Huawei P10 apn settings – easy setup guide
Huawei P10 apn settings
Huawei P10 apn settings – easy setup guide. One of the hottest phone expected to arrive this year was announced in the last World Mobile Conference in Barcelona – The Huawei P10 is coming out soon in march and it’s equipped with some great features that for sure will lure you to buy one.
Like its predecessor, the Huawei P10 comes also with the dual lens Leica camera, which is a great feature for those who want a great quality, professional-like camera – a 20 megapixel one! It also comes with a slightly bigger battery, now with 3200 mAh.
If you just purchase the phone and need to set it up for mobile internet and sending/receiving multimedia messages, then just follow the steps below
Configuring the apn settings on the Huawei P10 is easy.
Normally the phone will come with the settings pre-configured, or when you put in the SIM card the carrier will normally send the pre-loaded settings and you only need to accept them. However, there are cases that this is not working and you’ll be required to manually adjust the APN Settings on your Huawei P10 Android Phone, in this case, do the following:
Just go into Settings – you can either go to main menu and look it up or by sliding the notification menu and tab on the gear like icon. Now please tab on More, then go into Mobile Network, you should now see Access Point Name – tab on that and you’ll be able to access the APNs menu. Now select the options that says New APN.
Once inside the APN menu, there is certain information you will need to type in. If you don’t have the corresponding APN & MMS Settings from your carrier, then you can go to our APNs list and find the company that you are using.
Resetting the APN Settings on the Huawei P10
Sometimes when you have trouble browsing the internet, you’ll only need to reset the settings on the P10 and it might work again. Go into: Settings – More – Mobile Network – Access Points Names, then tab on Reset to default. If this step doesn’t fix it, you can follow the steps on our APN Troubeshooting guide to determine the correct fix