Nokia :: E63 Unable To Use New Access Point To Listen To Radio
May 21, 2010
I have been using Inernet Radio happily on my e63 for some time on the vodafone network in Australia and frequently listened over GPRS.I recently signed up to Telstra and the first time I started Internet Radio after inserting my new SIM I received a "terms and conditions" notice - as if this was the first time I was using it.
Now, only my WIFI access points and Telstra MMS are showing up in the available access points for internet radio - I can't see the Telstra Internet access point so I'm no longer able to to listen to Internet Radio over GPRS!!
If I use the default Nokia browser and go to bbc.co.uk/radio1, then select "Listen Live" I receive an error saying " To play BBC Radio 1 please install Real Player". Real Player is installed as default on Nokia N82. I have setup the connection correctly as I have listened to other BBC radio stations online in the past.
I am experiencing difficult with the radio on my 6600, I am unable to listen via my headset ( HS-82) connected via the usb port. My head set appears to be working ok as I am able to use it with the music player and for making calls.Is this a known fault or have I failed to activate something vital? I keep getting the message "Connectwired headset. Wire functions as antenna."
I've setup nokia email without any problem using my WiFi and it was synchronizing without a problem. Since then I've I'm unable to change the Access Point to my Mobile provider. I keep getting "Server not found", even though the server name is still properly configured (netac3.vie.hosting.com).
I'm a happy owner of a Nokia 6210 and the head-phone Philips SHB9000. I can listen to MP3 music with Philips head-phone very well. But, if i would listen to radio, 6210 ask me to plug handset. So, the radio is playing on the handset and not on the Philips headphone. How can I listen radio on my headphone ?
Nokia X2-00, FW 4.90. When I bought this phone I was hoping that if there is no need of wired headset for the radio, I could listen to radio through a bluetooth handsfree. But ... this is not possible. The options for radio output are - loudspeaker or wired headset. May be Nokia will develop this very useful in my humble opinion) feature in the next firmware version.
I have recently acquired the Nokia 6500 slide and the headphones that come with the mobile are rubbish, do not sit in the ear very good, nor is the reception any better. There are plenty of headsets available with adaptors to listen to music on your mobile, but does anyone know of any headphones, preferably no 'in ear' headphones, that will work when you want to listen to the radio on your mobile.Recently purchased "Skullcandy Link Nokia 2.5mm" but that is incompatible with the mobile stating enhancement not enabled! A waste of money!Can anyone come up with any ideas as sitting on the bus going to and from work without the radio is boring to say the least!
I have a Nokia 6131 and want to listen to the radio via a standard bluetooth device. I am unable to accomplish this because the phone requires a wired headset to be connected to the phone. The wire of the headset functions as the antenna and if no wired headset is connected the radio cannot be activated. As long as a wired headset is connected to the 6131 no bluetooth device can be paired to the phone and if the wired headset is connected after a bluetooth device is paired, the existing link to the bluetooth device is automatically deactivated. Does anyone know how to solve this?
Control Panel -> Settings -> Connection -> Destinations
When i thy to add new wireless or packet AP, "Settings" application hangs and i can't do nothing, even close Settings.
After reboot the same situation. Phone bought in Russia, in the Nokia shop, in november 2009. Software version: 022.007 Software version date: 10-dec-2009 Custom version: 022.007.c00.01 Language set: 20.01 Model: E72-1 Latest update: 14/1/2010
I configure 1 WLAN access point at home and another WLAN access at office , but when I am in office, Nokia N97 keep trying to connect the access point at home instead of using office WLAN. Is that the default behaviour of Nokia N97?
I deleted the ATT access point from my E71 to stop the phone connecting to it by accident (as it did once). I now want to use the internet facility and signed up for 1 month (my phone is unlocked). Can anyone help me reestablish the ATT access point?
Does anybody know if this feature is still available (hidden) in the E71 or perhaps will be added later? Now that the E71 (compared to E61i) has better Wifi support, having the group capbility makes more sense. And using Devicescape (support for complicated browser-based logins to commercial Wifi) makes it downright simple.
