... either because:



  You don’t have the correct internet/Java settings (Step 1)

  You have the correct internet settings but they have not been
properly activated (Step 2), or

  Your Java settings aren’t set correctly (Step 3).



Step 1: Receive internet/Java settings

You receive new and correct internet/Java settings from your cell phone manufacturer. Just click the appropriate logo below. By following the instruction, you can send the appropriate standard settings (mobile internet/ WAP) to your mobile for free.



If your manufacturer is not listed, please get in touch via the help line of your mobile operator. They should talk you through all the internet settings that you need to set up your phone.

Step 2: Set your internet settings correctly

The correct internet settings will usually include your service provider’s name along with “GPRS,” “WAP,” or “Internet.”

If you don’t know how to find the internet settings, instructions for common menu formats will be outlined below:

 



If your manufacturer is not listed, please get in touch via the help line of your mobile operator. They should talk you through all the internet settings that you need to set up your phone.

 

Step 3: Set your Java settings correctly

The correct Java settings will usually include your service provider’s name along with “GPRS,” “WAP,” or “Internet.”

If you don’t know how to find the Java settings, instructions for the more common menu formats are outlined below:

 



If your manufacturer is not listed, please get in touch via the help line of your mobile operator. They should talk you through all the internet settings that you need to set up your phone.