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At&t apn & mms settings android

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Having issues sending and receiving mms messages?  Here are the apn, mms, and 3g connection settings required for android and smart phones. Enjoy!

 

AT&T
APN: wap.cingular
Username: WAP@CINGULARGPRS.COM
Password: CINGULAR1 (must be in CAPS)

Expanded Version:

Name: AT&T
APN: wap.cingular
Proxy: leave blank
Port: leave blank
Username:WAP@CINGULARGPRS.COM
Password:CINGULAR1 (yes this is in CAPS)
Server: leave blank
MMSC: http://mmsc.cingular.com
MMS Proxy: wireless.cingular.com
MMS Port: 80
MCC:310
MNC:410
APN Type: leave blank

alternate settings – if you have a 4g LTE phone.

Name: Doesn’t matter, you can call this whatever you want.
APN: pta
Proxy:
Port:
Username:
Password:
Server:
MMSC: http://mmsc.mobile.att.net
MMS Proxy: proxy.mobile.att.net
MMS port: 80
MCC: 310
MNC: 410
Authentication type:
APN type: internet





38 thoughts on “At&t apn & mms settings android

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  2. i have a my touch 4g cant receive or send pic messages help me plz

  3. use the settings above!

  4. I’ve used the setting above and I still cannot send/receive MMS

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  6. I put my pre-paid AT&T sim card into a new AT&T Pre-Paid Fusion Android phone and copied down the APN settings.

    I then moved the pre-paid sim card, and transcribed the settings, to an AT&T Samsung Captivate Glide a post-paid
    phone I purchased at Amazone Wireless without a contract. And everything works! I have 4G, text and MMS.

    Here are the settings: (case sensitive as indicated)
    Name
    myatt
    APN
    WAP.CINGULAR
    Proxy
    wireless.cingular.com
    Port
    80
    Username (Note the inclusion of a period between R & G)
    WAP@CINGULAR.GPRS.COM
    Password (Note the change to lowercase)
    cingular1
    Server

    MMSC
    http://mmsc.cingular.com
    MMS proxy
    wireless.cingular.com
    MMS port
    80
    MCC
    310
    MNC
    410
    Authentication type
    None
    APN type
    default,mms,supl
    APN protocol
    IPv4

    In the phones there is a second APN called BROADBAND but
    it is empty of any settings.
    I could not modify the setting in the Samsung so I just
    created a new one (hence “myatt”) and selected it for use.
    I also turned the phone off and back on to get it to ‘take.’
    I am waiting to see if “The Man” comes knocking on my door some day. :-)

    Presently with pre-paid service I keep it off unless needed
    and then turn it back off. Using Wi-Fi as much as possible.

    CHeers!
    Joe F 2/14/2012

  7. where do u change the settings at in the phone? i have a 4gLTE android and dont receive or send pics n im clueless i need step by step please and fully appreciated

  8. Thanks Joe F. The APN settings you mentioned worked fine on my friend’s HTC Titan II. Thanks a ton!

  9. I have a Chinese h108 mini iphone. can anyone help me with the mms and internet settings. i can’t seem to figure it out. thanks.

  10. Just wanted to say these SETTINGS ARE GREAT! Thank you so much! Followed each step and worked perfect, first time, in unlocked TMobile Exhibit II! Thanks again for sharing! :)

  11. @ Joe F it did not work on my AT&T Fusion. Can you help me?

  12. I meant to say I can not geet any data and I am on the $50 plan

  13. Pefect worked great on my lumia 800

  14. Ty Joe F it worked for me. I thank you so much :)

  15. Thank you!

    Worked like a charm on my Samsung Note device on ATT.

    Thank you again

  16. I can confirm that the apn settings by Joe F work on an AT&T huawei fusion (huawei u8650). I now have 3G and MMS working beautifully. Thanks!

  17. I can confirm that Joe F’s settings also work on a rooted Sony Ericsson xPeria X10a version 2.3.3. Thank you Joe F!!!

