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Default [UPDATED 5/22][AT&T DATA FIX] AT&T's HSPA+ APN's

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Okay, so i have seen a post claiming to fix the APN settings, however this is the only true one i have found (credits to shoman for these, i picked them out of his rom!).
it is pretty self explanatory, any field that requires you to put something in it has something in it, otherwise it has a -. underlined means that it is a new apn (settings->more->mobile networks->access point names->"menu" button->new apn)
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Name: ATT MMS
APN: wap.cingular
Proxy: wireless.cingular.com
Port: 80
Username: -
Password: -
Server: -
MMSC: http://mmsc.cingular.com/
MMS Proxy: wireless.cingular.com
MMS Port: 80
MCC: 310
MNC: 410
Authentication Type: -
APN Type: mms,supl
APN Protocol: ipv4

Name: ATT PHONE
APN: phone
Proxy: -
Port: -
Username: -
Password: -
Server: -
MMSC: -
MMS Proxy: -
MMS Port: -
MCC: 310
MNC: 410
Authentication Type: -
APN Type: default,internet
APN Protocol: ipv4
then, once all of these have been entered, make sure that the one labeled "ATT PHONE" has the tick to the right of the name filled in (this is your default!) reply with any questions and i will try my best to help!
MIUI currently will not send MMS with these settings. Looking for a solution!
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There's a typo in your MMS settings. The MMSC should read http://mmsc.cingular.com.
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There's a typo in your MMS settings. The MMSC should read http://mmsc.cingular.com.
good eye, thanks, the sad thing is i actually corrected that once before...
 
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Yeah these settings really do work, I was averaging 3-4 mbps download before with the old settings and now its a constant 5-7 mbps in Merrimack NH

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I'm assuming this is for ICS? I'm on a stock rom and don't have the option to add anything under APN. ):
 
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I'm assuming this is for ICS? I'm on a stock rom and don't have the option to add anything under APN. ):
yes it is, and are you sure? go under your settings to more (should be under data usage) -> mobile networks -> access point names.
 
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Yeah these settings really do work, I was averaging 3-4 mbps download before with the old settings and now its a constant 5-7 mbps in Merrimack NH

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yes it is, and are you sure? go under your settings to more (should be under data usage) -> mobile networks -> access point names.
Yea, Gingerbread must be different. That's ok because what ever APN settings Ryude is using in UnOriginal works just fine. Though coming from an iPhone 4s, data speeds on the GSII are faster when your closer to the tower. I was able to get faster speeds with 2-3 bars on the 4s. Oh well. Uploads speeds don't seem as great on the GSII. With the 4s I could get 7 down and 4 up. See my attachment for GSII results.

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Download Tweakker, run, enjoy. For CM7 folks, this fixes the default APN setting.

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Thanks for the TIP! This is working well in Dallas, TX area.

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