I have set my e-mail account on my E72.Up until yesterday, the packet data connection was always on (the "3G" arrows logo was always on the upper-left corner), and new messages/updates were syncing on "real-time".Yesterday suddenly, the connection stopped, and now in order to retrieve new messages, I need to connect manually - and yet, after the sync process ends, it disconnect automatically.How can I set back the permanent connection?
I have a N73, I have a mail account on Google. I created a mailbox in my phone, configured it with all settings. I enabled Automatic email retrieval and the interval time was 2 hrs. All worked fine. I got the notification in first run. I noticed that my packet data connection was active for whole day, in result phone battery was consumed too early.
I just want to know these two things:
1. Why the packet data connection is active all time? Cant it active only on the retrieval hours. Not in the idle position? 2. Why the email alert notifications has just stopped showing NEW EMAIL
I am just missing my important mails due to this problem of notification.
Just received my N97 through the mail today. It's on the Orange network. Just started having a play around with it, and attempted to connect via the Orange network and it comes up with "Packet data not available"
how I go about fixing it so I can go on the mobile internet when i'm out and about, as it was mainly what this phone was purchased for!
I recently brought a Nokia 5230 and I have a contract that allows picture messaging. The problem I have is if I try to send a picture message I keep getting the same message:'Packet Data: - Packet Data connection not available'.It's the same for connecting to the internet, has anybody else experienced this or can tell me how to resolve the problem please.
I recently bought the Nokia 7230 unlocked in Germany because it really appealed to me in terms of features and the right price. When I returned home to the US and dropped in my AT&T SIM card, everything works okay except for any packet data or internet connection. Whenever I try to access any sort of data connection, it shows "Subscribe to Packet data". I have an unlimited Data plan with AT&T which allows internet access.Now, I wasn't expecting a perfectly smooth transition bringing a Europe-market phone to the US where the 7230 isn't even sold. After a 3-way phone call with AT&T and Nokia USA, they felt that because I could not edit or add Access point settings and AT&T doesn't sell the 7230, there was no way to make the packet data connection work.Does that conclusion sound right? It's not a huge setback to lose internet but I was looking forward to the upgrade in internet capabilities from my previous 6350.
Just brought my E71, i notice my Pckt data counter both sent and receive data keep increasing when i didnt even use my phone to surf the net. Check with teleco and i got charge for nothing even when i dont know what is happening.Do anyone having the same problem?how can i swtich/turn off my GPS and my web access?
My internet for ATT was working yesterday until 2pm. Now when i try to go on the internet via ATT it says "Packet Date Not available. Check network settings".I called AT&T and Nokia and they did not help me. I just got this phone this week. I tried researching it. But couldnt find a solution. Any ideas?I have tried to hard resetting the phone. it didnt help.
I got my nokia N95 a 3 weeks and when I click on "web" it goes to Orange internet for free.But yesterday when I went on the orange website on my phone it keeps saying "Packet data connection not available".Whats wrong?And I went to The orange shop where I purchased my phone and they didn't know what was wrong either.any help please?
I have an N79 and have all the correct settings according to my provider, however when I try to connect to the internet I get a "packet data: packet data connection not available". Does anyone have any clue if there is something else I am missing here. The provider is digicel Bermuda and the available network is EDGE, I believe, not 3G.The data connection works in other phones using my SIM and my phone has worked on other networks with other SIMs.
My phone is nagging me with these messages all the time. When I finnish a call or receive one, I am told that Packet data is connected or disconnected.I understand what it means, and why it's there - and I know that I can change the settings for Packet data. It's not about that. I just want to get rid of the messages. I do not want to see them.Why? Because I have a Cisco VPN solution with callback and codes. So - when I pick up the call and enter the dialer - I have to wait for that stupid message to dissappear before I can start entering my pin. Which makes it even more difficult to hide when in meetings etc.How do I turn of those messages?
I am trying to download a ring tone, each time I open the message I get an error of 'Packet Data connection not active' I have gone through the settings and it appears that all is well. I am with O2, I have also tried the test on the support page of pressing 0 for 3 seconds and get the same message.Any help greatly appreciated.
I am very pleased to be able to use my GPRS connection through a cable connection and One Touch Access. I would like to know if the volume of Packet Data that has been downloaded through the GPRS connection will be consolidated in the Log found on the phone? If not, where can I find a consolidated figure of the volume of Packet Data I have used?
Recently got a Nokia 5800 XpressMusic phone, and am having trouble connecting to the internet.I can connect to the internet using my own home network, but cannot using o2 Active (I'm on o2).I recieved a text message from o2 with the correct (apparently correct, should I say) settings for internet, but when I try to connect I get the error "Packet Data connection not available".
My trusty E71 (on Vodafone) has stopped connecting to GPRS / WAP ( and probably 3G). WiFi is fine. And I can connect my Mac via Bluetooth onto GPRS. But the built in browser and mail client time out.I've had this problem twice before, but today can't resolve it.I've spent a lot of time with Vodafone support. We've tried all the tricks of re-registering it on their net - they say it has. They suggested it may be a problem with the SIM. But the SIM works fine in an E52.I've tried a factory reset - no joy.Vodafone have resent me the connection config - no joy.
I have a N97 with an unlimited data plan. But I am having a problem, when I receive or make call or send text message my phone show this message packet data connection on hold¯, and when I finish the call or sent the text message the phone shows Packet data connection active¯.There is any way that I can change this? I want to have my data connection always active.