  18. it wont let me change my settings on my fusion

  19. I have a Samsung Galaxy Note running ICS which will not send a MMS. I used the AT&T APN setting you suggested, however, I cannot live APN Type blank. I can only select “Internet+MMS”, “Internet” or “MMS”. I checked “MMS” (since data plan is through a WiFi device). I still cannot send a MMS. What now?

  20. try these settings.

    Access Point

    name: ATT WAP
    APN: wap.cingular
    Proxy: wireless.cingular.com
    port: 80
    MMSC: http://mmsc.cingular.com
    MMS Proxy: wireless.cingular.com
    MMS Port: 80
    MCC: 310
    MNC: 410
    APN Type: mms,supl

  21. I’m on the 50 dollar AT&T plan with my unlocked Pantech burst 4G LTE but I cannot use data so I manage to use apn settings and it works with WI-fi but drains battery so how can I use when off

  22. i have a unlocked pantech burst att&t with net10 and i cannot send or recive mms

  23. YOU F&*KING ROCK FOR POSTING THIS!!!!! I SPENT THREE HOURS ON THE PHONE WITH TECHs from ATT after buying a new phone and the best they could offer was a power cycle….finally i realized i needed to reset the access point….

  24. I cant set MMS on my Xperia P i have tried all that i can find on the web and i cant make MMS TO RUN… Any Help…

  25. Settings from Joe F worked on Samsung Galaxy S Duos on AT&T. Thanks Joe F – you rock!

  26. Wow, I too spent hours on the phone to tech support, with no results. Tryed your first settings, and it worked like a charm. Thanks a million.

  27. i have a Samsung Galaxy Note and now i am able to get picture messages. Thanx everyone. i went into AT&T and they wanted me to sign a contract.

  28. I have a verizon unlocked HTC 8X windows 8 phone. I have an ATT sim card, I put in the info above , but i still have some blacks from the settings. i need “WAP gateway port” “Maximum MMS size” “and “WAP gateway (URL). Some of it might be answered under a shorter abbreviation but im not to sure. Help please!

  29. Freaking genius!!! tried so many different ones and finally this was piece of cake! Thank you, thank you!

  30. I used this in an unlocked Google G1, will this charge my att account for Internet, my phone allows mms, but no internet. Thanks!

  31. i just bought a samsung galaxy 3 cativate from ebay, unlocked, refurbished and put it on a straight talk unlimited plan but can not access internet. was told by straighttalk to change my mms proxy and apn type un able to do that on phone any suggestions

  32. I have a 4g lte pantech burst with a go phone sim and its not working for me

  33. Have an unlocked Galaxy Note II that is unable to send or download mms
    Tried settings above and cant get it to work

  34. We’ll get a tutorial up today! Thanks for the feedback..

  35. Won’t work with samsung galaxy s3 mini. Att gophone. :(

  36. Hey please help me I got a verizon 4/ lte I put my at&t sim vard in it and it works but I can’t get my internet to work please jelp?

  37. Some of the things that I noticed when trying all of these APNs the OP is only missing (APN TYPE) you need to put default, first in order to get it to work. also you can consolidate them all to one APN just put everything together under APN TYPE and start with default,internet,mms,supl. hope this helps. I use these settings on my sprint s4 with prepay att sim and everything works fine using one APN with everything consolidated together.

  38. Tried the settings for the 4g lte phone. called the access point wap.cingular. All except mms worked fine. (why we’re here!)

    Put in APN type internet as written; the access point flips back to the att.phone one that came with the phone. Back to quick battery drain on LTE. :(

    Erin’s post talks about all APN types added, which is what the factory APN has in it. Am thinking if I try this, will just keep flipping back to factory access point on LTE.

    HPSA didn’t drain the battery as fast, so would setting the APN to the cingular settings keep me on the HPSA and allow texts to be received?

    This is way above my head and comfort zone, but 6 hours battery isn’t good either.(I do understand dead phone though) LOL!!

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