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Topic # 5302 17-Oct-2005 21:32
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i just bought a sanyo mm-7400 i was wondering if i could go online throu the USB cable. i heard there is scripts for macs but is there any for the pc. and can you explain to me if this is free. i do have an unlimited internet plan with Sprint. please let me know how to get this working and what speeds i'm going to get.

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  Reply # 21639 17-Oct-2005 22:19
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You should contact your carrier (Sprint) for the rates, and for initial technical support to get connected if you havent already done so (unless any existing Sprint 7400 data users can jump in and tell us how?).

If you have contacted them, and are having trouble, let us know where you are up to.

The 7400 is a CDMA 1x phone, so you should expect speeds between 40 - 80 kbps, though here in NZ we mostly get over 100kbps on 1x.




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  Reply # 21642 18-Oct-2005 02:35
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Disenchanted: You should contact your carrier (Sprint) for the rates, and for initial technical support to get connected if you havent already done so (unless any existing Sprint 7400 data users can jump in and tell us how?).

If you have contacted them, and are having trouble, let us know where you are up to.

The 7400 is a CDMA 1x phone, so you should expect speeds between 40 - 80 kbps, though here in NZ we mostly get over 100kbps on 1x.


a friend of mine told me something about ev-do being 256k in the united stated via the sprint network. i justr wanted to make sure i get this info from people that are active with this protocol

Hope to get more info from other members.

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  Reply # 21651 18-Oct-2005 09:27
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The 7400 is only a CDMA 1x handset, it's not EVDO.




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  Reply # 21658 18-Oct-2005 09:54
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CDMA 1X - max 153Kbps
CDMA EVDO rev A - max 2.4Mbps (average around 300-500Kbps)




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  Reply # 21662 18-Oct-2005 11:31
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Slight amendment. ;p

CDMA 1X - max 153Kbps
CDMA EVDO Rel 0 - max 2.4Mbps (average around 300-500Kbps), upload max 153Kbps
CDMA EVDO Rev A - max 3.1Mbps, upload max 1.8Mbps

I'll definitely be interested in seeing how Rev A performs once they upgrade the network and release it. Course then there's still the matter of getting Rev A capable hardware to make use of the new bells & whistles. :)

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  Reply # 21667 18-Oct-2005 12:30
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I dont know if anyone else knows this, but due to Push to Talk (weither its on or off) the Sanyo phones cannot be used as modems, as the push to talk service takes up the data slot.


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  Reply # 21671 18-Oct-2005 12:58
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Good point, forgot to mention that was the case for NZ. 2manyproblems appears to be US based and I'm pretty sure the phones are configured differently over there, so you can still do data. Not 100% certain on that though.




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  Reply # 21673 18-Oct-2005 13:22
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jpwise: Slight amendment. ;p

Oops thanks, had a brain freeze or something...




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  Reply # 21674 18-Oct-2005 13:23
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SphinxNZ: I dont know if anyone else knows this, but due to Push to Talk (weither its on or off) the Sanyo phones cannot be used as modems, as the push to talk service takes up the data slot.

With the cost of CDMA PCMCIA cards having dropped dramatically, this is probably less of an issue these days. (although it would be nice to still have the capability).




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Reply # 21888 22-Oct-2005 12:38
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and with the point that until the 9000 comes out its still only mobile jetsream compared to EVDO on the data cards

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