Some Android phone users are getting some difficulty accessing the free version of Facebook for mobile. I’ve been using Samsung Punch for Facebook zero on a Sun Cellular network, and am not getting any problems aside from the slow connection of course.
Now that I got the new Samsung Galaxy Y Young that is running on Android, I also got some problems connecting to Facebook zero. I don’t know if anyone has done this, I accessed the mobile site using the this URL m.facebook.com and its working fine but it I know that it will cost me for the data charges. Then I add a number zero after the m and it worked, so I’m sharing this to you guys if your having the same issues. Here is the URL for reference and to avoid confusion.
This would probably work on any Android smart phones like iPhone using a browser, it won’t work using the Facebook app for Android. Although it connect using Enhanced Data rates for GSM Evolution (EDGE) of Sun Cellular, Smart subscribers can also try this out.
Just days after Samsung Philippines released the Samsung Galaxy Y, Smart Communications introduce the Netphone edition of it. Technically it has the same specifications but with the Netphone app developed by Smart that makes the difference, running on Android operating system is open source so anyone can create their own apps.
The Netphone app is like the BBM service of Blackberry that has its own network or some sort of a server that connects everyone with the same app installed for free. Storage of numbers in phone book is on a global directory so anyone can find their friends and you don’t have to worry about losing it. Check out more about the Netphone here.
Smart also has a competitive price for existing customers, with the rewards point system you can get the Samsung Galaxy Y for only P4,990 or P5,990 for prepaid plan with free 1000 worth of load. I’m excited to visit any Smart Center for a hands on experience of this smartphone.
Samsung Philippines released the new Samsung Galaxy Y, an entry level Android phone intended to replace your first Android smart phone. If your stuck with limited features, level app now with the Samsung Galaxy Y.
[threecol_one]Access the Android Marketplace
with over 150,000 free apps[/threecol_one] [threecol_one]Download Music and Videos
for free, anywhere on the web[/threecol_one]
[threecol_one_last]Play More Interactive Games
like arcade games, racing games, and more[/threecol_one_last]
It’s powered by Android Gingerbread OS, a 832 MHz processor to meet your need for fast response. Don’t worry about connecting to the web with its built in WiFi and of course an expandable memory of up to 16GB of storage. The Samsung Galaxy Y or Samsung Galaxy “Young” is priced at Php5,990 probably one of the cheap android phones in the Philippines.
Grab the FREE 2 limited edition ArtWraps if you buy from October 15-31, 2011 a great offer that would save you from buying a mesh case. Right? This would be a great upgrade to my Samsung Punch that I’m having problems with the installation of jar files.