NOTE: no more free T-Mobile web service with keyword hole.

I have been playing around with my new Android 2.2.1 dev phone, trying to port over the free webaccess I am able to get on my old Motorola J2ME feature-phones (Razr V3r, V195s).

Interesting that these two devices have slightly different APN settings. Able to mess around with these settings after using P2KCommander v6 to modify the seem to show the Web Sessions menu and allow setting the default session.

On my V195s:

Name: t-zones
Service Type 1: HTTP
Proxy 1:
Port 1: 8080
Domain 1: [empty]
Service Type 2: WAP
Proxy 2:
Port 2: 9201
Domain 2: [empty]
DNS 1:
DNS 2:
Timeout: 5 minutes
CSD No. 1: [empty]
User Name 1: [empty]
Password 1: [empty]
Speed (Bps) 1: 9600
Line Type 1: ISDN
CSD No. 1: [empty]
User Name 2: [empty]
Password 2: [empty]
Speed (Bps) 2: 9600
Line Type 2: ISDN
User Name: motV190
Password: motV190

On my Razr V3r everything else is the same except for the username and password:

User Name: motV3
Password: motV3

And from the automatic MCC and MNC detection app I made:

MCC = 310, MNC = 260

I am able to enter all these values into the APN settings on my smartphone, but last time I tried to connect the settings were erased. I suppose I will need to do some setprop shenanigans to re-enter the settings once the T-Mobile tower erases them.

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