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    HERE! iam gonna tell you how to increase your airtel prepaid gprs speed, you will notify the increasing speed when you connect your phone to pc/laptop..

    Do not connect your phone via data cable always use BLUETOOTH device and donot install bluetooth drivers on your pc...follow the steps

    1. buy a bluetooth dongle device available on any computer accessories shop less than Rs.200
    2. install nokia pc suite
    3.connect your bluetooth device to your usb slot
    4. click on nokia pc suit icon on desktop ...then click on manage connection select connect via bluetooth search your device and use your airtel gprs with maximum speed...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mobile View Post
    HERE! iam gonna tell you how to increase your airtel prepaid gprs speed, you will notify the increasing speed when you connect your phone to pc/laptop..

    Do not connect your phone via data cable always use BLUETOOTH device and donot install bluetooth drivers on your pc...follow the steps

    1. buy a blue-tooth dongle device available on any computer accessories shop less than Rs.200
    2. install nokia pc suite
    3.connect your bluetooth device to your usb slot
    4. click on nokia pc suit icon on desktop ...then click on manage connection select connect via bluetooth search your device and use your airtel gprs with maximum speed...

    to be very frank, this is bull-**** and wont help to INCREASE the internet speed. Max speed on Airtel GPRS is 117 kbps or if on EDGE network then 384 kbps. .

    Also data cable is fast than any blue-tooth device.
    If you need to experiment, then send a song to mobile via bluetooth and another via data-cable.

    Sorry for my harsh words, but don't fool people
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    Default have you ever use bluetooth dongle device

    bluetooth send faster your data then usb cable...if you didn't use any bluetooth device use it now and reply me.

    i agree with you normally people think that wirless devices transfer data very slow but if you keep your wirless device near to the reciver (pc) it send your data faster than usb cable..

    just you send a song via bluetooth and reply me iam online

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    Quote Originally Posted by mobile View Post
    bluetooth send faster your data then usb cable...if you didn't use any bluetooth device use it now and reply me.

    i agree with you normally people think that wirless devices transfer data very slow but if you keep your wirless device near to the reciver (pc) it send your data faster than usb cable..

    just you send a song via bluetooth and reply me iam online
    yes i tried it and have done it in past many times with my SE K790i and Data-cable is 100 times faster than blue-tooth for me.
    I am using Data cable provided by SE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by talktoanil View Post
    yes i tried it and have done it in past many times with my SE K790i and Data-cable is 100 times faster than blue-tooth for me.
    I am using Data cable provided by SE.
    SoRRy for my harshing words but its true...that sony ericsson is the third class company in mobile phones (thirdclass i meant to say third choice) i gave you tip for the most selling mobile brand NOKIA and nokia works better and supports best to every device (bluetooth (branded) )

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    Quote Originally Posted by mobile View Post
    Sony for my harshing words but its true...that sony ericsson is the third class company in mobile phones (thirdclass i meant to say third choice) i gave you tip for the most selling mobile brand NOKIA and nokia works better and supports best to every device (bluetooth (branded) )
    I don't want to start a battle of SE vs Nokia. But SE is also a good company. And Blue-tooth is not a proprietary technology of nokia so that they can provide good support. and for me nokia is the third class company in mobile phones (thirdclass i meant to say third choice)

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    i too dont want a DEBATE on Nokia vs Sonyericsson,, but its true that ' why most of the people prefer Nokia mobile...think once

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    Quote Originally Posted by mobile View Post
    i too dont want a DEBATE on Nokia vs Sonyericsson,, but its true that ' why most of the people prefer Nokia mobile...think once
    what others prefer is none of my business. its a personal choice. Its just in INDIA people prefer Nokia but world wide the scenario is different. Lets not get into it as its irrelevant and debating topic for which you can open new topic.

    And talking about internet speed. let me tell you normal GPRS speed of Airtel is 117 kbps and if on edge its 384 kbps. Now, Data cable provides much more speed than 384kbps and hence it should not matter if you use blue-tooth or data cable provided.

