Can't set my APN settings properly (Public Mobile, Canada)

Hi. I tried the updated version you suggested, and I can confirm that I also still can’t access data. I will to find another sim card carrier, but in the meantime is there some other information I could provide to help you?

Hi @franknarf8 and @Faith_Jones - here is a new test build. Not much has changed - just a cleanup of the apns-conf file.

This is the only entry we have added:

<apn carrier=“Mobile Internet”
mcc=“302”
mnc=“220”
apn=“sp.mb.com
type=“default,mms,agps,supl,fota,hipri”
mmsc=“http://aliasredirect.net/proxy/mb/mmsc”
mmsproxy=“74.49.0.18”
mmsport=“80”
mvno_type=“gid”
mvno_match_data=“4D4F”
/>

I just realized that gid is uppercase in your screenshots. We had added it as a lowercase. Let me know if the new build works or not. Can create a new one with uppercase “GID”

I just tried the newest update, but no luck. Data is still not working.

This is another attempt - Build #3.

Here is the apns file that is in there. apns-conf.xml (498.9 KB)

@franknarf8 - is it possible for you to extract the apns-conf.xml file of this phone and share with us? Typical location is

/etc/apns-conf.xml … OR … /system/etc/apns-conf.xml

I tried the newest build, still no luck :frowning:

We need a working apns-conf file. @franknarf8 - could you get that file from your Nexus phone or ask on the forums?

Hello Sharad,

Sorry again for the delay; I lent my phone to my girlfriend while here Teracube can’t connect to the internet :S.

So, you will find the full apn.conf.xml I found in my Nexus 5X here : https://github.com/ni-fgenois/teracube-apn
(I can’t link xml files to this issue, only photos it seems, so you will find them in this git repo)

There seems to be 3 entries of possible importance in that file :

<apn carrier="Mobile Internet"
      mcc="302"
      mnc="220"
      apn="sp.mb.com"
      type="default,mms,supl"
      mmsc="http://aliasredirect.net/proxy/mb/mmsc"
      mmsproxy="74.49.0.18"
      mmsport="80"
      mvno_match_data="50"
      mvno_type="gid"
  />

  <apn carrier="Mobile Internet"
       mcc="302"
       mnc="220"
       apn="sp.mb.com"
       type="default,mms,agps,supl,fota,hipri"
       mmsc="http://aliasredirect.net/proxy/mb/mmsc"
       mmsproxy="74.49.0.18"
       mmsport="80"
       mvno_type="gid"
       mvno_match_data="4D4F"
  />

<apn carrier="PC mobile"
      mcc="302"
      mnc="221"
      apn="sp.mb.com"
      type="default,mms,supl"
      mmsc="http://aliasredirect.net/proxy/mb/mmsc"
      mmsproxy="74.49.0.18"
      mmsport="80"
      mvno_match_data="50"
      mvno_type="gid"
  />

Hope you find what we need in there!

Take care

- Frank

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Hello @Sharad ,

Any updates on this issue?

Is there anything else I can do?

Thanks

- Frank