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Cricket flashed Droid 2 texting issues

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    I recently had Cricket flash my Droid 2 to their net... Now it seems I can only send text messages, and that is only if I restart my phone. I can't recieve texts at all. Can I fix this myself, or do I need to take it back to Cricket, and have them look at it ?
     

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    If your phone has the option for Access Points, you may want to check that they are configured correctly for Cricket's network. Below are the CORRECT APN settings for Cricket's network:

    Anywhere you see XXXXX you enter your Cricket phone number.
    Code (Text):
    1. Name: Cricket
    2. APN: cricket
    3. Proxy:<Not Set>
    4. Port:<Not Set>
    5. Username: XXXXXXXXXX@mycricket.com
    6. Password: cricket
    7. Server:<Not Set>
    8. MMSC: http://mms(dot)mycricket(dot)com/servlets/mms?X-Cricket-MDN=XXXXXXXXXX
    9. MMS Proxy:<Not Set>
    10. MMS Port: 8080
    11. MCC: 310
    12. MNC: 004
    13. Auth Type:<Not Set>
    14. APN type: default,supl,mms
    15. APN Protocol: IPv4
    16. APN Roaming Protocol: IPv4
    To get to Acess Points, go to Settings, then tap the More.. underneath Data Usage. Next select Mobile Networks, and then Access Points. If you do not see an access point called Cricket, create one with the above settings and save it as default.

    Hope this helps :)
     

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