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Question: I have a USB data cable for the A310, what can I do with it?

Discussion in 'SAMSUNG' started by Hawaiiannights, Jun 15, 2003.

  1. Hawaiiannights

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    Location:
    Honolulu, Hawaii
    My Phone:
    LG LX8100
    Wireless Provider(s):
    Verizon..can you hear me now?
    I bought the data cable from Radio Shack, actually to use with my new SCH-A530, but I also have a A310. What can be done to the A310? Can ringtones be added? Thanks in advance!!
     
  2. Letitride

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    My Phone:
    Moto K1m/V3m/E815//V60s
    Wireless Provider(s):
    VZW, AT&T
    The USB Cable for A310/A530 should allow you to connect the phone to a laptop computer & function as a modem, 1XRTT if you subscribe to Hi-Speed Access on VZW, great on nights & weekends especially if you have unlimited usage. Search this forum for related discussion topics.

    The USB Cable will also allow you to edit & manage your phonebook entries, including backups & restores.

    SnapSync & SnapDial software needed to run these applications - or the OEM Mobile Office Kit from VZW. A310 does not support BREW or ringtones download.
     
  3. ai

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    Is there a number you have to dial to access the Internet or do you automatically get connected to the Verizon's Wireless Data Service once you connect your phone to a laptop?
     
  4. damartian

    damartian Junior Member
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    under the dialup connection, put 777.
    other than that, call verizon, that's what their techs are for, and if you have any problems, they can help fix it with you.
     

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