only to end up having something that doesn’t work, that can be quiet frustrating.
Nethelpblog will help you with the correct Net10 APN settings that works 100 percent on Android, enabling you to set it up your self and start browsing the internet and sending text messages easily.
Net10 internet settings
A mind refresher about Net10, Net10 is a telecom carrier with customized phones, that offer pay as you go services on voice calls, text messages and to some extent internet services. Before you can do any thing on the internet on your Net10 phone you need to configure it. This configuration brings us to the term APN. APN is Access Point Name in full, this is the main point that connects your Android device and the Net10 network, with those two connected surfing the internet becomes easy.
Below is the steps to set up Net10 APN settings on your Android smartphones
Goto > Settings> Network >Acces point names > tab or click on menu and select add new apn. Then input the Settings below
Mms proxy: mms3.tracfone.com
Leave all other fields empty. The above have been tested on Samsung Galaxy smartphones and HTC specifically HTC one 1, running on blue sim cards AT&T network specific.
Here is a second setting if the above didn’t work, this is a backup Net10 APN settings.
APN NAME: NET10
APN: tfdata MMSC: http://mms-tf.net
MMS PROXY: mms2.tracfone.com
MMS PORT: 80
The above settings has been tested on some smartphones like Burst and Samsung galaxy s3. It can also work on Nokia Lumia, LG, Tecno, and to some extent Sony Xperia (if you know how to tweek it).
If it worked for you I’d appreciate it if you say so, if you know any other settings that works please feel free to post it here, as you’ll be saving a lot of people from headaches. Otherwise use the share buttons and share this with others, help them out today.
Important update This settings may not work on some device anymore, I’ve searched through amazon and found some smartphones that makes sense i.e it works
LG OPTIMUS L7
Motorola Moto G