I lost my Samsung Galaxy S mobile earlier this week. It has been a bit of a laggard in terms of smartphone performance anyway, although I didn’t quite mind it and had started to be accustomed to it.
I was looking around and got a Motorola machine – a throwback to my early days. It’s not as clunky as I thought, and I quite like it, but somehow, it’s not letting me turn on the data connection except through wi-fi. I’d have to google the solution I guess. It’s the Motorola Atrix android version, does anyone know how to do this?
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