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Old 06-23-2005, 01:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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On my 7750, I have a ton of Verizon HRT options. I just picked one, and it works, but it appears to be out of Canada. How do i know which is the best for my area?
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I've never had to mess with those options. What happened that you needed to change them?
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I didn't think you choose it, i gets chose for you. Try changing it and see if it's different?
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Yes that is correct, you don't want to choose any of those!
Those are part of your PLMM (Tower Selection).... The only thing that you ever want to do in Host Routing Table is click the track wheel to bring up the menu and choose register now to re-register on the network..


This does not modify anything, it just ensures that you are properly register with yout carriers network!
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Originally Posted by camerch
Yes that is correct, you don't want to choose any of those!
Those are part of your PLMM (Tower Selection).... The only thing that you ever want to do in Host Routing Table is click the track wheel to bring up the menu and choose register now to re-register on the network..


This does not modify anything, it just ensures that you are properly register with yout carriers network!
I have just selected the register now option in Host Routing Table, and where there was about 6 items in the list before I clicked it, there is now only 4...and each menu item did start with "T-Mobile", and now they start with "234 UK". Is this going to cause me a problem, or has it just kind of cleaned out some old entries.

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I have just selected the register now option in Host Routing Table, and where there was about 6 items in the list before I clicked it, there is now only 4...and each menu item did start with "T-Mobile", and now they start with "234 UK". Is this going to cause me a problem, or has it just kind of cleaned out some old entries.

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When you do a "Register Now" it basically reaches out to what ever carrier that you're attached to at the monent and requests that their system checks their settings compared to yours to make sure that everything is connected properly....


This will definately not cause any problems!
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When you do a "Register Now" it basically reaches out to what ever carrier that you're attached to at the monent and requests that their system checks their settings compared to yours to make sure that everything is connected properly....


This will definately not cause any problems!
Cool...thanks Camerch
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No problem!
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