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Master Geek
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Topic # 67337 31-Aug-2010 12:31
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Sorry for the super nub post...

My phone arrived a few minutes ago... but,

when I go into my mobile settings and click on APNs it just gives me a blank screen with a small APNs title up top....
Should I not have options to change my APN information?

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 374838 31-Aug-2010 12:32
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menu --> new APN...

Sorry folks im feelin pretty stupid right now

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  Reply # 374841 31-Aug-2010 12:33
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instructions on every single setting can be found in the android section of Geekzone

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  Reply # 374894 31-Aug-2010 14:35
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This was on the 4th page of the forums at time of posting:

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=97&topicid=65857

APN details are in the thread above.

(I swear it wasn't that long ago that I read that post, these forums are moving fast)

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  Reply # 374904 31-Aug-2010 14:49
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Wrong link above  (unless you are in Indonesia) , use these assuming you are on Vodafone of course ;)

APN1

Name Vodafone NZ
name www.vodafone.net.nz
Proxy -
port -
username -
password -
server -
mmsc null
mms proxy -
mms port -
mcc - 530
mnc -
apn type - default (type this in)

APN 2

Name vodafone NZ-MMS
apn live.vodafone.com
proxy -
port -
username -
password -
server -
mmsc http://pxt.vodafone.net.nz/pxtsend
mms proxy 172.30.38.3
mms port 8080
mcc 530
mnc 01
apn type mms (type this in in lower case)

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  Reply # 374914 31-Aug-2010 14:58
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my bad -.-" thanks ... curse not being able to edit!



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  Reply # 374919 31-Aug-2010 15:02
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I knew what the settings where, you all seem to be miss understanding my first post, the question was HOW to enter these settings, NOT what they are...

Which I solved about 15 seconds after posting.

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  Reply # 374922 31-Aug-2010 15:05
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Sorry for helping.



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  Reply # 374925 31-Aug-2010 15:10
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Not to sound like a rude twat, and I mean this in the nicest way possible,but its not really helping when you are providing information that is not needed/asked for...


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  Reply # 375106 31-Aug-2010 21:37
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Whoa lol can you say misunderstanding?

Those setting sreally need to be stickied... hard to find buried where they are!
I wonder what else is buried in those looooong threads! lol

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  Reply # 375434 1-Sep-2010 19:12
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kiwitrc: Wrong link above  (unless you are in Indonesia) , use these assuming you are on Vodafone of course ;)

APN1

Name Vodafone NZ
name www.vodafone.net.nz
Proxy -
port -
username -
password -
server -
mmsc null
mms proxy -
mms port -
mcc - 530
mnc -
apn type - default (type this in)



Can you clarify that? Mine has:
Name:
Apn:

Not name, name.....
And I can't get it to work...

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Reply # 375459 1-Sep-2010 19:56
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Ha!
spot the n00b..... I made a typo

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