I tried to use WLAN to connect to internet suuccessfully. When I use 3G to connect to internet, I get an error message "Packet Data: Connection not allowed!". I also tried my sim card in other phone the 3G network is ok and when i use my fren sim card put insert myphone they sim card never work also and i can make sure my network setting in my phone is properly ok becouse i tried few time already download the operatore setting or my N95 setting wizard setting .Can someone advise what does it mean - fault at operator side or phone settings.
I am in the UK and trying to connect to the web with my Nokia 6131 but no matter what settings I put I always get "Packet data connection not available". I have tried having the settings sent to me from both nokia and t-mobile but I always still get the same error and I don't know what else to do next.Any help would be massively appreciated.
Since arriving I get the message above and cannot access internet on my phone. My carrier is Telstra in Australia, I spoke with them and reset the codes in the phone but it has not improved. SMS and calling are normal. My phone was working in Austria but I had to rinstall the operating system there due to another issue. So:
1. What is the status of Latvia - is there a preferred carrier I can find?
2. How can I find out if it is a carrier issue or a glitch in my phone?
On a fairly regular basis, once an hour approx, my N86 beeps and a message appears on the screen stating that a " data packet connection received". This also happens when I'm on a call and beeps in my ear.This is only a minor annoyance but an annoyance nevertheless. Any idea what this is and what I can do about it?
I am on 02 and just got a new Nokia N82. I have noticed that there is always a packet data connection made to '02 Postpay WAP'. If I hold in the red key it asks me if I want to disconnect the data connection and when I select yes, it starts the connection again moments later and at the top left of the screen under the signal bar, there are 2 arrows pointing away from eachother with the letter "E" above it. Also whenever I finish a call I get a message saying 'packet data connection active' which is annoying me. Is this normal behaviour for the phone? When I went into active connections is says that the connection to 02 wap has been made for x amount of hours, and i never turn the phone off so it's always connected. Also it shows that data has been transfered and this worries me as I only get 1Mb allowance of WAP per month before I am charged for it. Any help on this issue would be much appreciated.
I just bought N73 yesterday, and since then I'm trying to connect to the Internet, but all I get is a message "Packet Data: Packet Data not available when a call is active".I've checked the connaction settings and all my access points are OK, plus all this time my phone is in idle mode (no call or SMS).Can anyboy help me with this?
How do you turn off Packet Data Connection? so I can clear the log counter.. Or is there a way to turn off your access point so you can edit? Or can I just disable internet access? Or do I need to use the dark side of the force, and risk enternal damnation in the afterlife?
My son and i can't figure this problem out. We want to connect to the internet via wlan and so used the wizard and we can go onto web sites e.g. Google. My son wanted to watch videos on bbc iplayer and so downloaded the program and installed it on his phone however when he runs the app it says packet data not available but we want to use wlan any idea how this can be sorted so the app uses wlan.
I have a Nokia N97 and carrier service through AT&T. I subscribe to a monthly packet data plan which I have been using with my N97 for several months without issue. Several days ago my phone was no longer able to connect to the internet using my packet data connection. I was only unable to use the data connection with certain applications. The data connection would not work with the Ovi Store shortcut, Nokia Maps, the Nokia Web application, or the AP News widget. However, I was able to receive emails on Nokia Messaging through my data connection, and I was able to run my Fring application on it as well. I performed a hard reset which did not fix the problem.
I tried to adjust my network mode under the connectivity setting from Dual Mode to GSM, but that also did not have any effect. I then tried to run the setting wizard through phone setup to have it define my operator settings for internet, ect. After the wizard updated my settings I am now able to access the internet through the Nokia web application using my data connection. But maps and the ovi store still cannot connect using this connection.I have tried changing the connection settings under the maps application, but this has made no difference. Any help or advice would be very appreciated.
should I have my packet data connection settings as "when available" or as "when needed".whats the difference. When I connect to the web I can see it connects as needed. If I leave it on all the time, is it worse for battery or whats the consequence or advantages?
I have a nokia 6300 and i am on 02 network.I have applied the settings from 02 and Nokia but when i try to use their catalogs program (which connects to the internet and allows me to download Nokia content) i get an error:"subscrive to packet data first".I also get this error when i attempt to use Google maps on my Nokia also.I can connect to internet over WAP fine. Just seems when i try to connect through an application i get the error.
Actually I had written an application in j2me which connect to internet through GPRS using Http Connection. When I run that in Emulator, it works without any problem. But in mobile device, it informs me "Subscribe To Packet Data First". I'm using nokia 6030 mobile device and Airtel mobile office.Whats the problem? What I have to do?
i have a Nokia C6-00 which keeps on connecting to mys service provider's packet data. So many times i have disconnected it in its Connection Manager Menu but it keeps on connecting automatically. It is really annoying since ts consume so much power that makes me to recharge the phone everyday,. I have checked for the Apps I have to find the culprit for the problem, but I I still don't know what application is responsible for that.Is it possible that I just delete my Internet configurations with my service provider?
i just got my new nokia e63 on the 3 network yesterday, everything works fine exept for the internet stuff. if i click on anything that wants to connect, like skype or Internet it says "packet data not availible" the only way i can see connecting is to my wireless router, but i want to be able to use the internet outside of my home. i have no idea how to fix this, can anybody help me.
I have a pair of E90s, one on UK Vodafone, one on UAE Etisalat. FYI, the UK phone runs firmware 300.34.84, the UAE one 400.34.93.For some reason, the UAE phone will suddenly disconnect from packet data (either 3G or 3.5G - the little arrows vanish and are replaced with the 3G symbol), and when I try to reconnect, I get the 'Packet Data is not available' message. Restarting the phone reconnects it.When it has disconnected, if I go into Tools>Settings>Connection>Packet Data, the usual three settings are reduced to two - the bottom one, "High Speed Packet Access" is gone.