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Mike_jnz
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Default t-mobile apn settings

I have a Moto X DE (edit: forgot to add t-mobile) and everything works fine, including LTE (when I can get it in this area). But I have noticed that every where I look, among the suggested APN settings are this:

APN type: default,supl,admin,dun,mms

but mine are set to this:
APN type: default,mms,supl,hipri,fota

Is this normal? Should I change anything or leave it since 'it ain't broke"?

Also, my password has **** (4 asterisks) and my server has * (one asterisk). This also sounds abnormal as everything I find says it should be "not set". Don't ask me what the asterisks actually are.
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Originally Posted by Mike_jnz View Post
I have a Moto X DE (edit: forgot to add t-mobile) and everything works fine, including LTE (when I can get it in this area). But I have noticed that every where I look, among the suggested APN settings are this:

APN type: default,supl,admin,dun,mms

but mine are set to this:
APN type: default,mms,supl,hipri,fota

Is this normal? Should I change anything or leave it since 'it ain't broke"?

Also, my password has **** (4 asterisks) and my server has * (one asterisk). This also sounds abnormal as everything I find says it should be "not set". Don't ask me what the asterisks actually are.
Various providers have slightly different APN settings. If you don't experience any troubles with mobile data and mms, leave everything as it is and enjoy.
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