While travelling, I added an airport's free wifi access point which now refuses to delete, edit, or duplicate. I've scrubbed every possible application in case there's some hidden dependency. It'll go away if/when I upgrade firmware but I'd like to figure out how to delete this manually.
E71-1 - the last decent phone built by Nokia X6 - if it wasn't for Swype, I'd have tossed this by now.
I use the VPN of my Nokia E51 (S60 3rd Edition, Feature Pack 1) on well known wifi access points and this works well. But I'm not able to use the VPN on public access point or guest access point when a login and password is required to authentificate.
Could you please tell me if it's possible to use the mobile VPN on hotspots that requires the user ientify itself on a html page with a login /password (Captive portal)?
I have a nokia N96 30.033 and Nokia Messaging 184.108.40.206. I have data configured on both a UMTS connection as well as via wifi. All of these connections are grouped in a single "destination" which is configured as default. In Nokia Messaging under default only APs are shown not destinations. There is a "default" option available, but this does not appear to work. Therefore frustratingly I need to regularly go into settings/service info/Access point to switch to my current network. Is there an intent to fix this in a future release, or have I misconfigured?
I have corrupt operator access points in my list. I use Vodafone in Australia and had all 4 access points - Live,MMS,Internet and Streaming. I upgraded the N95 to Version 20 recently and re-downloaded the access points now I have 2 or 3 of the same access point eg:
I've gone in to settings / general / service info and changed the access point to my wireless network. When I sync mail it still uses my 3g I've removed the mailbox and re setup but it still refuses to use the AP I specify.
I have my home network defined and it uses it just fine, but when I am out and connect to a public WiFi, the default browser and email applications insist on trying to use my home access point, even though the phone is clearly connected to the WiFi spot. In the end I just get an error "access point not found" because it is looking for my home network. I set the browser options to prompt me for an access point, but it doesn't. Firmware version 5.11.
All of a sudden, I can't change my access point in the internet browser anymore. Earlier I could choose between 3g (phone company) or wireless, but now can't even access the choice in the menu. Nothing happens when I push "change" I have put in the last software version and rolled back to default settings.
Hope somebody can help. I'm trying to move an access point, with the destinations feature, into the "Internet" group from the "Uncategorised" group, but when I select "Organise"->"Move to other dest." and then select "Internet" as the group I want to move the access point into, the program just shuts down, and the access point has not been moved. To access the "Destinations" feature. Go to Menu->Tools->Settings->Connection->Destinations. As far as I have understood, it's a new feature on S60 3rd edtion FP2 phones.
I can move access points into custom groups, but not into the predefined ones, so is that a design decision or an error? And how do I get access points into one of the predefined groups if it's a design decision? I have tried to redownload settings from my provider, but that didn't help, as they just landed in the "Uncategorised" group.
my phone stop streaming Internet, bbc iplayer etc. after you select play video real will open and then stays on "connecting" without doing anything. i went in applications/media/real/settings/streaming/network
the default access point is set to none and i can't change it. i select "3", then ok then back. when i go back in "network" the default access point is still "none". as i don't want to do a reset i was wondering if there is a way of fixing this or reinstalling realplayer.
Is it possible to set my n97 so that whenever it is in the range of my home wireless network it uses that for access instead of 3G network? e.g. for when it checks email or uses facebook etc?I was reading about the access groups in the manual but it didn't seem to want to do what I was trying to achieve.
When I choose free Wi-Fi to browse internet or download, X6 confirms the use of free service, but I still get charge from my phone carrier.It seems I can not change the 1st priority of connection.How I can able to choose which network to use?
I've got this E65 that constantly asks me to select an access point every few minutes. This happens even when there are no applications running i.e. turn the phone on, no apps running and it pops up the select acess point screen. Even if I select an access point (WLAN or cellular), the bug will still come back.
On my old E61, it would go down a list of possible access points, and I would have WiFi networks at the top of the list. If it couldn't find a WiFi network, only then would it use 3G to connect.How does one set this on the E71? When I check my email, it keeps using 3G even if there is a WiFi network available.
