NewPhone Wireless APN Settings (For Android and iOs Devices)

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Angela Otero

If you’re scratching your head wondering how to configure your NewPhone Wireless APN settings, don’t worry! You’re not alone, and that’s exactly why we’re here.

Key Takeaways Setting up NewPhone Wireless APN on Android involves going to Settings and selecting More Networks, Mobile Networks, and Access Point Names. On iOS, open Settings, tap Cellular, Cellular Data Options, and Cellular Network. Enter ‘Reseller’ for APN and leave username/password fields blank.

In this article, I’ll explain everything you need to know about NewPhone wireless APN settings. So buckle up, and let’s dive in!

NewPhone Wireless APN Settings for Android Devices

Let’s dive into the meat and potatoes of setting up your new phone. I’ve got some handy tips to help you configure the APN settings on your Android device for NewPhone Wireless.

For starters, what is an APN? It stands for Access Point Names – a gateway between your mobile network and the internet. If these settings aren’t correctly configured, well, my friend, you might be unable to use mobile data or send/receive MMS messages. And that’s no fun!

Here’s a quick step-by-step guide:

Step1. Go to Settings on your device.

going to Settings on the phone
Video | APN Settings

Step 2. Now tap on More Networks (or More Connections).

Step 3. Select Mobile Networks

Select Mobile Networks on the phone setting list
Video | APN Settings

Step 4. Tap on Access Point Names

tap on Network Mode
Video | APN Settings

Step 5. Hit the add or + button or click on three dots in the top corner and select New APN

Selecting new service network for a new APN setting
Video | APN Settings

Now comes the important bit; filling out those fields! Here are the necessary details:

ProxyNot set (leave it blank)
PortNot set (leave it blank)
ServerNot set (leave it blank)
MMS Proxyproxy.mobile.att.net
MMS Port80
Authentication Type Not set (leave it blank)
APN Typedefault, supl, mms, fota
APN ProtocolIPv4/IPv6
APN Roaming ProtocolIPv4/IPv6
Bearer Unspecified
Mobile Virtual Network Operator Not set (leave it blank)

Confirm all other fields are left as ‘Not Set’ or as they were by default.

Finally, hit the menu again and choose Save. Make sure to select this new APN setting as active.

Remember, folks – if you’re unsure of anything while doing this, don’t hesitate to reach out to NewPhone Wireless customer service – they’re there to help!

The key takeaway is that getting online with NewPhone wireless isn’t rocket science but just plugging in a few details correctly. So go ahead, give it a shot!

NOTE: The MCC (Mobile Country Code) and MNC (Mobile Network Code) depend on your location, so you must input them accordingly.

NewPhone Wireless APN Settings for iOS Devices

So, you’ve got a new iPhone and want to set up your NewPhone Wireless APN settings? I’m here to guide you through it.

Here are the steps:

Step 1. Open your Settings app – it’s the one that looks like gears turning.

choose settings on the phone's home icons
Video | Alfve

Step 2. Scroll down until you see Cellular or Mobile Data, then tap on it.

two phones showing the settings for a mobile network
Video | Alfve

Step 3. Look for Cellular Data Options or Mobile Data Networks and give that a tap too.

tap on the Mobile Data Network for the APN settings
Video | Alfve

Once there, this is what you need to input:

UsernameNot set or leave blank
PasswordNot set or leave blank

One important note: Your previous carrier must unlock your phone to change these settings.

Once everything is inputted correctly, just hit back until you’re out of menus, and voila! Your NewPhone Wireless should now be able to connect properly over data.

Remember, if anything goes wrong or seems off, don’t fret! Contact NewPhone’s customer service – they’re helpful folks who can troubleshoot any potential issues.

So don’t sweat it next time someone talks about their APN settings – now you’ll know exactly what they’re talking about! And better yet: how to sort yours out all by yourself!

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What if I Can’t Find ‘APN Settings’ in My Settings?

Depending on your phone model and operating system, the path to your APN settings might differ slightly. If you can’t find the APN settings, try to look under different sub-menus in ‘Settings.’ If you’re still unable to find it, you may need to contact your device manufacturer or carrier for guidance.

What if My Device Doesn’t Have a ‘New APN’ Option?

If your phone doesn’t display an option to add a new APN, it may be locked or restricted by your carrier. In this case, reach out to your carrier and ask them about unlocking your phone for APN access.

What Should I Do if My Mobile Data Isn’t Working Even After Correctly Setting up The APN?

Try restarting your phone first. If that doesn’t help, you may want to reset your network settings. Be aware this will erase all saved Wi-Fi networks and Bluetooth pairings. If you’re still experiencing issues, contact your carrier’s customer support.

What if My APN Settings Keep Getting Reset?

This can happen due to carrier updates and can be frustrating. If this is happening, contact your carrier to see if there’s a way to prevent these automatic updates or find a solution that works best for you.

Can I Have Multiple APNs?

Yes, you can have multiple APNs on your device. However, only one can be active at a time. Having different APNs can be useful when switching between networks or traveling abroad.

Remember, for any tech issue you face, it’s always best to contact professional customer support from your phone manufacturer or service provider. They have the most accurate and up-to-date information for your specific situation.

Troubleshooting Common APN-Related Problems

You know the drill, you’ve got your shiny new phone in hand, powered it up, and… nothing. No data! It’s a bummer, right? Well, let’s fix that together. Some common APN-related issues might keep you from enjoying your device fully.

Issue 1: Can’t Connect to the Internet

Sound familiar? This is often because of incorrect APN settings.

  • Ensure you’ve entered everything correctly – even one small typo can throw a wrench into things.
  • If all seems well, but it’s still not working, try resetting your network settings (beware, though: this will also erase all saved Wi-Fi networks and Bluetooth pairings).

Issue 2: Slow Data Speeds

Who doesn’t hate buffering during their favorite show? Slow data speeds could be due to a crowded network or outdated APN settings.

  • Check if the issue persists in a different location. If it’s fine elsewhere, network congestion at your usual spot may be the culprit.
  • If available, update your carrier settings or manually set up an updated version of your carrier’s APN.

Issue 3: Some Apps Won’t Connect

Sometimes only certain apps won’t connect while others work just fine – super frustrating!

  • Clearing the app cache or reinstalling the problematic app might help.
  • Verify if those apps have permission to use cellular data in your settings.

Remember, technology isn’t perfect. It throws curveballs our way now and then. But we can knock them out of the park with patience and these handy fixes!




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APN Settings


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