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Re: Internet on my Samsung X820
Using the Internet Features of the Samsung SGH-X820 Super Thin Phone on any NETWORK:
Create the following CONNECTION ACCOUNTS on your phone...there are 4 CONNECTION ACCOUNTS below. Each is used for a different purpose.
Account Name: SERVICE PROVIDER (Used for MEdia Net or Browser Surfing. Set Browser to connect using this account in the Browser Settings.)
Access Point (APN): check with your service provider (In lowercase letters) USER: check with your service provider (In UPPERCASE letters) Password: Leave Blank HomePage: http://www.google.com Linger: 300 Proxy: Check Yes Box Proxy IP: check with your service provider (include all the zeros) Port: 8080 DNS: Leave Blank
Account Name: SERVICE PROVIDER (used for non-MEdia Net or when using phone as a PC Modem)
Access Point (APN): SERVICE PROVIDER (In UPPERCASE Letters) User: SERVICE PROVIDER (In UPPERCASE Letters) Password: Leave Blank Auth: Normal (if applicable on your phone) HomePage: Leave Blank Linger: 300 Proxy: Do NOT check Proxy IP: Leave blank or all zeros Port: Leave Blank DNS: Leave Blank
I hope that it will give you some idea..but if still not working check with your service provider I'm sure they can help you on this.
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many mobile phone companies dont provide drivers for linux.
But there is a software i would personaly recommend to you. Actually its not a software, its a shell script. Name of software is "Sakis3g". It can connect to mobile phones and other mobile devices which can be detected by linux kernel. You can use IR, Bluetooth, even USB cable to connect to your device.
You can use this software for the following
connect to mobile devices by IR, bluetooth, USB Cable
Send and receive files between computer and device
Access Internet from Device by Dial Up Networking
Browse files on Mobile device
Mount the mobile device on a user specified mount point or communication port. usually it mounts connected mobile device to /dev/rfcomm0. Through this port, you can communicate with the device .
Connect to USB Modem (Like Reliance DataConnect, TATA Photon, IDEA Netsetter etc.)
ability to connect to any locked/unlocked USB internet Modems (Zero Devices)
fully automated connection setup. No manual input is needed except to specify connection name.
You can find more details and download Sakis3g from this address http://www.linuxconfig.org/mobile-broadband-connection-and-sakis3g
try an antivirus called net protector . load net protector on your main pc, use a cable to connect your mobile to pc using a compatible software for data transfer.
mobile will get detected in the antivirus software,SCAN YOUR MOBILE may be u are lucky to get blue tooth woking , if the file has come through blue tooth netwoking , pushed by some one when blue tooth was on some time. OTHER WISE do a factory reset and save all data first. if this too fails then the blue tooth hardware/software has to be rectified.
Asuming you bought it sim free and not on contract then bought an unlock, you will most probably have to go through the o2 top up '4444' i think, and buy the online MB to use (not sure of the price myself) then they should send through the internet phone settings via SMS and then you just install it and it should have the settings on there.
i do recomend only doing this on contract phones though, as it can be quite costly if you dont have an internet browsing package.
Hope this helps.
you need to input the java password: *#9998*52824678255# then to transfer some application via bluetooth or cable, and make sure they have also the .jad file not just the .jar, so you can just install the thing... you can easily find a jad maker on the internet, so if you only have the jar files, you can make yourself the jad.
Transfer the files in your cell phone jad and
jar. Then type the code *#9998*52824678255# . It will show the code as *#9998*------------Then go to the jad file and
open it. It will install the application. To remember more easily the code is *#9998*javainstall#.