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I don't have Wi-Fi is that why I cant set up my brand new Galaxy S 111

Do I need Wi-Fi to have this phone

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If you have the Galaxy S III then your plan should have internet on it, therefore no.

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No, thats not the reason, you do not have to have wifi but you should have a subscription from a phone company that provides data, otherwise it can become very expensive for you.
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Posted on Jul 31, 2012

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SOURCE: galaxy samsung phone. He can't find wi-fi

He should read the manaul or call his cell phone provider's tech support.
If he still can't find wi-fi the wi-fi is turned off or hidden which can be corrected by the person who manages the wi-fi acces point.
I hope this helps him.

Posted on Jun 16, 2011

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when i go into my connectivity i don't see any option for WLAN...do i need an update or anything like that?

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By default Androids phones (including Samsung Galaxy Tab) are set to automatically configure IP address, Gateway, Netmask and DNS address of wi-fi network.
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