A user-chosen name to apply to this APN configuration. This name has no effect at all on the connection, and is only used as a label.
Specifies the Access Point Name (APN) your device should quote when communicating with your carrier. The APN is a short string of text.
Optional fields for specifying an HTTP proxy to use for all web traffic over this connection. No longer usually required for most carriers.
In rare cases your carrier may require a username and password in order to access data. Usually left blank.
WAP Gateway Server, a feature not usually used in modern smartphones and devices. This field should usually be left blank.
Details of the Multimedia Messaging Service Center to use for sending and receiving of MMS messages.
HTTP proxy details to be used only for communicating with the MMSC to send and receive MMS messages.
Specifies the protocol that your device should use for sending and receiving MMS messages. Usually does not need to be modified.
Specifies the carrier network that the APN configuration should be used for. Stands for Mobile Country Code and Mobile Network Code.
Method used to supply your name and password to the server for your data connection. Usually not used.
Specifies which types of data communication should use this APN configuration. Different types of communication may use different configurations.
For devices that support IPv6 networking, this specifies whether to enable IPv4, IPv6 or both. This can be set independently for home and roaming networks.
When having multiple general purpose APN configurations, allows you to choose which one is currently enabled.
An optional field allowing you to exclude this APN configuration based on the communication technology (eg LTE, eHRPD) currently being used.
Restrict use of this APN to certain MVNOs (mobile network resellers) or subscriber accounts.
If your APN settings appear to be disabled and you cannot modify them, it is sometimes possible to work around this. This article lists some things you can try.