Net10, can send MMS but can not receive MMS
Thursday 21st of February 2013
I just activated my Nexus 4 on Net10 tonight. It's a temporary thing and will be back to Straight Talk after a few weeks. However I have an issue with MMS right now. I played with the APN settings and and was finally able to send MMS and people are receiving them fine. But when they reply back with MMS, I can't receive them. Texts works fine. Data is fine. Only receiving MMS doesn't work. Here is my APN setting that allowed sending MMS but can not receive MMS: APN: tfdataMMSC: MMS proxy: 188.8.131.52MMS port: 80 I have tried the following setting suggested by Net10 and can not send nor receiving MMS: APN: tfdataMMSC: MMS proxy: mms3.tracfone.comMMS port 80 So that obviously doesn't work. Anyone have suggestions? I'm on 4.2.2.
NET10 BYOP APN Settings
Sunday 13th of January 2013
I have two phones currently sharing one NET10 AT&T BYOP SIM card and wanted to share the APN settings, as they vary from one device to the next, even using the same SIM card.Setup 1: (Samsung Captivate Glide)Name: NET10APN: wap.tracfoneProxy: Not setPort: Not setUser Name: Not setPassword: Not setServer: Not setMMSC: http://mmsc.cingular.comMMS proxy: 184.108.40.206MMS Port: 80MCC: 310MNC: 410Authentication type: Not SetAPN type: Internet+mms+suplSetup 2: (Motorola Atrix 2) - Initial settings & instructions as provided by NET10 CSR at NET10 Forums:From the home screen, press Menu Select "Settings" Select "Wireless and networks"(make sure that "Flight Mode" is unchecked) Select "Mobile Networks"(make sure that "Use packet data" is checked) Select "Access Point Names" Press Menu Select "New APN" The following fields appear: Name: Straight Talk (or NET10) APN: att.mvno Proxy: proxy.mvno.tracfone.com Port: 80 User name: leave this field blank Password: leave this field blank Server: leave this field blank MMSC: h
How do you change APN settings on Galaxy Note?
Monday 06th of August 2012
I put a Samsung Galaxy Note on Net10 Service and I have to change the APN settings so I can use the multimedia messages and get on the internet, and I have no idea how to do that. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Add/Change APN settings in AT&T galaxys4
Friday 03rd of May 2013
I am trying to set up my AT&T S4 for NET10 service provider. Everything was going fine until I needed to add/edit the APN settings so that I can use data and MMS. How do I make it so that the APN settings can be added/changed. Obviously AT&T has this blocked out. Thanks for any help. I am willing to learn and make changes, but I just need to know the steps and a way out if necessary so that the phone doesn't become a paperweight. more info....I have a Samsung Galaxy s4 SGH-1337. It is locked to At&T network but I am using it with the NET10 service provider which utilizes the AT&T network. I need to be able to change the APN settings for NET10, but when I go to the area to edit/add this information I cannot change any of the AT&T APN settings because they are greyed out and unchangeable. Will UNLOCKING my phone allow me to be able to change the APN settings?? I can currently make calls and texts on the AT&T network using the NET10 service. But, because I cannot change the APN settings, I cannot access Data or MMS. I'm trying to figure out if unlocking is the r
Net10, can send MMS but can not receive MMS - Page 2
Friday 22nd of March 2013
After so much looking and no help from Net10, I decided to check out other mvno's forums including solavei, straighttalk, and simple mobile. Non of the APM settings would work but guess what, I finally made it happen all thanks to this guy from solavei who had the same problem. So here is the APN settings for NET10 and for MMS to work!! I tried it out and it worked but like always the chances of working after hours will depend and I will update this post to see if anything changes. One last thing I first I tried out GO SMS pro and it worked, I then tried the stock messaging app and it works as well.... I TRIED THIS ON A AT&T BRANDED SAMSUNG GALAXY S3 i747 that is unlocked. Here's the APN settings: Name: net10APN: tfdataMMSC: MMS Proxy: mms3.tracfone.comMMS port: 80MCC: 310MNC: 410APN type: default,admin,fota,mms,supl,hipri Now leave the other areas as they are if not listed, meaning leave them as not set What these two websites have in common is the APN type, under straight talk, which is close to NET10. Samsung Galaxy S III need help w/ APN settings for switching to Straight
Can't change the APN settings
Monday 03rd of June 2013
I can't change the APN settings on my unlocked att note. I went with Net10 but can't change the APN settings. I can get to the edit APN settings page but the settings seem to be locked. I can't change anything. Can anyone tell me what to do?
net10 mms issue
Sunday 09th of June 2013
I've read several of these threads and have tried several APN configurations. Here's the scoop: Unlocked nexus 4. At&t compatible sim card. New net10 customer as of this week. I can text myself on my new phone no problem, as phone customer support had me try every time. When my wife texts me from her still-Verizon iPhone 4, I'm receiving the texts on my old iPhone 4 which I thought was supposed to be out of the picture by now, and which service was terminated from Verizon a few days ago. I'm just not smart enough to figure out if this is a phone setting issue on her phone (as the sent texts are still blue, indicating iPhone to iPhone texts), or my nexus' APN strings, or on net10's end. I would be grateful for any guidance! Customer service is nice but of no help at all thus far. Thanks in advance for your time and patience! My current APN settings are: Name: net10APN: tfdataMmsc: Mcc: 310MNC: 410APN protocol: IPv4APN roaming protocol: IPv4 Harvschmarv
NET10 APN Settings
Monday 15th of July 2013
I've spent a ton of time trying to get everything working on my pantech burst and my wife's Samsung galaxy s3. Finally I have found the sweet sweet sweet spot to where everything works! And now I am here to share them with y'all in hopes I at least save 1 person time and headaches.The photos attached are direct screenshots of my Pantech Burst. Everything works perfect. Now here are main bit of info written down:APN NAME: NET10APN: tfdataMMSC: http://mms-tf.netMMS PROXY: mms2.tracfone.comMMS PORT: 80MCC: 310MNC: 410That's what works for my Burst and my wife's S3. Good luck and I really hope this helps everyone!
Net10--Why do I have to keep changing my data settings?
Tuesday 21st of January 2014
I've had my GS3 activated as a "Bring Your Own Phone" on Net10 since the beginning of December and in that time I've spent 197 minutes (per call logs) to tech phone support. I have no idea how many hours I've spent online trying to find answers to my setup problems. Most of the time I call because my mobile data just stops for no reason. Most of these calls end up with me changing all or part of my APN settings. Most of the time these changes do work but sometimes only near home, or only for a few days. I don't understand how the APN settings function or why it would ever be necessary to change them once the phone is working.For the past 10 days or so I've been using an "att.mnvo" APN set. Friday I activated a GS3 for my wife and was given the "tfdata" settings and they worked perfectly. For grins I tried it on my phone and nothing worked. Yesterday my mobile data quit around noon so in the evening I made another call to Net10 and was given the "tfdata" settings. I reluctantly entered them and they worked. Why? The tech "explained" my
Net10 APN Settings for Blu Studio
Wednesday 12th of February 2014
I need help finding the correct APN settings for my new Blu Studio phone. It's Net10 with the AT&T sim card and at first I was using tfdata and everything worked except for sending and receiving pictures. I changed the MMSC and MMS proxy and now the pictures send and receive but I have no internet. I have been searching and trying everything I come across. I'm so frustrated... Usually I can figure this stuff out but not this time...Thanks in advance!!