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Please do the following
1. Touch Menu.2. Touch Settings.3. Touch Wireless and network.4. Scroll to and touch Mobile networks.5. Touch Access Point Names.6. Touch the required APN.7. The APN settings will be displayed
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I do not have a touch screen.
I checked the options under the settings menu which are sound, display, phone, bluetooth, call settings and software update. under call settings there is an option called network selection but I cannot open it...
Thanks so much - I got as far as browser settings than I can
clear cache, cookies, preferences, certificates, about browser
ALSO - I HAVE TO LEAVE SOON FOR AN APPT. CAN WE CONTINUE ANOTHER TIME? OR, ANSWER BASED ON MY RESPONSE ABOVE AND I WILL GET HOME TO VIEW YOUR SUGGESTIONS. Thanks again, Janet
Your suggestions thus far have not led to the result we are looking for. In the meantime I found the codes for unlocking my Samsung Gravity phone. Altho the phone is unlocked it is somehow still a t-mobile phone menu-wise.
I learned another word "tethering" as in, my phone is "tethered" to t-mobile. Could there be a less-than-obvious code (similar, for instance, to the codes I used to unlock my phone)?
Do you think that I need to find someone who can "untether" my phone from t-mobile?
It is part of a list of items also inactive:
subset lock, SP lock, CP lock, SIM lock, Activa lock, auto network lock, auto subset lock, auto SP lock, auto CP lock, auto SIM lock, phone lock
Sure seems to mean that the phone is unlocked, doesn't it?
You won't believe this (or maybe you can believe) I did something that resulted in locking my current SIM card. I am working with the service provider to (hopefully) get it reactivated.
The code you just provided is not one I have tried (according to my copius notes, anyway). I will respond to your question about the code when I am a phone user once more.