If you are using wap.google.com you’ll notice there are a lot of things that you can’t do when surfing around the web. The biggest problem is that you can’t store any cookies on your phone so you can’t login to many pages to check your various accounts. There is a solution! HoTTProxy is a WAP Proxy server that runs on your local machine and when you direct your WAP traffic through it, will store your cookies for you allowing you a much richer internet experience through your cell phone. This is mainly general information, but the specifics are for to LG enV vx9900. Here’s what you need to do…
Step 1. Download HoTTProxy (get the compiled executable)
Step 2. Create a folder and upzip the files into it – C:\HoTTProxy will do nicely
Step 3. Run HoTTProxy_Admin.exe – You’ll get the following message : You may connect to the HoTTProxy Admin at http://localhost:8085/
Step 4. Click the above link to get to YOUR local admin console. Bookmark this page.
Step 5. Click Create User, fill in at least the required fields, and click submit
Step 6. If your IP address from your ISP is dynamic (most are) you’ll want to set up a free account with DynDNS and either set up your router or download their ip updater software… more on this here
Step 7. If you are leaving everything else defaulted then forward port 9201 to the computer running HoTTProxy. More on port forwarding here.
Step 8. If you haven’t already, you’ll need to use BitPim to make your phone’s WAP settings editable… more on this soon.
Step 9. WAP Settings
-Set the primary proxy address with the address assigned by DynDNS.
-Set both primary port types to 9201, leave the home page on the phone to it’s default.
-Set the User Name and Password to the ones from your user setup
Step 11. Run HoTTProxy.exe . You may want to drop a shortcut into your startup folder or follow the directions here to set it up as a “Pseudo-Service”.
Step 12. Fire up the web brower on your phone and see how it goes! Make sure that HoTTProxy and it’s port are allowed by any firewall you may be running!
I’ll be updating this article so please leave comments with any problems you encounter or any steps I may have left out.