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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Amaeloeze, Nov 20, 2012.

  1. Amaeloeze

    Amaeloeze Well-Known Member
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    I'm not able to use any data on my nexus 4 because my apn is not set up. I don't know how to set it up i've been looking and trying things but nothing is working can someone please help?! thanks
     

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  2. kismetgeek

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    That poster was incorrect about needing two different settings. your phone can only use one at a time.


    follow this guide:
    How to set up the right APN on your Nexus 4 | Android Central

    except leave the proxy field blank. You don't need it, and it will probably slow you down slightly.

    it's that simple, just those 5 or 6 settings in the APN, reboot, then you're ready to go.
     
  3. danielunde

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    What about the Galaxy S3 APN? Would it be the same?
     
  4. jhawkkw

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    Yes, APN settings should be the same across devices.
     
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  5. danielunde

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    What about if they are unlocked S3 and S4?
     
  6. jhawkkw

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    Shouldn't be a problem. APN settings for ST are mainly used so the phone knows the address of where to pull data and MMS from. Shouldn't matter which phone is used.
     
  7. SlyFerret

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    This is what I have configured on my and my wife's nexus 4 handsets. MMS has been working for us.

    # Straight Talk #
    Name: Straight Talk
    APN: att.mvno
    MMSC: http://mmsc.cingular.com
    MMS proxy: 66.209.11.33
    MCC: 310
    MNC: 410
    APN Type: default,supl,mms
    Protocol: IPv4
    Roam Prot: IPv4


    -SF
     
  8. ritchea

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    Because ST APN's seem to be fickle, especially with MMS, I've included what works for me. This DOESN'T mean the above settings won't work so try them first. I believe the numbers 66.209.11.33 = mms2.tracfone.com. I do not know if the port is necessary, but I have it. Note that :80 after the proxy numbers will work. I added the "hipri" when I was having problems with mms. It could be coincidental that mms started working after that. When I am on wifi, I usually have to turn it off for mms to send.
     
  9. smacdow

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    I just set up my Nexus 4 using the info from the straight talk sim support page:

    (go to this link and click on "Phone Programming")


    1. CREATE A NEW APN (ACCESS POINT NAME). ENTER ONLY THE SETTINGS LISTED BELOW:

    FIELD SETTINGS

    NAME: straight talk

    APN: tfdata

    PORT: 80

    MMSC: http://mms-tf.net

    MMS PROXY: mms3.tracfone.com

    MMS PORT: 80


    2. SELECT THE APN YOU JUST CREATED.

    3. DELETE THE OLD APN FROM YOUR PHONE IF POSSIBLE.

    It is working perfectly on my phone.
     
  10. john30308

    john30308 Well-Known Member
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    Ditto above. Been working for months no problem.
     
  11. Dmowry

    Dmowry Active Member
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    Just tried these settings today twice and was never able to get then to work. Back to the original att.mvno settings.
     
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