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    Quote Originally Posted by talktoanil View Post
    yes i tried it and have done it in past many times with my SE K790i and Data-cable is 100 times faster than blue-tooth for me.
    I am using Data cable provided by SE.
    I too agree with talktoanil. This is all ******** as both data cable and bluetooth support more data transfer rate as compared to GPRS download rate.
    Don't allow people to hold you down when gravity's the only thing in life with the power to do so..:cool:

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    the thread starter is " cool" he wants to see whether we knew that data cable sends faster stuff than the bluetooth thingy! right bro??!! i knew your aim towards keeping such a ting to discuss, thats intelligent enough))
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    I use gprs from nokia via data cable but receive much less speed.
    How to improve

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    Quote Originally Posted by mobile View Post
    HERE! iam gonna tell you how to increase your airtel prepaid gprs speed, you will notify the increasing speed when you connect your phone to pc/laptop..

    Do not connect your phone via data cable always use BLUETOOTH device and donot install bluetooth drivers on your pc...follow the steps

    1. buy a bluetooth dongle device available on any computer accessories shop less than Rs.200
    2. install nokia pc suite
    3.connect your bluetooth device to your usb slot
    4. click on nokia pc suit icon on desktop ...then click on manage connection select connect via bluetooth search your device and use your airtel gprs with maximum speed...

    i am use both devices, same speed but lots of problem in Bluetooth(Time Wastage)

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    BOth of you please cool down.. iam living in a rural area.. tamilnadu.. i got nokia 5800 and bsnl gprs.. i have downloaded 10 mb song from tamiljukebox site in 14 minutes. very happy to using bsnl.. before this used airtel... it suck's. bsnl is goog good. thanks.

    cable or bluetooth its not important..
    its depending on your mobile, network and pc..
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    whoever said bluetooth is faster than USB is SO wrong.....in my experience,never got more than 70kBps on bluetooth.....you probably used a USB 1.1 port :P

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    patani yaar but i also felt bulututh was phaster..
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    Quote Originally Posted by mickey View Post
    patani yaar but i also felt bulututh was phaster..
    are sab moh maya hai re...kitna bhi speed dega toh bhi kaam he padega.....maan ki shanti is important re beta....

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    Quote Originally Posted by talktoanil View Post
    are sab moh maya hai re...kitna bhi speed dega toh bhi kaam he padega.....maan ki shanti is important re beta....
    baba, meri ek aur problem solve kardo, gf k saath restaurant jata hun, to woh saheli bhi le aati hai.
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    problem tumhare sex life mein hai beta :P

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    Default speed of internet

    yes i am using blue tooth connect internet from mobile to pc since last 3 year but its speed is very less in comparison to usb modem and many problem in blue tooth connectivity.

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    Aaj dostn ne din mein hi piladi i m in heaven. Blutoth sd karo ya usb se life is led. Live it.

    Quote Originally Posted by talktoanil View Post
    problem tumhare sex life mein hai beta :P
    whatever it maybe pls solve it baba.
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    This is a wonderful opinion. The things mentioned are unanimous and
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    Hi guys
    I have read your war about Nokia & SE and Bluetooth & Datacable and I want to tell something to you guys. Datacable is always faster than bluetooth. It doesnt matter wether bluetooth is placed near or far from the computer. Datacable is many times faster than bluetooth(probably 100). The trick told here to increase the speed of airtel internet will never work. Believe me I have tested it practically. And if I tell u about nokia and SE both are good companies with excellent product support. But if can check Cheaper models of SE have good bluetooth speed but Higher models of NOKIA are better than those of SE. It is due to the blutooth technology they use in their specific models. Their are many versions of bluetooth technology and both of the companies are developing them. If you want to know anything in personel just shoot me a mail. I will happily answer.
    STOP FIGHTING.....................................

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    Quote Originally Posted by mobile View Post
    HERE! iam gonna tell you how to increase your airtel prepaid gprs speed, you will notify the increasing speed when you connect your phone to pc/laptop..

