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Old 06-21-2005, 05:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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had to change my tcp setting to proxy in order to run i.m. software. everytime i do a hard reboot it goes back to wap.cingular settings. how can i keep my changed settings even after a hard reboot?
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If you change the APN and save the settings it shouldn't reset that with a hard reboot, although my 7100t has done something like that before...

Other than that you need to have wireless sync enabled (for BES) or just change the APN, back-up the device and restore it when it's removed, or of course just re-enter it manually in TCP settings on the device;
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