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Hi all, i recently brought a 9700 bold and am on o2 now where i work is out in the country and get most of the time no signal what so ever (my previous i phone did thou?) anyways i seen the uma that orange offer and we have an active wi fi connection in work so was gonna try this. when goin to set it up on my 9700 there was no option for connection preferance? now the phone i believe was originally from vodafone but is unlocked.

now the wierd thing is on my friends phone her 9700 has the option is there a reason i dont have this option and is there away i can get it

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The carrier branded on the phone must match the network you're connected to.
(And that carrier needs to support UMA.)
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