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Thread: Milestone on the Rogers Network in Canada - APN Details?

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    Milestone on the Rogers Network in Canada - APN Details?

    Hello everyone,

    Does anyone know the APN details to connect to 3G on the Rogers Canada network? I have it so it will connect to the edge network but I didnt know if anyone successfully has it connecting to 3G and if so what are the APN details for that.

    If anyone can post it up that would be fantastic.

    Thanks!

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    3g works for me. Just google the apn's. They are posted all over the net
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    The one I used was posted on:

    Rogers APN Configuration for Android Phones : ~Revo Fora~

    and they provided 2 pieces of information.

    For Internet Access/Texting
    Name: Rogers
    APN: internet.com
    Username: wapuser1
    Password: wap
    MCC: 302 (should already be filled in)
    MNC: either 720 or 72 depending on your SIM card (should already be filled in)

    Leave all other settings blank.

    ---

    For Media Messaging (Picture/Video)
    Name: Rogers
    MMSAPN: media.com
    Username: media
    Password: mda01
    Server: 172.25.0.107
    MMSC: http://mms.gprs.rogers.com
    MMS Proxy: 10.128.1.69
    MMS Port: 80
    MCC: 302 (should already be filled in)
    MNC: either 720 or 72 depending on your SIM card (should already be filled in)
    APN Type: mms

    Leave all other settings blank.

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    Now I only used the Internet Access one as my rogers plan supports the texting and messages and 3G Data etc already. Do I have to have both put in for the 3G to function? Is this information correct? Does anyone elses reflect a different bit of information? Mine only seems to pick up the Edge network.

    Does anyone have different information or is this the correct information and mine just wont work properly?

    Let me know! Thanks for the help.

    - Rip
    Last edited by Rippen; 04-03-2010 at 12:00 PM.
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    Bump.

    Anyone with any details?

    Thanks for the help!

    - Rip
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    Does anyone know im getting the same problem
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    Bump!

    There has to be some Droid Guru out there who has the scoop on how to get this functioning properly or at least an able to explain what has happened or why it wont work etc.

    Anyone have any input on this? At least I know its not just me who is having the problem!

    Thanks,

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    Use both of those apns you posted before and you will have 3g access and the ability to mms and everything else
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    how do i add more than one 1 apn

    I can only have 1 at a time

    do i put both of the information is 1 of the settings

    sorry I am very new
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    I could be wrong here but I do not believe your APN's have anything to do with 3G connectivity. I believe your APN's are only used to surf the net, texting and for MMS. You have something else going on I think.

    If you go into Settings > Wireless and Networks > Mobile Networks make sure you do not have "Use only 2G Networks" checked off.
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    ok waylman thanks for your help but how do i put both of those settings I can only put one

    or do they both go in the same field
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