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Anyone know what you can do with the hidden feature in the sounds directory of the A530??

Discussion in 'SAMSUNG' started by Hawaiiannights, Jun 21, 2003.

  1. Hawaiiannights

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    Location:
    Honolulu, Hawaii
    My Phone:
    LG LX8100
    Wireless Provider(s):
    Verizon..can you hear me now?
    Press Menu
    Then press 7 to go to the sounds section. When in the sounds section try press the "0" key.

    The prompt: "TTY/TDD" Lock comes up what do you think that does? I wonder what the code is to unlock it? Any suggestions? Let us know! Thanks!

    I know in the Mobile Web section if you press the "0" key it asks your for your passcode (the one you programmed, if not programmed then the last 4 digits of your telephone number. You then can access the WAP Id's and stuff so you can enter your own free wap sites instead of using verizons. I get mines for free through my company so it doesn't matter to much for me, but just though i'd share for those who didn't know. I read this in one of the other forum postings: Enter the waptunnel IP (207.232.99.109)
    Enter the waptunnel port (9200 or 9201) then you get free access to web.

    Aloha.....
     
  2. Mike516

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    hey, i have the A530. Im definitely looking to get free web access and not pay the extra money through Verizon for it. I just want to know where you put the address and port #s in??? Do you put them in Address1 and Port1, overriding the original ones?? and also, how is the free access different than through verizon.....are the features different??? thanks
     

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