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Old 05-29-2008, 05:34 AM   #1 (permalink)
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There is a weird synptom with 8320 in Vietnam where the GPRS sign remains as "gprs" but the user can surf net using Opera mini. WIFI and Bluetooths are off. ISP is MOBIFONE.

The Host Routing Table contains nothing and the Service Book only has 2 WIFI entries. Does that mean the GPRS is not working on the BB at all? How come user still can surf using Opera Mini, Opera Mini has internal settings that will trigger the GPRS?
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Opera mini can run on gprs as it accesses the internet via the carriers APN settings. It is possible to surf the net on a BB without a blackberry data plan using opera mini.
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No entries typically means no connection to providers data services
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