installing this Special Version, please first try
the STANDARD VERSION v3.6!
Some recent Windows Mobile 5/6 Smartphones establish
GPRS connection in a different way that standard version
of Smartphone GPRS Traffic Monitor cannot monitor.
This special version v3.51w is especially
built to target the issue.
This special version shares the same registration
with standard versions. If you purchased Smartphone
GPRS Traffic Monitor before, you don't need to purchase
Fully supports Windows Mobile Smartphones (2003, 2003SE,
WM5, WM6), Square, QVGA (240x320) and landscape screen.
- Monitor multiple connections simultaneously.
- Home Screen GPRS traffic display
with easy switch between Day/Month views.
- Friendly interface design, detailed
usage statistics at a glance.
- Connection status and IP address
- Multilanguage support - English,
French, German, Italian and Portuguese.
|How to Use
Make sure your phone can access
the Internet via GPRS.
Go to 'Start->Settings->Connections->GPRS',
you will see things like "O2 Internet",
"Orange GPRS", "Orange WAP"
or "Cingular MMS" etc.
The Internet, GPRS and WAP ones are normally the connections you want to monitor.
Open the connections you want
to monitor ("Menu/Edit" or simply press
the "Action" key), make a note of their "Access Point" (e.g.Orangeinternet).
Launch Smartphone GPRS Traffic
Monitor v3.51w, go to "Options".
In "Monitor Connections",
you will see items like "RndisFn", "RNDISFN1",
"WWAN1" and "WWAN-xxxxx-1" etc.
The "WWAN-xxxxx-1" ones are what we want
to look at, where "xxxxx" should be the
name of those "Access Point" (e.g. WWAN-Orangeinternet-1)
and corresponds to the connections in step 2. Simply
select/check the ones you want to monitor and press
"RNDISFN1" is the ActiveSync
connection established between your PC and the phone.
It can also be monitored if you want.