I found that the mail on the E72 does not use the Access Point Groups! I need to specify a specific access point. I have defined four Access Points: OfficeWLAN, HomeWLAN1, HomeWLAN2, and GPRS, and given the a priority (GPRS comes last). This whole set is given the group name "Internet". But the mail in E72 REQUIRES me to specify an access point for each mailbox! I cannot specify 'Internet', to say, "Use whichever is available, in this order of priorities". a third party program called 'Profimail'. (which, IMHO, is the BEST email client available for the Nokia), has the ability to use the group 'Internet', and automatically switches the access point! So, why can't Nokia mail do it too?
This is the single largest reason why I have stopped using Nokia mail and gone back to Profimail (which I have used on my E61 for past three years). (Unfortunately, I miss the on screen notifications of mails that the Nokia email client gives) So, am I missing something in the configuration, or is that how it is?
I have defined my WLAN as the primary internet access point. Incidentally, the E72 terms the WLAN connection point "infrastructure". My wife's E63 uses the slightly more reassuring "known". Despite the WLAN being the number 1 priority access point, when using the www application the 3G connection is launched if the applications settings are set to "automatic". If I use "always ask", oddly the WLAN internet access point does not show up in the list. The 3G connection does twice. Once as an internet access point, and with a slightly different name for a WAP connection (not sure what the point of the WAP connection is, but too scared to delete it). I can "Search for WLAN" which without fail always finds my home network, which is selectable, and can be used without problem.
There appears to be a glitch in that the defined WLAN access point is not and cannot be recognised as an automatic connection point, but is easily used when manually selected. Perhaps a WLAN setting is wrong making the automatic connection fall over? Happy to entertain any advice. The phone is completely up to date with firmware.
I recently purchased an e71. I love the phone. My only issue is that I want to use wifi to access my email accounts not 3G as I do not have a data plan. The only way I have found to do this is to set the option "Access point in use" to "always ask". If I choose "user defined" it always falls back on AT & T. How can I change the user defined access point to wifi?
Hoping someone can help. My mobile is constantly connecting to the MMS data connection for no reason. It failed to send an MMS yesterday, but I have since deleted that message from the Outbox. Now there is a constant data connection, and my MMS access point is shown as active in the Connection Manager. When I disconnect it, it just comes back. Is there any way to stop this data connection?
I have downloaded the standard settings for my new unbranded SIM free Nokia 6233. However when I go:
Menu > Settings > Configuration > Preferred Access Point, there is no setting there to select.
I need the preferred access point setting for an application to access the internet through by the network data packet isp. My operator does not operate a walled garden. Is this setting available OTA from Nokia. I have checked it's not available OTA from my operator. My previous phone was a Nokia 6230i and when I received the OTA standard settings from Nokia, there was a selectable access point to activate as the preferred one. This question DOES NOT refer to settings under connectivity as the setting is NOT to use the phone as a modem
I have an N96 with S60 r3 fp2. It supports "destinations" (ie access point groups) as well as the concept of a "default" access point (group). Only "new" apps use these capabilities. The internal imap client seems to be ok with default, but "nokia messaging" is not and will only allow a specific AP to be selected. Since I have trouble with 3G/GSM at work I roam onto WIFI for other apps. NOkia messaging needs to do the same.
I've recently purchased an X6, it's a great phone. The only problem I'm having is sorting out the connection settings for my emails (under the Messaging menu). I don't seem to be able to select an access point. My default connection is my home WLAN In my Internet access point the priorities are:
1. Home WLAN 2. 3G 3. GPRS
This works perfectly for all other apps and the internet; but under Options > Settings > Email > Mailboxes > *select mailbox* > Connection settings > Incoming e-mail > Access Point in use. I can only select specific connections, there doesn't appear to be any option to select my Internet access point? It's currently set to "Default Connection" which means it uses my WLAN nicely. But when I leave the house it doesn't work without manually navigating through all those options above which is pretty inconvenient. Am I missing something, or do I really need to do that each time I leave the house and return?
I have a wireless LAN access point on my phone that is draining my battery because it always seems to be trying to connect to it. I do not want this access point but because the phone thinks it is connected (it can't be because it was over 1 mile from my current location) it will not let me delete it. How can I delete this access point?
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