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Anybody know how to disable "Insert Sim card" & enable manual APN settings?

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Default Anybody know how to disable "Insert Sim card" & enable manual APN settings?

I put my AT&T sim card in and it works great! However I have noticed that I don't get cellular data and there is a persistent "Insert Sim card" message. Does anyone know of a way to permanentlydisable this particular message and manually enter the APN settings?

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Settings -> More Networks -> Mobile Networks ->Access Point Names to edit the APN. Not sure how to get rid of the message on this phone or if it is possible currently.
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I put my AT&T sim card in and it works great! However I have noticed that I don't get cellular data and there is a persistent "Insert Sim card" message. Does anyone know of a way to permanentlydisable this particular message and manually enter the APN settings?

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Once you root the phone you can disable the message; you will need to either delete or freeze the Setup Wizard apps.
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Once you root the phone you can disable the message; you will need to either delete or freeze the Setup Wizard apps.
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