How To Manually Set APN Settings for US Network Providers [ Android Devices ]

Here’s how you can manually set APN settings for US network provides, when ever we insert a sim card in our device carrier providers automatically send APN settings. But sometimes we get into a situation where we have to manually set APN settings because of some reason we didn’t receive APN Settings from Network Providers.

Every network providers has it own APN settings, you can search it on Google or contact network providers. In the following guide i’ll tell you how to manually set APN settings for US network providers.

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How To Manually Set APN Settings for US Network Providers:

Following are the APN details of the AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon and more. Follow all the steps carefully to set APN settings.

AT&T APN Settings

Name: ATT Phone, (ATT Broadband for tablets)
APN: phone (broadband for tablets)
Proxy: <Not Set>
Port: <Not Set>
Username: <Not Set>
Password: <Not Set>
Server: <Not Set>
MMSC: http://mmsc.mobile.att.net (Not Set for tablets)
MMS proxy: proxy.mobile.att.net (Not Set for tablets)
MMS port: 80
MCC: 310
MNC: 410
Authentication type: <Not Set>
APN type: default,supl,mms,hipri (Also ‘fota’ for tablets)
APN Protocol: IPv4 (Enabled for tablets)
Bearer: <Default>

T-Mobile APN Settings

Name: T-MOBILE
APN: epc.tmobile.com, or fast.tmobile.com (LTE)
Proxy: <Not Set>
Port: <Not Set>
Username: <Not Set>
Password: <Not Set>
Server: wap.voicestream.com
MMSC: http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc
MMS proxy: 216.155.165.50
MMS port: <Not Set>
MCC: 310
MNC: 260
Authentication type: <Not Set>
APN type: <Not Set> or Internet + MMS
APN Protocol: IPv4
Bearer: <Not Set>

Sprint APN Settings

Name: Sprint
APN: cinet.spcs
Proxy: <Not Set>
Port: <Not Set>
Username: yourMSID@uscc.net
Password: your MSID
Server: wap.voicestream.com
MMSC: http://mmsc1.uscc.net/mmsc/mms
MMS proxy: 68.28.31.7
MMS port: <Not Set>
MCC: 234
MNC: 15
Authentication type: <Not Set>
APN type: <Not Set>
APN Protocol: iPv4
Bearer: <Not Set>

Verizon APN Settings

Name: Verizon
APN: internet
Proxy: <Not Set>
Port: <Not Set>
Username: <Not Set>
Password: <Not Set>
Server: <Not Set>
MMSC: http://mms.vtext.com/servlets/mms
MMS proxy: <Not Set>
MMS port: 80
MCC: 310
MNC: 012
Authentication type: <Not Set>
APN type: <Not Set> or Internet + MMS
APN Protocol: <Default>
Bearer: <Not Set>

US Cellular APN Settings

Name: USCC
APN: internet
Proxy: <Not Set>
Port: <Not Set>
Username: yourMSID@uscc.net
Password: your MSID
Server: wap.voicestream.com
MMSC: http://mmsc1.uscc.net/mmsc/mms
MMS proxy: blank
MMS port: 80
MCC: 310
MNC: 120
Authentication type: <Not Set>
APN type: <Not Set> or Internet + MMS
APN Protocol: iPv4
Bearer: <Not Set>

Boost Mobile APN Settings

Name: Boost_Mobile
APN: Boost_Mobile
Proxy: <Not Set>
Port: <Not Set>
User Name: Boost_Mobile
Password:
Server:
MMSC: http://mm.myboostmobile.com
MMS Proxy: 68.28.31.7
MMS Port: 80
MCC: 311
MNC: 870
Authentication type: <Not Set>
APN type: default,admin,fota,mms,supl,hipri
APN Protocol: <Not Set>
Bearer: <Not Set>

Virgin Mobile APN Settings

Name: Virgin Mobile
APN: Sprint
Proxy: <Not Set>
Port: <Not Set>
Username: <Not Set>
Password: <Not Set>
Server: <Not Set>
MMSC: http://mmsc.vmobl.com:8080/mms?
MMS proxy: 205.239.233.136
MMS port: 81
MCC: 310
MNC: <Not Set>
Authentication type: <Not Set>
APN type: default,supl,mms
APN Protocol: iPv4
Bearer: <Not Set>

Step#1: Go to setting on your device.

Step#2: Tap on More Networks.

Step#3: Tap on Mobile Networks.

Step#4: Now Tap on Access Point Names.

Step#5: Tap on + icon located on top right side.

Step#6: Add the details in the given fields.

All Done !!


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