I've been able to get the proxy nd all the other settings to get on the web via cellphone, i've gotten these things from my carrier Cingular/ATT, but now it says "Connecting" but it doesnt connect and i am not able to download MMS, can anyone help me with this problem.
i have a Motorola L7 SLVR
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NET10 operates on either the T-mobile network or AT&T network here are the APN setting for both carriers:
Net10 AT&T APN service
If the one you are running on is AT&T, please enter the following values on the APN: Name: net10 APN: tfdata MMSC: http://mms-tf.net MMS proxy: mms3.tracfone.com MMS port: 80 Any fields not noted above should be left blank Net10 T-Mobile APN service
If on the other hand your net 10 service is based on T-Mobile network, use these values instead: Name: net10 APN: wap.tracfone MMSC: http://mms.tracfone.com MMS proxy: Leave in blank MMS port: 8080 Any fields not noted above should be left blank
To set the APN go to Settings>More>Mobile networks>Access Point Names>Menu>New
The first thing you'll need to do is find the right APN settings for the network you want to use. For example below are the APN settings for Straight Talk. Name- straight talk APN-tfdata Port-80 MMSC-http://mms-tf.net MMS Proxy-mms3.tracfone.com MMS Port-80
Once you have all this information, grab your phone. Settings>wireless/network settings. More options>mobile networks.
Once you found mobile network settings, rest will be the same on all devices. Look for "Access Point Names" then tap on it.
You should see a list with at least one APN. Add new.
This is where you will enter the settings you got from your carriers website. 2 very important things here:
1.Not every setting in the "edit access point" screen will need filled in. 2.Be sure to type in everything exactly as provided by your carrier. Once you have settings provided by your carrier entered, you need to save the APN. You do that by pressing the 3 dots in upper right and selecting "save" option.
Once your APN information is saved, go back one screen to the list we saw earlier. On this screen, tap the new APN settings you just entered to make active.
If your laptop and phone have a bluetooth connection, connect them via bluetooh with PC suite or PC studio which can recognize your phone and send photos by exploring your phone.
Otherwise try cable connection. If both said are not possible, send photos to your email via mobile internet and download them from your email by accessing from your PC.
Make sure you have mobile web/internet access on the cell and that you have mobile web/internet access in your pricing plan.Most of the time the mobile web/internet feature is under messaging/email.All depends on how the menu's are set up on phone.You can also refer back to the owner's manual.Good Luck!
ok generally if you have to access your photo message via a website it means you dont have the mms gateway settings for your mobile provider, I would 1st of all go to your mobile providers website and search for mms settings.
As an example I will give you my New Zealand Vodafone provider settings which is APN vodafone.net.nz we must also use an IP address that defines the mms proxy server which is 172.30.38.3 via port 9201
If you google or search your providers website"Wireless data portal (insert mobile provider name and country code)" can sometimes find a list that will allow you to choose your mobile brand and model, enter your phone number and then you will receive the setting automatically via sms.
It would help if you could inform us who your mobile provider is, other than that give them a call and Im sure they will be able to install the relevant setting for you at a retail outlet.
1: WAP Setting Select SIM 1 or 2 depend where you place your sim Edit Profile T-mobile internet Homepage...http://wap.myvoicestream.com Data account: GPRS connection type. Select http proxy address216.155.165.050 proxy port: 8080 2. Data Account. Select GPRS edit GPRS Account name GPRS Edit APN: WAP.VOICESTREAM.COM Auth. Type Select: SECURE
try this menu then settings then connectivity then network then access point then new access point then fill in it is case sensitive so do it exact name: MEdia Net bearer setting: gprs APN: wap.cingular user id: WAP@CINGULARGPRS.COM Password: CINGULAR1 Primary server: 066.209.011.061 Secondary 000.000.000.000 then save it
then go back to menu then internet then settings then network profiles then new profile then fill in name: MEdia Net homepage: device.home proxy: on ip address: 066.209.011.061 port number: 9201 access point MEdia Net then save then options then activate
then menu then messaging then settings then multimedia then network profiles name:MMS homepage mmsc.cingular.com proxy: on ip address:066.209.011.061 port number: 9201 access point MEdia Net then save then activate you may have to highlight mms to activate .
This worked for me. Good Luck!!!
Do you know if the GPRS from BSNL is using a proxy or not? If it uses a proxy or to find out, go to Start > Settings > Connections > Connections then tap on Managemyproxysettings (If it says setup my proxy server it probably isnt using one and may be another issue.)
It will give you the proxy address and port which needs to be setup on the computer to get access. If it does have a proxy then follow the following steps:
On the computer go to Start > ControlPanel > InternetOptions > Connections tab and click LanSettings at the bottom.
Put a check where it says use proxy and enter the proxyaddress and port that we find on the device then click OK and OK and test.
Note: If you see something like 192.168.1.1:8080, everything before the : is the proxy and after the : is the port. Also, if you connect to a different connection later, these proxy settings can prevent you from connecting, so remove them if your not using the device as the modem anymore.