Miyerkules, Pebrero 10, 2010

Setting Up Globe 3G on Your Nexus One

Finally found the time to make Globe 3G work on my Nexus One. This is what I did:

1. Go to Settings, choose Wireless & networks
2. Go to Mobile networks, choose Network operators. Let let search for available networks and choose Globe. It will then tell you that you are registered.
3. Go back to Mobile network settings, choose Access Point Names. Press on settings and then do this -

Name: MyGlobe INTERNET
APN: internet.globe.com.ph
Port: 8080
MMS Proxy:
MMS Port: 8080
MCC: 515
MNC: 02
Authentication type: none
APN Type:

I haven't tried sending a MMS yet, but I was able to connect to the internet right after I saved the setting. Remember though that you'll always be connected to the internet when you do this. I couldn't find a way to disconnect, so I just made the APN complete (left it at "i"). I'll just change it back to internet.globe.com.ph when I need to go online.

8 komento:

  1. Hi there,

    I tried these settings with my Nexus One and I was not able to connect to 3g at all. Is there anything else that needs to be done to be able to connect? Thanks!

  2. Don't forget to save it. It also won't work when signal is low. Also check if you've turned on "use 2G only".

  3. Hello. Thanks for going out of your way to do this. I noticed though that sending MMS does not work. Is there another way?

  4. Hmmm... haven't tried sending out MMS. Will have to check that out.

  5. just a theory, but what if you change MMSC to indicate:

  6. this is only for EDGE not 3G, I founf the way for smart and it works http://jcalubiran.blogspot.com/2010/02/setting-up-3g-connectivity-for-nexus.html

  7. FYI. still doesn't work for globe MMS.