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[Q] Remove/Delete "ATT Entitlement" APN?

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29th November 2012, 08:36 PM   |  #1  
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How can I remove/delete "ATT Entitlement" APN? I am on stock rooted ROM and I don't want to flash another ROM.

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29th November 2012, 09:25 PM   |  #2  
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How can I remove/delete "ATT Entitlement" APN? I am on stock rooted ROM and I don't want to flash another ROM.

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Originally Posted by clubbdawg

I just notice after flashing v3.1 that it is automatically creating the "ATT Entitlement" APN which is used to track unauthorized tethering. I edited the customer.xml file to remove the APN and created a patch that can be flashed from recovery.

http://db.tt/RPDX4U4I

After flashing, reboot and then go to Settings 》More settings 》Mobile networks 》Access Point Names. Next, hit the menu button and select "Reset to defaults". Reboot again, and the ATT Entitlement APN should be gone.

As usual, please make a nandroid backup before applying any patch.

Cheers.

Sent from my Jedi Note 2.

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29th November 2012, 10:35 PM   |  #3  
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How can I remove/delete "ATT Entitlement" APN? I am on stock rooted ROM and I don't want to flash another ROM.

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if you have Sqlite editor you can edit the "carriers" it's under "dialer storage: (com.android.providers.telephony) then hit "telephony.db" then "carriers"
the At&t entitlement APN is the last one.
click on it and delete!
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