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Windows Mobile 6 internet password change

  bemuzed 21:15 27 Nov 07
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I got a HTC 4550 TyTn2 and I set it up to get internet access over BTopenzone. The first time In used it I entered my username and password. Subsequently, I just select BTOpenzone from the list of wireless networks and I get logged in automatically. That is convenient but when my username and password changes for openzone the instruction booklet says I have to do a hard reset of the HTC. Is there another way of stopping me automatically logging in and so changing my username and password?

  bemuzed 09:11 01 Dec 07

Well that's what teh booklet says and I had to do it. Afterwards I encountered teh same problem and cleared the browser cache and that seemed to solve the problem, as long as I keep clearing it before logging on. am not sure of that is a complete cure as BTopnezone like other wireless ISPs have a range of hotpsots so I cannot be ceratin this works will all hotspots, but so far so good. There is another problem I am just about to post.

  bemuzed 09:11 01 Dec 07

Well that's what teh booklet says and I had to do it. Afterwards I encountered teh same problem and cleared the browser cache and that seemed to solve the problem, as long as I keep clearing it before logging on. am not sure of that is a complete cure as BTopnezone like other wireless ISPs have a range of hotpsots so I cannot be ceratin this works will all hotspots, but so far so good. There is another problem I am just about to post.

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