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    Mobilicity APN Settings (and how to)

    Internet:

    apn: wap.davewireless.com
    proxy: 10.100.3.4
    port: 8080
    mcc: 302
    mnc: 320
    apn type: default, supl

    Note: mcc, mnc and apn type are present in android phones only! Ignore these for other phones


    MMS:

    apn: mms.davewireless.com
    mmsc: http://mms.mobilicity.net (or mms.mobilicity.net)
    mms proxy: 10.100.3.4
    mms port: 8080
    mcc: 302
    mnc: 320
    apn type: mms


    Note: mcc, mnc and apn type are present in android phones only! Ignore these for other phones



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    Instructions:

    Android:

    settings -> wireless & networks -> mobile networks -> access point names -> hit menu and choose 'New APN'


    Nokia/Symbian

    Menu --> Settings-->Connectivity-->Destinations

    Choose "Internet" or "Multimedia Message" as necessary.

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    I get an additional option "apn protocol" with 3 options:
    IPv4.0, IPv6.0, or IPv4.0/v6.0.

    What is the correct setting here?

    Thanks in advance.

    Sent from my Nexus S

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    IPv4.0

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    Apn settings

    Xtachx. The last time I posted a question about the APN setting, rather than becoming a leader you made a conscious decision to become a follower. Your response was extremely disappointing. So what changed? Because here you are providing the answer to the very question I posted a few months back. Was it the validation of becoming a Mod?
    PS. Check past post in the main forum for my post with your response and mind. Good luck with your new post
    and I hope going forward you do the responsible thing.
    Spunkyye.

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    I am sorry if there has been a misunderstanding but can you pls pm me with your question?

    Sent from my Nexus One using HowardForums

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spunkyye View Post
    Xtachx. The last time I posted a question about the APN setting, rather than becoming a leader you made a conscious decision to become a follower. Your response was extremely disappointing. So what changed? Because here you are providing the answer to the very question I posted a few months back. Was it the validation of becoming a Mod?
    PS. Check past post in the main forum for my post with your response and mind. Good luck with your new post
    and I hope going forward you do the responsible thing.
    Spunkyye.
    This is a forum. People collaborate on forums. xtachx isn't an agent or representative of Mobilicity so I'm not sure why you have any expectations.
    Managed to get Mobilicity to act and improve on 4 items.

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