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Old 06-17-2009, 03:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Weird thing with APN settings and some apps

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Hello there!

I have a weird problem (again) with my Bold when trying to use applications who need correct APN settings.
I have the correct APN settings (blackberry.vodafone.nl, user and pass both vodafone). I am using my bold on a 3G network.

The problem is, when I want to use for example Berrytunes or make a connection with Roblock through the webinterface, I get the error message "Could not connect, check APN". The programs have been given the correct rights to use my network and so in settings.

BUT, when I go to my browser, select a video on youtube (I get the question "change to WAP for streaming media?" and click I click yes), I play a few seconds of a video, close the browser and go immediately to Berrytunes IT WORKS! Also the Roblock connection comes up instantly!
But when I close Berrytunes, whait a minute, open it again I get the APN error message again and cannot use it, unless I go play some seconds of a streaming youtube video again first!

I have tried this with the checkbox in browser settings for "change to WAP for streaming media" on and off, but that makes no difference.
I also tried resetting my device (even a clean install) but no luck.

Is there anyone who has an idea?

Thanks in advanced!

Last edited by WebFox : 06-17-2009 at 03:02 PM.
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Solved in the new firmware 5 version!!!
Just wanted to let you know in case someone else has this problem!
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