Alfredo - are you saying that the i320n cannot be connected to the internet via cingular? I have an i320n, and here in the LA/Orange County area it works great on the net.
everybody continues talking about the settings for cingular for the i320...do you guys want to understand that the i320n is a different phone and unfortunately the one being sold in the usa and there are no, i mean no settings to connect it to the internet via cingular. thanks alfredo
I juss switched from an 02 Mini S to this and i love it, its amazing, keys r a bit small but you get used to it.
Only question i have if anyone can help me or email me is. how can i make my own song a ring tone. Ive tried everything to set ringtones i transfered from my comp as ringtones but i cant get it. thanks
In my opinion, as a phone this is an awesome device. I'm coming from the RAZR and the audio quality makes the RAZR sound like I'm talking talking through a tin can. I haven't noticed any kind of feedback when talking on the phone outside in a windy area (one of my big complaints about the RAZR). The sound out of the main speaker is fairly loud, but if you can't hear it for some reason you can always turn on the amazing speakerphone and use the two stereo speakers on the back to hear (great for bars). Also, I've been using Cingular and have noticed a few spots where I used to have service are missing now (probably due to the lack of the 850 band). One other complaint I have is every once in a while the screen randomly locks and fades out, and I cannot soft restart. I have to take out the battery, then everything works fine after that. (anyone else having that issue?) Also, I can browse all web sites; those designed for mobile phones and normal sites as well.
Could someone rate the phone quality. Like a real cell phone or another PDA second thought. Better or worse than latest Blackberry?
Can anybody tell me if it can only browse wap pages? How about web pages? Many thanks !
Here is a link to connect your i320 to Cingular's internet. http://www.smartphonethoughts.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=77459&sid=4747d31e2b2fe08f5f9c49d8045d4a4e
You know that this phone is mainly a test to see how people like it then the main phones come out the following year blowing every other ones away. Look at the sgh-i600, supposed to have all the features this doesn't, all i hope is they don't use the 220mhz processor but use the 416mhz in this one, and make it quadband.
Did any one find out how to connect the Samsung i320n to the internet using Cingular service? I need help
setting for internet via Cingular:
Data Bearer: Packet data
Access Point Name: wap.cingular
User Name WAP@CINGULARGPRS.COM
Prompt Password: No
Great phone, gorgeous size and style...but does anyone know how to make it go in internet via GPRS settings in Cingular???? I tried everythong...went to all forums and websites to find settings...many different oprions but nothing appears to work. Has anyone been successful in getting this phone to go to internet with cingular? I also have an I320N.
Thanks for your help.
Actually i switched to this phone from Nokia 9300. The difference is so great, so my feeling that Nokia shall do something to stay in this buisness. The best things it has are: stereo playback, quite good camera/camcorder features, trouble free sync with outlook, it seems to be charging from USB (even its not documented feature), battery life is enough for 24 hours in my lifecycle (there are spare battery in the package, which you can charge separately), GSM reception not worse than Nokia. The strange things are: there is no possiblity to send contact by SMS (only by MMS/e-mail), no possiblity to configure GPRS to go off line after some idle time, no big variances with additional software (which is more question to microsoft), no possiblity to edit office documents and the build-in viewer is quite ugly, in MMS phone number shall be stored without any delimiters or it will fail to send. After all I'm satisfied and think it worth its money. Hope things i mentioned will be fixed in some software update.
I was wondering if any of you were able to send mp3 files to your phone. I have been able to send wallpapers and videos but not mp3 files through bluetooth...Any ideas?
just an fyi. I got everything working on the 320. I had to erase the factory settings for "connections" and input just the one for cingular. Also, the model I have is the 320n, which would account for the different look of the phone body and keypad.
Great phone. Awesome size and functionality. Everything works, I'm on tmobile.
by the way, this phone looks nothing like all the photographs... Much better, totally different design. The speakerphone is amazing, plus it comes with two batteries and an external charger. It's awesome so far, with the exception of being able to get on the net.
I just got this phone yesterday. Great looking/feeling/functioning phone, but i cannot get on the internet with Cingular. Anyone know how?