    Do not connect your phone via data cable always use BLUETOOTH device and donot install bluetooth drivers on your pc...follow the steps

    1. buy a bluetooth dongle device available on any computer accessories shop less than Rs.200
    2. install nokia pc suite
    3.connect your bluetooth device to your usb slot
    4. click on nokia pc suit icon on desktop ...then click on manage connection select connect via bluetooth search your device and use your airtel gprs with maximum speed...
    I beg to differ as I think what U sd does make sense... but what abt data cable connection...isn't it speedy and there is chance that U mey get disconnected....
    I think its a good option if U do not have a data cable...
    Cheers ;)

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    USB 2.0 offers faster connection speeds over Bluetooth and the ability to transfer power, but Bluetooth often enables more flexibility, portability and range. The usual connection speed for Bluetooth devices is approximately 2.1 Mbit/s. Range varies depending on the devices involved and environment, but the range of a wireless Bluetooth signal often exceeds common USB cord lengths.the maximum rate of transfer for USB 2.0 is 480 Mbit/s, actual transfer speeds rarely reach that figure.As people have already said, USB 2.0 is way faster than BlueTooth. Only advantage is that BlueToothis wireless. But, it also consumes much more power and drains your battery on the mobile phone.I prefer to connect my mobile phone to the PC by using the USB connection, since it's more stable and faster than the Bluetooth interface.Do you have USB 2.0 or 1.1? Check in device manager and under Universal Serial Bus check to see if you have an 'enhanced' usb controller. If it is enhanced, then it is 2.0, if not, then it is 1.1 1.1 is MUCH slower than 2.0 You also may want to check to see if you have any 'other' or 'unknown' devices listed there. You may need to install a chipset driver to enable the 2.0 USB controller.
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    Default Airtel prepaid-Tip to increase gprs speed--www.espow.com

    What I use is airtel pre-paid mobile connections from the last two months the speed of access to the Internet, it offers me a 112kbps Internet use, but the trouble is, when I try to download any one give me only five or eight KBPS speed, so most want to help how to just can do it

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    Hey i am not telling that wireless technology is slower cause everything we are receiving is through satellites,etc. having nearly infinite distance.But always remember the carrier(wire/cable)designed are having more capability fr data transfer than your wireless bluetooth.

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    The real capping of internet speed is always done at the service provider side, so even if you connect your mobile to the PC using a fibre optic cable you will not get a faster speed than how much they allow. Although for the last few days my gprs pack has been downloading at 300kbps :X

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    Quote Originally Posted by nkgarg21 View Post
    Hi guys
    I have read your war about Nokia & SE and Bluetooth & Datacable and I want to tell something to you guys. Datacable is always faster than bluetooth. It doesnt matter wether bluetooth is placed near or far from the computer. Datacable is many times faster than bluetooth(probably 100). The trick told here to increase the speed of airtel internet will never work. Believe me I have tested it practically. And if I tell u about nokia and SE both are good companies with excellent product support. But if can check Cheaper models of SE have good bluetooth speed but Higher models of NOKIA are better than those of SE. It is due to the blutooth technology they use in their specific models. Their are many versions of bluetooth technology and both of the companies are developing them. If you want to know anything in personel just shoot me a mail. I will happily answer.
    STOP FIGHTING.....................................
    I am very new to internet. (Bangalore)
    I purchase a USB data card huawei E1750C, in that i use Airtel(2G) but my brousing speed is only 45kbps and download speed is only 15 to 20 kbps, when i download through torranto the speed is only 7 to 10 kbps.

    Could you please help me, how to increase my speed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by abani View Post
    I am very new to internet. (Bangalore)
    I purchase a USB data card huawei E1750C, in that i use Airtel(2G) but my brousing speed is only 45kbps and download speed is only 15 to 20 kbps, when i download through torranto the speed is only 7 to 10 kbps.

    Could you please help me, how to increase my speed?
    Hi abani, well let me explain a few things to you.
    All internet speeds are always measured in BITS per second not BYTES per second as we see it on our computers. You should always pay attention to the UNIT used in the speed. If you see a advertisement saying 1mbps. that means 1 mega bits per second. a small b means bits and a capital B is bytes. If you are unsure always ASK, or else you will find out the hard way :X. Now when you get 1mpbs(notice the small b so bits) you have to divide that speed by 8 to get the real speed you will see on your computer. so a 45kbps will give a max speed of about 45/8 5-6 kBps on your computer.
    Now about your low speed on your data card.
    ALL the data cards you buy on the market run in 2 speed modes.
    1. Is called the edge mode, or 1x its called on most datacards. This is basically your HIGH speed modem running in gprs mode.
    2. Is called the broadband mode, in this mode the data card will run at full speed. here you will usually get UP TO 3.1mbps or what ever has been advertised. This will only be possible if the datacard gets 3g signal.
    3. Is called the hybrid mode, this is a mix up of both of above the card will select the network with the best signal and start you up, in this mode you maybe be running in 3g mode or gprs mode. All data cards by default are configured to run in hybrid mode.

