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    AT&T HSPA+ APN settings?

    As an addition to my postpaid Sprint and VZW line's, I am going to use an AT&T ST Sim in an AT&T Branded HTC One XL, I know LTE won't work but what are the best APN settings for ST, should I use the one's included with the BYOD SIM and the Proxy?

    Also does anyone know if the AT&T HTC One XL will take a Micro or Regular SIM?

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    Use the ones included with the byod sim. It takes a micro sim.

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    I'm using the settings that came with the sim and all is well other than i cant access the internet...any ideas? using a Samsung captivate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cdragonm View Post
    I'm using the settings that came with the sim and all is well other than i cant access the internet...any ideas? using a Samsung captivate.
    There is a free app on market called Tweaker....it auto sets your apn settings. Try that. Try it first with ST ATT settings and if that does not work, try it with net 10 ATT settings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jkool View Post
    There is a free app on market called Tweaker....it auto sets your apn settings. Try that. Try it first with ST ATT settings and if that does not work, try it with net 10 ATT settings.

    Sent from my SGH-T959 using Tapatalk
    The app is called "TWEAKKER APN for Internet MMS".

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    Set the data APN to att.mvno, leave the other fields blank.

    You'll get the same HSPA+ and the data speeds that post-paid AT&T customers get, you just are paying less for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dustman81 View Post
    Set the data APN to att.mvno, leave the other fields blank.

    You'll get the same HSPA+ and the data speeds that post-paid AT&T customers get, you just are paying less for it.
    This will not enable picture messaging, only data. H2O Config is another app that will set it up automatically.
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    Thanks all, one other question. I know the Sprint iPhone unlocked only works with international carriers and not AT&T. Would a ST Sim be recognized as international in the iPhone or native AT&T?


    Sent from my iPhone 4S on Sprint using Tapatalk

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wireless Junkie View Post
    Thanks all, one other question. I know the Sprint iPhone unlocked only works with international carriers and not AT&T. Would a ST Sim be recognized as international in the iPhone or native AT&T?


    Sent from my iPhone 4S on Sprint using Tapatalk
    ST SIMs are seen by phones as AT&T or T-Mobile, so they won't work in CDMA (Sprint or Verizon) iPhones. Also, the GSM side of CDMA iPhones is probably frequency-locked to 900/1800; if so they will never work in the U.S. (850/1900).

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    Dude, the specs for the 4S are not that hard to find:

    http://www.apple.com/iphone/specs.html

    The 4S will reject SIM cards from AT&T and T-Mobile, but people have figured out a way around that. Requires a jailbroken phone, of course:

    http://gizmodo.com/5904166/how-to-un...e-4s-right-now

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    It would have to be able to work in Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, Central America and South America which might use 1900 MHz and/or 850 MHz. The phone blocks SIM cards with the Mobile Country Codes for the United States.
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