I am searching for an alternative on my Tungsten E2 PDA. It is not necessarily have to be a mobile phone but anything that is Wi-Fi capable. The 10" tablets are too big for me and I don't like the 7" either. Can someone suggest some good alternatives for my PDA device?
I am under the Vodafone Red PAYG (Pay as you go plan) and everything works just fine. And then I switched to Virgin Mobile Cellular then I got a PAC value from Red and switched through Virgin Mobile Cellular. But I am having issues on sending text messages. I was unable to deliver my text messages. After some time of troubleshooting and Virgin Mobile says they will review my issue. I then asked about my PAC value thinking that there is a problem with their system. But none of their support works. What should I do next?
I just bought an HTC One X and I really like it. Just having some issues with the mobile Internet. I am unable to connect to it. I called the HTC Support and ask about the issue I am encountering and they advise me to change my Micro SIM which I ordered from my mobile provider. But the APN on Congstar could not be configured correctly, I called the HTC again to send me an email with the correct configuration. I also called Congstar for four times to send me the configuration through SMS. They send it to me and I restarted my computer but nothing happened. I checked on the Internet about the APNs on T-Mobile and Congstar. I really need to know more information about my mobile Internet. I am being charged on my SurfFlat500 so please help me.
I am using a BlackBerry phone for messaging. However, I am unable to send my messages. This device was given from my company and they said, this is an excellent mobile phone. But something is not right as I'm always failed on sending messages. But this is a new phone so I wonder what the issue is. Can someone help?
I am having problems on my Samsung Galaxy SII. I am unable to connect through Wi-Fi. It just simply stops on getting signals from any wireless connection. If I disconnect and then connect again through Wi-Fi, it will work fine. However, once my Galaxy SII is not in use, the Wi-Fi disconnects.
How can I fix it?
I can access T-Zones in my old T630 device. But when I switched to O2, the T-Zones can still be accessed on my new device. And even if this is a new device and set up everything, it's still there. Do I need to upgrade the T-Mobile firmware? Does any of you knows how I can reset the T-Mobile settings on my O2 or obtain a new firmware to update it?Also, if I update my firmware, can I access my emails on this phone?
Please help me experts.
I tried a few days ago to find a solution, so that in my house I would have wireless access. I installed a router in a room, but it is just not strong enough, so in the last room of the house, the signal is very, very weak. A friend suggested me to buy an access point, and so I did. I bought a TP Link access point from the electronics store, i followed the instructions but it's just not working. I can not connect to it, and if I connect, I have no internet access on it. So can you provide some instructions for me, on how to configure TP Link Access Point properly? Thank you in advance.
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