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confusedmom
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3G

Hey, I just got the new Nook 3G+Wifi and I don't know how to get the 3G to work. How do you activate it? How is it used with the Nook?

 

Thanks for the help!

Doug_Pardee
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Re: 3G

The 3G is automatically activated if it's needed (and airplane mode isn't turned on to block it). NOOK tries to use Wi-Fi instead if that's possible.

 

If you really want to see 3G work, go to the Wi-Fi menu and be sure airplane mode is off, then turn off Wi-Fi, then go to Shop.

 

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