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I just brought the above phone and i thought it was 3G but i can't for the life of me get to connect to 3G. It doesn't say 3G anywhere in the settings. I thought this model came with 3G.
Can anyone help?
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Try Menu > Settings > wireless & networks > Mobile networks > Data enabled?
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Hold on, i could be in the running for dummy of the year!!!! i just remembered that i have trouble getting 3G on my other phone, i may have to go for a drive. it may be my location.
Will update!!!! aaaarrrrrggghhhhhh
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Hi, I dont understand your issue, all Android phones sold in NZ are 3G, if its a phone for XT's network then it has to be 3G as XT is a 3G only network.
can it be any clearer than that?
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