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Topic # 151127 14-Aug-2014 18:11
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Trying to set up a Trail Camera for a friend .. it is made in China and doesn't seem to have a model number but is called the Most Cost-effective Scouting Trail Camera.

In the GPRS setup there are various country options, but not NZ .. then there is an MMS setup where one option is APN and then there is an APN setup where you could put something like wap.telecom.co.nz - currently it has a Telecom Sim card in it.

If anyone has solved this chinese puzzle your help would be appreciated.

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  Reply # 1108588 14-Aug-2014 18:22
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APNs settings are sticky posts in each carriers section here on Geekzone

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  Reply # 1108589 14-Aug-2014 18:23
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Spark doesn't use GPRS, you'd need to be looking at Vodafone/2degrees for that

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  Reply # 1108590 14-Aug-2014 18:25
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Oh good point thanks no GPRS on Spark



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  Reply # 1108632 14-Aug-2014 20:06
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Thanks for that .. I will try a Vodafone SIM and let you know.

Should the APN be set to www.vodafone.net.nz or internet or direct?

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