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Ritesh Warke On Wednesday, April 6, 2011
Here are the Steps:

1. Install Firefox 3.6 or lower Version.

2. Now install "url Suffix" plugin for firefox,just google to get it,or click here

3. Restart Firefox, Now go to tools and then in addons, you will find url suffix addon, in it's settings put the backquery as suffix.

4. Put proxy and port 8080 in Advanced > Network settings in Firefox.

5. Use rcomwap, balance should be atleast 1rs

Hope you got it now 

as suffix use ?id=wap.rworld.co.in or in DotProxy use this 0:id=wap.rworld.co.in iT works for me

This Post is written by: Ritesh R. Warke GPRS Expert & Webmaster. Ritesh R. Warke is a professional Ethical hacker, web designer and front end web developer.


ankit said...

i haven't understood where to put the backquery as suffix because i can only find tools>add-ons>Url suffix
plz help...!!

3G Expert Riteshrockss said...

@Ankit,Open firefox,go to TOOLS->ADD-ONS>now scroll to url suffix->Now infront of ENTER and bellow suffix in that blank space paste your backquery...Done...

ankit said...

and what to put in the blank space of prefix..??

3G Expert Riteshrockss said...

leave it blank,its for frontquery.

ankit said...

and u told, "as suffix use ?id=wap.rworld.co.in or in DotProxy use this 0:id=wap.rworld.co.in iT works for me."
can u tell in which suffix do i have to use?id=wap.rworld.co.in

3G Expert Riteshrockss said...

use ?id=wap.rworld.co.in

3G Expert Riteshrockss said...

here is another suffix i.e. backstring i.e. backquery http://riteshrockss.blogspot.com/2011/04/new-backquery-working-at-high-balance.html

ankit said...

does this work fr u...??

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