Verizon Note 2 working STRAIGHT TALK att sim WORKING MMS
EDIT; tested MMS and MMS picture msging DOES work.
i bought the att micro sim from straight talk for my verizon note 2. my note 2 is unlocked and rooted...i found a very easy one click method that did everything for me, just cant remeber where, it was somewhere that was talking about the first guy that made it ever for the note 2 and he just made a real easy one.. but anyway
my apn settings are
mms proxy mms3.tracfone.com
mms port 80
apn protocol IPv4
Enable/Disable APN APN enabled
make sure your Mobile Data is checked, in your Mobile networks menu. the same menu you would click your APN.
what i did was put all these settings in. i could call and text, NO MMS. i have come to face the fact, sorry but i wont have MMS..small price to pay to save 60 dollars a month.
i also had NO DATA.
to change this, i went to Mobile networks menu (menu where your would click to change your APN settings) and i clicked NETWORK MODE.
i changed it from GLOBAL....TO GSM/UMTS it gave me some prompt about not being able to search while data was active do you want to still serach i said yes,, or just let it do its thing.
then it put up two names, which were the network operators, (it searches for availble networks to use)
ATT was one of them.. i clicked ATT, it then said registering with ATT........ registering........ REGISTERED!
exit out and instantly had data voice and text.. still no mms though (well to be honest i havent checked mms but i gave up on mss anyway)
hope this helps anyone with the same problem i had... btw straight talk employees will all tell you a verizon note 2 WILL NOT work with straighttalk.... idiots...
i get H+ data most everywhere i go, H someplaces, 3G spotty only once in a blue moon. but H+ is standard for my area here with att... from what i understand. H+ is faster than 4G but slower than 4G LTE... its stil blazing fast
Last edited by Zach Mitchell2; 01-10-2014 at 05:07 PM.
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