Adjusting APN Settings on Your Android Device

This guide provides an easy, step-by-step process to change the Access Point Name (APN) settings on your Android device. By configuring these settings, you can ensure that your device correctly connects to the internet using our data plan.

Understanding APN and Its Significance

The Access Point Name (APN) serves as the bridge between your carrier’s cellular network and the internet. Customizing it according to your data plan enables your device to use the correct network gateway for internet access, guaranteeing an optimal browsing experience.

Steps to Change APN Settings on Android

STEP 1: Accessing Access Point Names Settings

Go to your device settings > “Connections” > “Mobile Networks” > “Access Point Names

STEP 2: Adding a New APN

Tap on ‘Add’ and assign a name to the setting (as per your preference)

STEP 3: Modifying the APN

Tap on APN, enter ‘fastaccess’, and click on ‘OK’

STEP 4: Saving the New APN

Click on the three dots on the top right, tap on ‘Save’, then select the access point you just created

STEP 5: Restarting the Device

After saving the settings, turn off and then restart your device to apply the changes

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