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Old September 5th, 2013, 07:30 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default [Resolved]Orange/EE mobile data

So... I have an O2 branded HTC ONE.
they have sent me the unlock code and I have put my Orange/EE SIM card in it.

Phone calls work fine but Mobile data doesn't.

I have found the below on EE website but they don't seem to work:

Find out how to manually setup internet on your HTC One, just follow these simple steps.
Finding the Settings
  • Open the Applications list
  • Tap on Settings
  • Tap on Mobile networks
  • Tap on Access point names
  • Tap the 3 dots at the top right of screen
  • Tap on new APN
  • Enter the following information

Data Settings
  • Name = MMS
  • APN = everywhere (case sensitive)
  • Proxy = Leave Blank
  • Port = Leave Blank
  • Username = eesecure
  • Password = secure
  • Server = Leave blank
  • MMSC = Leave blank
  • MMS proxy = 149.254.201.135
  • MMS port = 8080
  • MCC = 234
  • MNC = 33
  • Authentication type = PAP
  • APN type = mms
  • APN protocol = IPv4
  • Bearer = Unspecified
  • Tap the 3 dots at the bottom right of screen, then select Save.
I can't see where to choose the APN Protocol but everything else has been entered correctly.

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That looks like the MMS APN. You'll also need an APN for mobile data.

It might be as simple as choosing APN type as Internet & MMS. Try that (if it's an option) and see whether it works.

Otherwise, just looking at mine what I can see for my second APN is:

Name: Internet
APN: everywhere
Proxy: Not set
Port: not set
Username: eesecure
Password: (doesn't show, but I think "secure" is the answer again)
Server: not set
MMSC: not set
MMS proxy: not set
MMS port: not set
MMS protocol: WAP 2.0 (I suspect there's nothing to set there either)
MCC: 234
MNC: 33
Authentication: PAP
APN type: default, hipri
APN enable/disable: enabled
Bearer: unspecified
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sorted it!
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All I had to do was leave the APN type blank
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