Configuring the APN Settings on the new Samsung Galaxy S9

APN Settings Galaxy S9

Configuring the APN Settings on the new Samsung Galaxy S9

Configuring APN or Data Settings o the Galaxy S9.  Samsung is going to launch the new version of the Galaxy S series, now the top of the line Galaxy S9 phone, expected to arrive by the end of February.  In order to get the most of the phone, you need to properly configure the data and MMS Settings on it.

For this purpose, we have prepared a few quick and easy steps for you to jump right into the correct settings and start enjoying the high speed internet on your phone

Step by Step instructions to configure the apn Settings on the Galaxy S9:

This can be easily done with the following steps:

  1. Make sure Data option is On and Turn Off Wifi
  2. Go to the Main Menu and tab on Settings – or slide down the notification bar and Tab on the Gear Like icon (Settings)
  3. Tab on Mobile Network
  4. Now go to Access Point Names
  5. On the menu Key,  select Create NEW APN – (delete any existing APN Setting)
  6. Type in the correct APN Information given by your network operator
  7. Now  SAVE the settings
  8. Select the New Profile you just created
  9. Exit, and now you should see a small 4G, 3G, H, H+ letter next to the signal bar
  10. Try browsing the internet
  11. If everything went well.  You should also send and receive picture messages

If you prefer to watch a step by step Guide, pls check this video:


Where can I find the Correct APN Setting for my carrier

In case you dont have the APN information for your network operator,, just do a quick search on our blog and you will mostly find the one you need, or click on the one the corresponding one below

Galaxy S9 APN Settings for T-Mobile

Galaxy S9 APN Settings for AT&T

Galaxy S9 APN Settings for Straight Talk

APN Settings Galaxy S9

APN Settings Galaxy S9

For further support, please check our APN Troubleshooting guide designed to walk you through the most common issues with APN and MMS Settings for the Galaxy S9

Latest Comments
  1. Jen

    After almost a month of trying different settings and either not having mobile data, or having everything but not having 4G, or not having MMS but 4G and mobile data, I finally have my settings right. To be able to use everything when going to Straight Talk, here are the settings I used on my Verizon phone, Galaxy S9+ SM-G965U:

    Name: Straight Talk
    Proxy: not set
    Port: not set
    USername: not set
    Password: not set
    Server: not set
    MMSC: not set
    MMP: Not set
    MMP: not set
    MCC: 311
    Auth type: not set
    APN type: default,mms NOTE- no spaces here
    APN protocol: IPv4
    Turn APN on/off: APN turned on (this is greyed out on mine)
    Bearer: unspecified
    MVNOT: none
    MVNOT: not set (also greyed out)