[AI] data card review (specially from huawei brand users)needed.

shaik sazid sazid_shaik1 at yahoo.co.in
Thu Apr 19 07:11:53 PDT 2012


Hi list members, can you please send the message send by Mr. kiran regarding this issue.  As I am using TATA photon I am faceing lot of problem to click on the application provided by the service operator.  On the application we have to click by the mouse on "click here to connect" everytime I have to take help with a sighted person.  By mistake all my messages are deleted.  Hence i request to please guide step by step to create our own icon on the desktop.
 
Thanks and regards,
 
Sazid. Sk.

--- On Thu, 19/4/12, gufran <gufran.ahmed1984 at gmail.com> wrote:


From: gufran <gufran.ahmed1984 at gmail.com>
Subject: Re: [AI] data card review (specially from huawei brand users)needed.
To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in
Date: Thursday, 19 April, 2012, 7:05 PM


hello sir, i have no intention to say that actually i have experience 
misguided advice in order to connect mobile as a modem.
usually they says that www will be act as your access point.
but for data card it might be diferent way to connect and work as a dial 
up connection.

because each operator has different settings for access internet.
other vice i have no intention to prove him wrong.
i opologize for my mistake.
On 4/19/2012 8:39 AM, akhilesh wrote:
> @Hi,
> I was wondering why people just dont read the messages.
> When the query has already been solved very well, why the similar
> question again and again?
> Kiran has solved the issue of connecting the inaccessible data cards,
> and elaborated it very well.
>
> I am also using huawei data card provided by MTS. You can not connect
> through flash application.
> You can creat the dialup icon on your desktop which you can easily
> find inside the my network properties.
>
> For more information I’m quoting the Kiran message below.
>
> Block quote
> You need not connect using the application provided by your service
> provider. You can use basic windows service of dial up connection and
> it is fully accessible.
>
> It is by default set once u have installed it. Go to network
> connections and u ll find it there. At the most u need to enter your
> access number as user name and password both in dial up connection
> settings.
>
> Regards,
> Block quote
>
> Thanks,
> ----
> Akhilesh Kumar Dahiya,
> Advocate.
> Email: akhil.akhil29 at gmail.com
> Mobile: +91 9210616426
> New Delhi
>
>
> On 4/18/12, kiran at vaugle.co.in<kiran at vaugle.co.in>  wrote:
>> Dear Gurfan,
>>
>> When some advice is given on the list on an issue and if one wants to
>> debate on the issue then it should be directed to the member whose
>> reply is
>> being debated. You can not write that we cant connect the datacard with
>> keyboard, does it mean that you are saying that we must and should
>> connect to the datacard through the associated program and can not
>> connect it through any other way. If so you are wrong, irrespective of
>> the service provider we can connect it using windows dial up connection
>> and the only changes are probably the number to dial the service
>> provider  usually for all gsm it is #777(that is not the point to
>> debate). and the specific user name and password, any unlocked modem can
>> be connected to any provider,  with out the associated program under
>> windows, this is undisputed fact.
>>
>> I am only concerned over the wrong message being passed to the seeker
>> of the information, especially when it is with regards to the functional
>> aspect of connection. Also gurfan i am not at all intending to
>>
>> With regards,
>> Kiran S Deshpande.
>>
>>
>>
>>
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