Setting network manual configuration on your mobile is another way to access and fully enjoy cellular data services. On this post, we're writing the APN, GPRS, MMS and 3G configuration of Verizon wireless as your reference in case you're having trouble on your mobile using this network provider. Just like other wireless networks, you need to request network config setting on your mobile to make use of their internet, mms, and text messaging services. What we are posting here is the details that you get when you using Verizon network on your locked or unlocked Android phone. This manual config is just an option as Verizon automatically provides network settings once you are using their network.
Verizon Wireless APN/GPRS/3G/MMS Android settings
These settings may work on older to newer version of Android phone, our work through starts on Gingerbread OS to 4.X Jellybean version of Google OS.
On your Home menu go to Settings
Tap More settings
Tap Wireless and Networks then select Mobile networks.
Go to Access Point names (where list of APN found)
Tap on your Option key button to create a new APN.
Inputs these details needed to create Verizon GPRS/3G/4G settings
- Name: Verizon
- APN: internet or vzwinternet
- Proxy: not set
- Port: not set
- Username: not set
- Password: not set
- Server:Not set
- MMSC: http://mms.vtext.com/servlets/mms
- MMS Proxy
- MMS Port: 80
- MCC: 310
- MNC: 012
- Authentication type: not set
- APN type: internet or mms
That's it guys, you can now use Verizon wireless services like data, mms and other services offered. You also create a separate APN for MMS if you wish; Android settings can cater both settings in just one APN unlike iPhone that you have to create it separately.