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Reliance Broadband's Modem - How to De-activate rcom.co.in

by Gatta / September 16, 2009 10:28 PM PDT

Reliance Broadband's Modem: ZTE brand, Model AC 8710
How to de-activate www.rcom.co.in log-in on
Connecting the Modem
========================================================

I have ZTE brand modem (probably model: AC 8710,
black color with Red color ring, a USB device)

Every time I click at 'CONNECT' to start the Wireless
BroadBand Service, the software activates: Internet
Explorer (my default bowser is: Sea Monkey) and
accesses site:

www.rcom.co.in and

then diverted to some page with very long URL + lots
of graphics


Well, this un-warranted activity, downloads about
600 KB or more of data and since I do 8 to 12
log-ins in a day, I will loose about Indian Rs 5,000
(US $ 110 +) in just one year


Question: Is there a file, which can be edited, so
that this monkey business can be stopped.


Incidentally, the giant monkey on User's Interface is
Logo of Zapak, to access the gaming site. Once,
the user or anyone else, who has access to this
modem get's hooked to playing game, then not
even GOD can save your money

While, I have not been able to find where the URL

www.zapak.com

is located, I was able to remove the display at
GUI, by deleting the 4 files which start with
Zapak??? . bmp at the Reliance sub-folder


Thnaks in anticipation


Frankie - Getting Robbed on Street Corners


Sept 17, 2009


p.s.: If any member is interested in de-activating
above listed 2 monkeys from Huawei brand
modem - model: EC-121, then post a reply
I have the solution

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Just wondering.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / September 16, 2009 11:15 PM PDT

Most Windows users install a firewall. Why didn't you block that site?

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'Playing with Fire' is not my cup of tea
by Gatta / September 17, 2009 11:08 PM PDT
In reply to: Just wondering.

'Playing with Fire' is not my cup of tea


Frankie

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Reliance Broadband's Modem - How to De-activate rcom.co.in
by RCOM_Care / July 17, 2013 10:48 PM PDT

Dear Customer,

We regret the inconvenience caused to you. This is to inform you that your concern has been noted. Please provide us your contact details such as Full name, Subscriber ID, and the type of Inconvenience you are facing, so that we are able reach you. Our team is eager to help you.

Cheers,

RCOMcare

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