Just put in any 4 character string for the username and password.
The example oft given is: gprs
Use the same string for username and password.
I think I'm answering your question...
On Sat, Jan 23, 2010 at 11:15, Frank Murphy (Frankly3D)
<frankly3d at gmail.com> wrote:
> Switched to o2 Student Discount Mobile,
> Got it set up on F12,
> Dongle recognised, PIN entered.
>> Then it looks for p\w.
> Which three.ie Mobile never looked for.
>> Would this be some availabe o2 p\w.
> Google threw no light.
>> Frank Murphy
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