It’s something that provides a phone with the information needed to connect to wireless service. Typically when you unlock your phone and join a new network you may need to update your APN settings to access your data.
This article will walk you through setting up internet and pictures messaging (MMS):
If you're having issues getting online on your phone & are looking to set-up or reset your APN settings, first try using the online Tweakker configurator - if that works then that's great - you're done!
If your specific phone model is not listed then try choosing one that is "similar" as that may also work.
If the settings don't work, you'll need to enter them manually.
If you configure these settings and they still don't work then please DOUBLE CHECK on the offchance there's a typo along the way - e.g. some people have entered 48.months.liffeytelecom.com instead of 48months.liffeytelecom.com etc. The settings must be entered EXACTLY as specified below.
If you already have internet/APN settings but they are different to those below then reconfigure your settings so they match those above or delete any existing APNs and start again and add the 48 one anew.
Here are the generic APN (Access Point Name) settings. Different phones may not require all of these, or they may be worded slightly differently. If you’re unable to edit the current settings, press the Menu key or icon to add a new APN.
Internet and Picture Messaging:
Access Point Name (APN): 48months.liffeytelecom.com
Reset your APN settings: To revert to your default APN information, go to Settings > Cellular > Cellular Data Network > Reset Settings. If you installed a configuration profile, the profile's default information will be used instead.
BlackBerry APN Settings.
From the home screen, tap Options.
Tap Network Connections.
Tap Mobile Network.
Tap APN at the bottom of the screen.
Enter the preferred APN information.
Tap Save at the top of the screen.
Previous BlackBerry OS
From the Home screen, scroll to and select Options.
Perform one of the following (depending on your device software version):
For BlackBerry OS 4.0 or older select TCP / IP.
For BlackBerry OS 4.1 to 5.0 select Advanced Options > TCP / IP.
For BlackBerry OS 6.0 or newer select Device > Advanced System Settings > TCP / IP