thanks!
    If you're in US, the unlimited internet setting is internet2.voicestream.com (or internet3.voicestream.com) not wap.voicestream.com. i always have problems checking email and acessing the internet if i use wap.voicestream.com.
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    #24  
    Actually, "internet2.voicestream.com" and "wap.voicestream.com" should both work. Unless you have requested VPN access the "internet3" settings won't work. No password or username are needed.
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    Okay, I got it to work using wap.voicestream.com. It needed a Proxy server put in, which I did, but then it needed port 8080 added. Okay, now that that issue is solved and I can connect to the internet and to e-mail can anyone help me with GPRS vs. EDGE? How do I know when I have an EDGE connection vs GPRS? My signal only shows a G in a box, so I assume this stands for GPRS, but I am in an EDGE maket. Is there something I need to do to get an EDGE connection? I ran a speed test and on a 600k speed test and I am getting 123 kbit/sec and 1.742s latency 40.513s d/l time. Sounds like GPRS to me. What do I need to do to get EDGE on T-Mobile?
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    No, your speed is an EDGE speed. I don't remember the exact speed but a GPRS connection is typically much slower.

    The GSM in the menu means GSM not GPRS. So you get G for GPRS/EDGE. Likewise you get a U for UMTS/HSDPA.

    Quote Originally Posted by Noodles750v View Post
    Okay, I got it to work using wap.voicestream.com. It needed a Proxy server put in, which I did, but then it needed port 8080 added. Okay, now that that issue is solved and I can connect to the internet and to e-mail can anyone help me with GPRS vs. EDGE? How do I know when I have an EDGE connection vs GPRS? My signal only shows a G in a box, so I assume this stands for GPRS, but I am in an EDGE maket. Is there something I need to do to get an EDGE connection? I ran a speed test and on a 600k speed test and I am getting 123 kbit/sec and 1.742s latency 40.513s d/l time. Sounds like GPRS to me. What do I need to do to get EDGE on T-Mobile?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bcaslis View Post
    No, your speed is an EDGE speed. I don't remember the exact speed but a GPRS connection is typically much slower.

    The GSM in the menu means GSM not GPRS. So you get G for GPRS/EDGE. Likewise you get a U for UMTS/HSDPA.
    Thanks. So other than speed is there any way to tell EDGE vs. GPRS? A symbol, a setting, anything?
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    There isn't anything that I know of. A few devices use an E for edge, but the 750v doesn't.

    Quote Originally Posted by Noodles750v View Post
    Thanks. So other than speed is there any way to tell EDGE vs. GPRS? A symbol, a setting, anything?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bcaslis View Post
    There isn't anything that I know of. A few devices use an E for edge, but the 750v doesn't.
    That's interesting given the fact that their CMDA competitor shows a 1x or an Ev so the user knows. You would think being demonstrative would be a selling/marketing point. Instead I am relying on the fact that there are no different settings for EDGE vs. GPRS. Of course no one at T-Mobile will help me put them in correctly since they don't sell the phone. I am hoping that by using the settings for the MDA/SDA, I am have done it correctly!
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    The Treo 700w and 700wx also show a 1x or EV based on the data speed. But the HTC TyTN (WM5 GSM/UMTS) does the same thing as the Treo 750v, G for GSM and U for UMTS. I think this is a Microsoft thing.
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