- Navigate to network settings: Menu > Settings > Wireless & Networks > Mobile Networks & Access Point Names > New APN (via 'menu' button)
- Name: VMC
- APN: www
- Proxy: 0.0.0.0
- Port: 9401
- Username: --blank--
- Password: --blank--
- Server: --blank--
- MMSC: --blank--
- MMS Proxy: --blank--
- MMS Port: --blank--
- MCC: 404
- MNC: 88
- Authentication Type: None
- Apn Type: --blank--
If you're also in the same condition which I was in a couple of weeks ago, you're at the right place to find a solution.
I live in India , I had GPRS/Internet enabled through Vodafone, but it only used to work with the browser and nothing else.
I couldn't access Gmail, Market, Twitter, Facebook, Maps and my own apps which used the internet.
After a lot of research, I found out that its the problem with Internet Settings.
I was using settings, made for “Vodafone live!” while I had to use settings fo “Vodafone Mobile Connect”
I had to go to a Vodafone Mini Store here in India, and had to make the guy understand that although my phone is a Sony Ericsson, but its an Android handset, as he was only searching for settings sent by Vodafone for Sony Ericsson handsets.
After searching his computer for a short while, I found out that there were dedicated settings for “Android Handsets” provided by Vodafone.
So, here they are:
Save these settings, make them default, and restart data connection (or restart your phone) and things should work fine now.
The only drawback I noticed, was that the browser won't work using these settings.
So for this, you have Opera Mini!
Please remember that these settings are for Vodafone India. They might not work in other countries.
On the other note, I also have subscribed to their internet services by paying extra fee, not doing so, might also keep your apps from accessing the internet.
Just research this on your end. :-)