- 03-31-2012, 01:39 PM #3
Glad you got it to work. I just put att.mvno as the APN. I don't use the Connection Setup app because I don't think Tracfone is the right setting, because I can never get it to work. As a result, I can't use MMS, but at least my data works.
I've asked HTC to add Straight Talk to their Connection Setup app a month ago and they said they would consider it. Haven't heard anything since.
- 04-04-2012, 08:52 AM #7
And another thread, I am on a roll today..
I posted the NET10/StraightTalk AT&T Sim Apn Settings in this thread - All features working, MMS, BingMaps, TellMe..
- 04-04-2012, 11:18 AM #8
Really somebody needs to make the Wireless Manager work for all WP7 Phone just not Samsung's or Microsoft should just intergrate into the OS itself.
- 04-14-2012, 01:41 PM #10
I had an LG Quantum on ST but couldn't edit the MMS settings. Now I have a Venue Pro which allows MMS server editing when in engineer mode. I gave up wi-fi tethering leaving the LG, but it was a good trade-off.
- 04-17-2012, 01:36 PM #11
I have a Titan 2 and just got Straight Talk. The phone and texts are working but I can't get data. I read that you guys were able to get it. I have tried entering all the the information from Straight Talk in the APN settings, doing a battery pull but that didn't work. I also tried just entering att.mvno and leaving everything else blank and doing a battery pull, but nothing.
Any advice? In order to do a battery pull on the Titan 2 I just remove the sim card backing. I can't actually remove the battery, but this should do the same thing.
- 04-17-2012, 01:46 PM #12
I have been putting att.mvno in the APN field and leaving all the others blank.
The other fields are:
I initially tired filling in all the ones I could with the information from Straight Talk but that didn't work either.
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- 07-30-2012, 02:05 PM #25
What I found with Straight Talk, Red Pocket and H20 Wireless is that the "Consumer Cellular" setting enables data and MMS for the device. By using the server settings for Consumer Cellular, you will not have access to the Microsoft services: Bing, Marketplace and Local Scout to name just a few.
If you would rather have the MSN services over MMS, you can go directly to the "Edit APN" section in the phone settings and enter, att.mvno and the server of 184.108.40.206 with a Proxy Port of 80. This will disable MMS, but open the correct proxy for the MSN stuff.
Hope that helps - and PS, HTC DEV's said they aren't adding any new carriers for support to connection setup. That included any of the three.