Sprint Vision and Samsung A920 Review (1st Impression)

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Grew up back East, got sick of the cold and headed West. Since I was small I have been pushing buttons - both electronic and human. With an insatiable need for tech I thought "why not start a blog focusing on technology, and use my dislikes and likes to post on gadgets."

6 Comments to Sprint Vision and Samsung A920 Review (1st Impression)

  1. Hey, I don’t know how to put music on my samsung a920 without downloadin, my mom dont want me downloadin so how do u put music on my phone I put the little memory chip in the bigger SD chip i got with my phone. now where do i put that bigger chip?

  2. though i just realized her comment was left over a month ago. so if she didn’t figure it out now, she probably already got rid of the phone…

  3. to answer nikki’s question, you have to have a SD card reader. The SD card adapter comes with the phone and you upload music to that card and then you can listen to them on your phone. i don’t know about beign able to use the mp3s as your ringers though. Does anyone know about that? And also, what’s the purpose of the data cable? what data can be transferred? Phone #s? or only ringers?

  4. How can I download songs off of the computer to my a920? I just bought the phone off of ebay and dont know anything about it yet.

  5. Dawn Fleming

    Sprint at one point had the worst service. Back in the day you couldnt even TXT msg to Sprint phone unless you were a Sprint customer. Dont know if they fixed that, but I’m a Cingular fan.

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