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Nokia Lumia 535 Net and settings

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Hi, I bought a Nokia 535. I can't get WEB 41027 to send the settings, and I can't get on the internet. I don't know what to do.

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These are from Geeksquad. 

 

Windows Phone 8.1

From the home screen:

Swipe your finger from right to left across the screen to access the Apps list.
Find and tap on the Settings icon.
Scroll down this list until you find cellular + SIM or Mobile + SIM, then press on it to continue.
Make sure your Data connection is set to On, then scroll down and tap on SIM settings.
At the bottom of the SIM settings page you should find buttons to allow you to edit internet APN and edit MMS APN. Tap on edit Internet APN to modify your internet connection settings. (Please note: On some handsets these buttons are not in the SIM settings page. If this is the case, go back to the main settings menu and tap on access point which will then allow you to edit the APN settings as described in the Windows Phone 8 section below).
Enter the following settings into the onscreen form, without changing any other settings:
APN - internet (PAYG - pp.vodafone.co.uk)
User name - web (PAYG - wap)
Password - web (PAYG - wap)
Press the Save button to save and quit this screen. The save icon looks like a floppy disk, for those of us who remember them!
Now select edit MMS APN.
Enter the following settings into the onscreen form, without changing any other settings:
APN - internet (PAYG - pp.vodafone.co.uk)
Username - web (PAYG - wap)
Password - web (PAYG - wap)
WAP gateway (URL) - 212.183.137.12
WAP gateway port - 8799
MMSC (URL) - http://mms.vodafone.co.uk/servlets/mms
(As a check, the image below shows blue text in the fields you should have completed)
Press the Save button at the bottom of the page to save and quit this screen.
You should now see 4G, 3G, H, E or G on the top line of the display, next to the signal bars. This indicates you are connected to the data network

IMG_1084.JPG

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17: Community Champion

These are from Geeksquad. 

 

Windows Phone 8.1

From the home screen:

Swipe your finger from right to left across the screen to access the Apps list.
Find and tap on the Settings icon.
Scroll down this list until you find cellular + SIM or Mobile + SIM, then press on it to continue.
Make sure your Data connection is set to On, then scroll down and tap on SIM settings.
At the bottom of the SIM settings page you should find buttons to allow you to edit internet APN and edit MMS APN. Tap on edit Internet APN to modify your internet connection settings. (Please note: On some handsets these buttons are not in the SIM settings page. If this is the case, go back to the main settings menu and tap on access point which will then allow you to edit the APN settings as described in the Windows Phone 8 section below).
Enter the following settings into the onscreen form, without changing any other settings:
APN - internet (PAYG - pp.vodafone.co.uk)
User name - web (PAYG - wap)
Password - web (PAYG - wap)
Press the Save button to save and quit this screen. The save icon looks like a floppy disk, for those of us who remember them!
Now select edit MMS APN.
Enter the following settings into the onscreen form, without changing any other settings:
APN - internet (PAYG - pp.vodafone.co.uk)
Username - web (PAYG - wap)
Password - web (PAYG - wap)
WAP gateway (URL) - 212.183.137.12
WAP gateway port - 8799
MMSC (URL) - http://mms.vodafone.co.uk/servlets/mms
(As a check, the image below shows blue text in the fields you should have completed)
Press the Save button at the bottom of the page to save and quit this screen.
You should now see 4G, 3G, H, E or G on the top line of the display, next to the signal bars. This indicates you are connected to the data network

IMG_1084.JPG

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