The n-th issue of
was the same installation problem with a new client and time to talk about the issue that (you've guessed) the
Aaron, a good friend in the United States, has just bought a glossy new Samsung t809 on a plan
from T-Mobile, a reliably web-savvy American carrier (relatively literally). We
and went nice until you installed the phone
and launched the bluepulse client.
The bluepulse client could not access the Internet, and Aaron says the Opera
browser he is installing does not have internet access. I immediately knew what it was
: Installing old Internet settings on the phone.
People ask, "What is the most common problem faced by installing bluepulse
on people's phones?" They expect them to say "handset compatibility" as most applications
Most mobile phones run on most
developers the biggest problem.
But no, we're going forward: bluepulse supports many handsets
(surely more than 250, potentially close to 300) and our web server intelligent
is the client's custom version of most
The biggest problem with our problem is that many mobile application developers will never reach their face
to get the correct carrier media on the client's
Also, relatively favored carriers, such as T-Mobile, are quite dizzying about customer communication
. When some proxy server admin files change the
Internet gateway somewhere deep inside the carrier's datacenter,
how many levels of middle management do you expect the news to filter
before you ever reach the client?
The right answer: too many levels for news to ever reach customers.
Of course, the administrator illegally changes anything that prevents
from accessing the carrier's default "package", but can any other service
access your phone? Someone else's problem.
Using desktop Internet analogy is like your Internet service provider requires access to
via its proxy servers and will not provide reliable access to any Internet service
on their web site. Very Web about 1995 – the kind of attitude
AOL and CompuServe moved to the rest of the internet. And history
tells us that AOL was only upset in time; CompuServe never did.
The good news is; the latest Internet settings installed on the phone are only
painful as the ringing of the technical support line of the cabin, waiting on hold, because
is a "valuable buyer" to a person and then asks
; "Please send my latest Internet settings to my phone".
To be absolutely sure, ask them for updated Internet, MMS, and WAP settings
as vendors often have different settings for each.
You get notification of your phone when the settings arrive a few seconds later
and the phone asks if you want to install the new settings. Say: & # 39; OK & # 39; to them
It's generally a good idea to turn off the phone for one or two seconds, then back
(a good idea to restart the desktop when you install the
update). Some service providers may also ask you to send an MMS to a standard carrier (19459002) to verify that the settings are installed correctly.
After doing this, you must be ready to rock the rock, jive, even a little bit screwed up with bluepulse
. And the Opera Mini, and the whole silly internet (sheesh!)
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