Doro 6520

Doro 6520

I can't use the internet connection on my Doro 6520 Proprietary OS

Cause 1 of 4: Your phone hasn't been correctly set up for internet

Several functions on your phone require an internet connection, e.g. the internet browser, sending of email messages and installing apps.

Solution: Set up your phone for internet.

Step 1 of 17

Find "Internet profile"

Press the Navigation key.

Step 2 of 17

Find "Internet profile"

Select Settings.

Step 3 of 17

Find "Internet profile"

Select Connectivity.

Step 4 of 17

Find "Internet profile"

Select Internet profile.

Step 5 of 17

Create new data connection

Press the Left selection key.

Step 6 of 17

Create new data connection

Select Add.

Vodafone Internet
Step 7 of 17

Create new data connection

Highlight the field below "Account name" and key in Vodafone Internet.

live.vodafone.com
Step 8 of 17

Enter APN

Highlight the field below "APN" and key in live.vodafone.com.

Step 9 of 17

Select connection type

Highlight the field below "Connection type".

Step 10 of 17

Select connection type

Select HTTP.

Step 11 of 17

Turn on use of proxy

Highlight the field below "Use proxy".

Step 12 of 17

Turn on use of proxy

Select Yes to turn on the function.

10.24.59.100
Step 13 of 17

Enter IP address

Highlight the field below "Proxy address" and key in 10.24.59.100.

80
Step 14 of 17

Enter port number

Highlight the field below "Proxy port" and key in 80.

Step 15 of 17

Enter port number

Press the Right selection key.

Step 16 of 17

Save data connection

Press the Left selection key.

Step 17 of 17

Return to the home screen

Press Disconnect to return to the home screen.

1 Find "Internet profile"

Press the Navigation key.
Select Settings.
Select Connectivity.
Select Internet profile.

2 Create new data connection

Press the Left selection key.
Select Add.
Highlight the field below "Account name" and key in Vodafone Internet.
Vodafone Internet

3 Enter APN

Highlight the field below "APN" and key in live.vodafone.com.
live.vodafone.com

4 Select connection type

Highlight the field below "Connection type".
Select HTTP.

5 Turn on use of proxy

Highlight the field below "Use proxy".
Select Yes to turn on the function.

6 Enter IP address

Highlight the field below "Proxy address" and key in 10.24.59.100.
10.24.59.100

7 Enter port number

Highlight the field below "Proxy port" and key in 80.
80
Press the Right selection key.

8 Save data connection

Press the Left selection key.

9 Return to the home screen

Press Disconnect to return to the home screen.

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