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Old 07-15-2011, 10:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Help. My pearl can't download file more than 14 mb. When I try from browser, it says request entity too large. I'm using telkomsel as isp, but my friend can download file even 150mb or bigger and he's using same isp. Why I can't, please help me.
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Default Re: request entity too large problem

The internet browser has a limit. The wifi/hot spot browser does not have a limit.

If you are connecting to the mobile network using the internet browser, and assuming you have wifi capability, connect via wifi and use the wifi browser to download.
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