I wrote this guide to share with you how I set up my Net10 Wireless data/internet connection and MMS picture messaging on my Google LG Nexus 5 running Android 4.4 (KitKat). While this guide shows how I set up my Nexus 5, I would expect it would work with other phones running Android 4.x.
What This Guide Will Help You With
This guide is meant to show you, a new or existing Net10 Wireless customer, how to set up phone to use the Internet, MMS Picture Messages, and Group Texts. You should have a active Net10 AT&T network compatible or T-Mobile network compatible SIM already to insert into your Nexus 5.
What This Guide Will Not Help You With
If you are unable to make or receive voice calls or send/receive SMS text messages this guide will not fix those problems.
If You Are Looking for..
If you were searching the Internet for Net10 Wireless, Nexus 5, APN, MMS APN, MMS Proxy, MMSC, tfdata, wap.tracfone, att.mvno, mms.tracfone.com, http://mms-tf.met, http://mmsc.cingular.com, 188.8.131.52, 184.108.40.206 or 220.127.116.11, then this is probably site you are searching for. Don’t worry if you don’t know what any of those terms mean. This guide will show you step-by-step what do to.
Phone and SIM information
My phone is Google Nexus 5 (Black 32 GB) that I ordered from directly from Google Play. The phone is carrier unlocked so it can be used on either the ATT or T-Mobile network. My phone is running Android 4.4.
I have an activated Net10 Wireless Bring Your Own Phone (BYOP) ATT network-compatible micro SIM. I ordered my SIM directly from the Net10 Wireless so that I would get one of the new 4G LTE compatible SIMs that are now available.
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