Difference between revisions of "PinePhone APN Settings"

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It's still not relevant for calls or SMS
(It's still not relevant for calls or SMS)
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The [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Access_Point_Name APN] setting is the gateway between your carrier's cellular network and the public Internet. The APN setting - if not set automatically by the user's OS -  has to be set by the user to enable the use of the mobile Internet on the phone.
The [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Access_Point_Name APN] setting is the gateway between your carrier's cellular network and the '''public Internet'''. The APN setting - if not set automatically by the user's OS -  has to be set by the user to enable the use of the mobile Internet on the phone.


= Setting the APN =
= Setting the APN =
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== Red Pocket (USA) ==
== Red Pocket (USA) ==


You can choose AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile or Sprint network. Known to work with the GSMA (ATT) SIM, calls and SMS work.
You can choose AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile or Sprint network.


APN settings:
APN settings:
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''BYOP SIM Card Kit'' works with T-Mobile and AT&T compatible SIM cards provided in BYOP kit.
''BYOP SIM Card Kit'' works with T-Mobile and AT&T compatible SIM cards provided in BYOP kit.


Calls, SMS and 3G/4G data known to work with Verizon & AT&T SIMs (most likely works for T-Mobile as well).
3G/4G data known to work with Verizon & AT&T SIMs (most likely works for T-Mobile as well).


Use the following APN settings:
Use the following APN settings:
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== Verizon Contract (USA) ==
== Verizon Contract (USA) ==


There are several APN names which can be used, but the following has worked fairly reliably for calls, SMS and data on Verizon under arch:
There are several APN names which can be used, for example:


  Name: 4G LTE Contract
  Name: 4G LTE Contract
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