I've had my E71 a week and a half and have got most things tweaked.
My Nokia Messaging stopped working for a few days and has just started again - but I have a slight issue with it.
I want to use my WiFi connection to sync my hotmail when I am in my house, but GPRS when I'm out.
My GPRS connection is pretty bad inside, so neither is suitable as an option at all times.
My MacBook has the best solution - a simple list of known connections. Any connection available that I have placed higher on the list automatically takes over, so you always have the best connection.
I could set 'default' as the connection, but I don't really know what this means?
I've had to set all my other applications such as Opera to 'ask each time'.
This seems to be a very unnecessary and badly-considered compromise on the efficiency of what is meant to be a business device.
Any thoughts and suggestions would be appreciated.
'Always Ask' is not a great solution, but at least it works.
But for autosync on Nokia messaging, not even this option is available! I have the choice of two connections, neither of which are always going to work, and the setting 'default'.
Can anyone tell me how 'default' works? And don't just tell me it uses my default connection - I don't know where this is on my phone.
Have you tried to use a connection manager? For example, there is a connection manager called SmartConnect which can be downloaded to your device. This connection manager, could be used to automatically connect
to a pre-defined Wi-Fi networks or the fastest available network without the need to manually change the connection.
This softwared can be downloaded from your device. Please follow the below steps.
Here is another connection manager