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Thursday, July 16, 2015

Manual GPRS, MMS, 3G Network Internet Settings on Your Android Mobile Phone

Manual GPRS, MMS, 3G Network Internet Settings on Your Android Mobile Phone


Here’s how to configure GPRS, MMS, and 3G internet settings on your network usingAndroid Phone. Android is most popular OS used on mobile brand like Samsung, HTC, Sony, LG, Motorola, Panasonic, Asus, Amazon, Acer and to our local manufactures likeCherry MobileMyPhoneDTCCloudfone, Torque, Starmobile, O+ plus. Steps provided below for manual configuration of your network settings to access mobile internet or send multimedia messages. You may continue reading more after the jump break.

How to configure GPRS, MMS, 3G network internet settings:



Accessing mobile network settings using Android 2.X versions


1.On your Android phone Menu, Go to Settings
2.On Settings, select Wireless & networks
3.On Wireless & network settings, select Mobile networks
4.Tap Access Point Names

Accessing mobile network settings using Android 4.X versions


1.On your Android phone Menu, Go to Settings
2.On Settings, tap on More
3.Then tap Mobile networks then select Access Point Names

(All network access point names will be display e.g  Smart, Globe, Sun
 From there you can edit, or modify your current network settings, just select the Access point name you want to modify. If you found no access point you may try steps below for manual configuration )
Smart Internet APN settings
Smart Internet APN settings


Globe APN settings
myGlobe INET APN settings Android JB

For manual GPRS/3G/MMS Configuration settings


4.Tap the Menu key then select New APN

5.Under Name text box enter APN name then OK
Ex.  Smart Internet, MyGlobe INET, Sun INTERNET or any name you want

6.Under APN text box enter APN then OK
Ex. internet, http.globe.com.ph, wap, minternet

7.Under Proxy text box enter Proxy then OK
Ex. 10.102.61.46, 203.177.91.131 or empty as some network doesn’t require proxy

8.Under Port text box enter Port number then OK
Ex. 80, 8080 or empty as some network doesn’t require port

9.Under Username text box enter username if required then OK
Tips: Most networks does not requires username, just leave it blank

10.Under Password text box and enter password if required then OK
Tips: Most networks does not requires username, just leave it blank

11.Under MMSC text box enter network MMSC then OK
Ex. http://192.40.100.22:10021/mmsc, http://10.102.61.238:8002, http://mmscenter.suncellular.com.ph  

Tips: This is for MMS settings you can leave it blank

12.Under MMS proxy text box and enter Proxy then OK
Ex. 192.040.100.020, 202.138.159.78, 10.102.61.46 or empty as some network doesn’t require port

13.Under MMS port text box and enter Prot number then OK
Ex. 80, 8080 or empty as some network doesn’t require port

14.Under MCC text box and enter MCC then OK
Ex. 515, or empty as some network doesn’t require port

15.Under MNC text box and enter MNC then OK
Ex. 02,05,03 or empty as some network doesn’t require port
02 - Globe
03 - Smart
05 - Sun Cellular

16. Select PAP on Authentication type.

17. On APN type, choose Internet if you are creating APN for browsing, select MMS if you creating an MMS APN. 

18.Leave other fields empty
Tips: Most networks doesn’t require details on other fields, you can leave it blank

19.Press the Menu key then Save.

Tips:

Steps may slightly differ on steps above depending on you phone and network. Just input the basic network details needed on your network correctly and it will work for you.

Note:
This is post created to help beginners.

If you want to configure your network settings you may read this post:
For Smart:
For Globe:
For Sun Cellular:

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