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Topic # 64459 16-Jul-2010 00:09
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Hi, I have had a Clove supplied imported HTC Desire for a couple of months and it has been going great guns up until yesterday. I can now no longer access the internet using the mobile network.  Wireless is fine. I don't know if there is a problem with the phone or something has screwed up my APN settings.  

Could someone do me a favour and post a copy of all of their Desire vodafone APN settings.  This will be a HUGE help. Ta.



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  Reply # 352171 16-Jul-2010 00:15
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Amazing what a search function can do on a web site :oP

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?topicid=60136&forumid=97&page_no=3

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  Reply # 352255 16-Jul-2010 11:06
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Did you sort this? If not I can send you my APN settings as I have just managed to sort this out with help from the guys on the forum

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 352517 17-Jul-2010 00:31
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Thanks guys for your prompt replies.

I seem to have fixed the problem i.e. I now have internet access and Exchange ActiveSync working again over the mobile network.

I'll post what I did here in case someone else runs into the same problem.

Two months ago I received my phone from clove and it just worked straight out of the box. Very impressed.

Two days ago my Mobile Network just started reporting it could not establish an APN connection to my Vodafone provider. Reboot - no change. Tested the simm card in another phone - simm card working fine.

I never knew what the original APN settings were, I assume they were entered automatically when I setup with my vodafone simm card. But with no joy getting an APN connection for two days I eventually erased the APN configs and entered the following (verbatim). The internet and activesync are now working again.

However, I haven't tested the MMS feature yet, so I can't attest to the APN2 settings working or not.

APN1

Name
Vodafone NZ
APN
www.vodafone.net.nz
Proxy
Not set
Port
Not set
Username
Not set
Password
Not set
Server
Not set
MMSC
null
MMS proxy
Not set
MMS port
Not set
MMS protocol
WAP 2.0
MCC
530
MNC
01
Authentication type
Not set
APN type
default

APN 2

Name
vfmms
APN
live.vodafone.com
Proxy
Not set
Port
Not set
Username
Not set
Password
Not set
Server
Not set
MMSC http://pxt.vodafone.net.nz/pxtsend
MMS proxy
172.30.38.3
MMS port
8080
MMC
530
MNC
01
APN type
mms

You can create APN through:
- Settings
- Wireless & networks
- Mobile networks
- Access Point Names
- menu
- New APN

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