on 30-04-2009 15:46
on 30-04-2009 15:57
If it's a network problem you shouldn't have to keep downloading settings unless you are resetting your phone. If this is necessary on a regular basis it sounds like you have a fault with your handset.
Hope this is some help.
Sky Unlimited Broadband - Windows 10 - Nexus 4 Android 5.1.1
on 30-04-2009 16:48
thanks im now getting some stupif http request was interrupted by the host message im seriously about to lose my temper with o2 im trying to find an important email from work off my mobile internet because i cant get to my computer its driving me around the bend!!
on 30-04-2009 17:57
I can't really be fussed with a call to them just now, let me know how you get on.
on 31-10-2010 18:08
"Im currently experiencing the same problem. I have HTC desire on contract but I have found the reason for this error
The "host" is not the site you are visiting but rather the new traffic / marketing server that o2 are using. Basically, everything you do on the mobile web is now being monitored and information is being collected by a company called Bango.
The guise is that it's just a content verification server but if you look up the company you'll see they collect your information for marketing purposes.
I was thoroughly **** off about it and called o2. They confirmed this and I've asked them to stop all my data being collected. The process takes 28 days. I'm sure there must be some law against this... look it up "