Support Unable to configure BSNL 3G on Samsung Galaxy Note (India)

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by darkmav, Dec 2, 2011.

  1. darkmav

    darkmav Well-Known Member
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    Hi,

    I have a Galaxy Note with a BSNL Prepaid SIM on which 3G has been activated by BSNL. However, I am unable to configure the access points and retrieve settings for the internet and MMS APNs, because it seems BSNL's send a message to 58355 to get handset configuration service does not recognize this phone. When I called their customer service on 1503, the folks there were also clueless and after 3 phone calls, I gave up trying to get information from them.

    I am sure someone with a Galaxy S2 (which has been around much longer now) must have used BSNL 3G in India. How was it configured?

    I tried adding 'bsnllive' manually as the access point, but this does not help.

    Thanks in advance!
     

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  2. red dragon

    red dragon New Member
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    Hi,
    It is simple really,just write bsnlnet(not bsnllive) as APN,you are done.
    Reboot and enjoy.
    I do not have the note,but I guess it must be same for GS2,which I have.
     
  3. darkmav

    darkmav Well-Known Member
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  4. darkmav

    darkmav Well-Known Member
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    Has anyone noticed significant downtime on BSNL 3G over the past few days? My Note is unable to stay connected to the 3G network for a significant period. Could there be a bug in the Note's firmware? Packet data is activated.
     
  5. ayongkot

    ayongkot Well-Known Member
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    i'm in europe and maybe this is not the case in your area, but here the apn setting automatically done upon inserting a new sim. if this is not the case, i simply go to settings/mobile networks/APN hit menu and click on reset to default then reboot your phone. apn settings should be automatically restored.
     

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