Not sure as in the earlier T-Mobile branded Samsungs, it would default to the 3rd Profile when you turned it on. The T809 only has the 1st Profile for the T-Mobile GPRS occupied. So if you aren't going to use T-Mobile as your carrier, then the best thing would be to just overwrite the T-Mobile GPRS settings with your own and then it will be the only settings to use.
Originally Posted by dada21
My Cingular branded Samsung phones all seem to stay on the last Profile for the GPRS settings so I don't usually have to double check to make sure the one I was using last is still set.
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