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Old July 17th, 2012, 02:04 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Try removing the two proxy ip addresses and the two ports listed in the APN settings. Be sure to write them down first in case you need to put them back in.

Settings>More>>Mobile Networks>Access Point Names
Tap on the APN listed (mine says T-Mobile US, but yours may be different depending on your carrier)
You should see two lists for proxies and two lists for ports. Tap on one and your keyboard will pop up. Delete the entries. Tap OK. Tap on the menu and save when you are all done.

You may need to reboot the phone after, I can't remember.
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