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Old August 9th, 2012, 09:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 3g green, white? no data, Help!!

Im having trouble using data or sending pic messages , and i notice my 3g icon goes from white to green,does anyone know what this means? is there a way to get my data woring on my own? I hate calling vm

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You discovered the indicator for when you have data. If it is white then you do not have a data connection. Green means everything is good to go. How is your signal strength generally?
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The LG Optimus Slider is a phone for Virgin Mobile. It's said to be the next generation of the LG Optimius V. On the surface, it appears nothing much is different aside from the hardware QWERTY slide-out keyboard. We've also get a 3.2 inch ... Read More



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