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How i start wifi conection on samsung chat3353

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at first select>menu>apps>wifi>turn on.after that it ll search the available wifi connections nd then u hv to select a wifi connection..in the last go to the options nd select>start browsing.Now u can enjoy net browsing.for more detail send me email at bishnoivishal29@gmail.com..

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