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#82843 6-May-2011 11:58
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I have the samsung SGH-I897, it calls and texts fine, but wont stay connected to the 3g internet network. When I try to sync my phone to my google account, it comes up with an error message saying it can not find a reliable connection. Telecom say its a hard ware issue but seeing as they dont stock the phone they arnt willing to help. Anyone know whats wrong?

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  #466180 6-May-2011 13:21
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It's basically a Galaxy S the same as Telecom sell. Have you rechecked your APN settings??
http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=39&topicid=64219




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