Question about Cell Phones
When I start a diagnostic of the communication module, I've got this message "APN not defined". I know where to set it but my mobile phone contract doesn't allow GPRS and besides I don't need it for sending SMS and voice call. How can I completely disable GPRS on my PM Pro ?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You have to save all your data first , then you have to format the handset by switch off and then pressing * and 3 and green button and the power button all at the same time un till it asks about country setting and time etc
Posted on Jan 12, 2010
SOURCE: at command supported phones
AT command supported phones are
2100, 3610, 5210, 8210, 8250, 8290, 8850, 8855, 8890
R520, R310, R320, T28, T39, T68, T68i, R600, T610, T310
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
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Access Point Name (APN) is a computer protocol that typically allows a user's computer to access the internet using the mobile phone network.
On a technical level it is a configurable network identifier used by a mobile device when connecting to a GSM carrier. The carrier will then examine this identifier to determine what type of network connection should be created, for example: what IP addresses should be assigned to the wireless device, what security methods should be used, and how/or if, it should be connected to some private customer network.
More specifically, the Access Point Name (APN) identifies an IP Packet Data Network (PDN), that a mobile data user wants to communicate with. In addition to identifying a PDN, an APN may also be used to define the type of service, (e.g. connection to wireless application protocol (WAP) server, multimedia messaging service (MMS)), that is provided by the PDN. APN is used in 3GPP data access networks, e.g. general packet radio service (GPRS), evolved packet core (EPC).
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