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    APN settings ??

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    What should my APN settings be for best performance?

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    bshpmark,

    If you go to www.phoneontherun.com and enter your country and carrier, it will tell you what your settings should be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoGro View Post
    bshpmark,

    If you go to www.phoneontherun.com and enter your country and carrier, it will tell you what your settings should be.

    Cheers,
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    Thanks but that site did not list Verizon.

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    Right......those settings are only for GSM networks. You're running an 8320 on Verizon?

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    If you are on Tmobile, i have my APN setting unchecked. The only time I need to use it is for a few apps, but that is easily fixed by checking the box and entering epc.tmobile.net when I want to use them. I have a canstant EDGE without APN settings on .323. I have a whole post about APN settings on my blog, link in the signature
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