    What can you do?
    All data cards can be forced to run in a specific mode. I had a MTS data card a while back. I never used to run it in hybrid cause i didnt know if it was running in gprs or 3g mode. You can open the settings page for your modem. This is on the same page before you click on the connect button. In that page you can force the connection in to edge or broadband. In this page force your modem to run in broadband mode. This will cause the data card to search for a broadband signal and not just start up with a gprs signal.
    Hope it helps

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    Quote Originally Posted by niksad8 View Post
    Hi abani, well let me explain a few things to you.
    All internet speeds are always measured in BITS per second not BYTES per second as we see it on our computers. You should always pay attention to the UNIT used in the speed. If you see a advertisement saying 1mbps. that means 1 mega bits per second. a small b means bits and a capital B is bytes. If you are unsure always ASK, or else you will find out the hard way :X. Now when you get 1mpbs(notice the small b so bits) you have to divide that speed by 8 to get the real speed you will see on your computer. so a 45kbps will give a max speed of about 45/8 5-6 kBps on your computer.
    Now about your low speed on your data card.
    ALL the data cards you buy on the market run in 2 speed modes.
    1. Is called the edge mode, or 1x its called on most datacards. This is basically your HIGH speed modem running in gprs mode.
    2. Is called the broadband mode, in this mode the data card will run at full speed. here you will usually get UP TO 3.1mbps or what ever has been advertised. This will only be possible if the datacard gets 3g signal.
    3. Is called the hybrid mode, this is a mix up of both of above the card will select the network with the best signal and start you up, in this mode you maybe be running in 3g mode or gprs mode. All data cards by default are configured to run in hybrid mode.

    What can you do?
    All data cards can be forced to run in a specific mode. I had a MTS data card a while back. I never used to run it in hybrid cause i didnt know if it was running in gprs or 3g mode. You can open the settings page for your modem. This is on the same page before you click on the connect button. In that page you can force the connection in to edge or broadband. In this page force your modem to run in broadband mode. This will cause the data card to search for a broadband signal and not just start up with a gprs signal.
    Hope it helps
    Thank you very much.
    I am using Huawei E1750C (download 7.2 Mbps & Upload 5.6 Mbps) data card provide by aircel with their own software. When i insert the data card automatic the aircel sofware run and asking for connect.
    There is no option to force the modem to run in broadband mode.

    The real thing is when i purchase the data card from Aircel the plan is Huwei E1750C modem+3G aircel postpaid sim+3GB.
    after 5 days I unlock the Huawei data card and through mobile partner I use Reliance(2G) sim plan , Airtel(2G) sim plan.
    Now when I use the Aircel(3G) it works like 2G which is very slow.

    Please advice.

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    have you checked if you have used up all your data? cause if at 7.1mbps it doesnt take long to burn through 3gb, especially if you are using torrents, dont forget your usage is download + upload and no you dont have to DOWNLOAD a file, a simple website visit is usage .
    On MTS that i used i had a 12gb cap, after the 12gb that card would connect to broadband network but i would never get more than 144kbps speed. That could be happening to you.

    When the software opens look for a setting page, All these connect software are written by the same company, only they are themed to look different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by niksad8 View Post
    have you checked if you have used up all your data? cause if at 7.1mbps it doesnt take long to burn through 3gb, especially if you are using torrents, dont forget your usage is download + upload and no you dont have to DOWNLOAD a file, a simple website visit is usage .
    On MTS that i used i had a 12gb cap, after the 12gb that card would connect to broadband network but i would never get more than 144kbps speed. That could be happening to you.

    When the software opens look for a setting page, All these connect software are written by the same company, only they are themed to look different.
    I purchase the data card on 18th ded 2011, as per the aircel sofware the uses data is download is 714 mb and upload is 129 mb. (3GB for 1 Month). 1st day I downlod 259 mb kishore kumar songs through torranto at high (Max-275 Kbps) speed .

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    Hello,
    You have done a great job. I think it is applicable and economic. Thanks keep it up

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