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By harmeet.jaipur, Junior Member on 12th June 2014, 10:51 AM
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I had applied AOKP rom some time ago on my phone, and whenever I switch on mobile network, the internet seems to not work. What could be the issue here?
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You probably don't have the correct (or even any) APN configured.
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Dont know what u problem is, but option is still there as I know
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Dont know what u problem is, but option is still there as I know


What?
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Originally Posted by muppetmania

You probably don't have the correct (or even any) APN configured.

You were right, thanks, APN settings had to configured manually.
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Thats the salution.. 👍👍

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