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Nokia 215 Internet Settings

If you have a Nokia 215 or a Nokia 215 Dual Sim then you can view the settings below as to how to connect to the internet from your mobile phone. The user manuals for these two phones are not very good so a better explanation has been added below as to how to connect your Nokia 215 to the internet as well as with WiFi.

You are first going to have to setup your APN settings which you will get from your service provider. See on top of this website if you provider is listed for their APN settings. To setup the Nokia 215 internet settings you will need to do the following:

Nokia 215 configure MMS/APN settings

Try the following if you know the settings for your provider. Many offer the service by setting an SMS with the words – SETTINGS to the telephone number 200. It then returns the APN settings for your network. This does not work for everyone. Click the following:

Settings >Connectivity >Choose Network

Select either Auto or Manual – (Automatic) > > Mobile Data – ON

  • Next is naming the access point.

Select Mobile Data – > Access Points

If there are no networks in then you will have to create an access point for the phone.

I add Service Provider and then select and edit Sevice Provider being my newly created access point.

Name Service Provider
Access point name serviceprovider.com
Username serviceprovider
Password leave blank
Authentification type – Select Normal or Secure. Normal

Now move onto the advanced settings:
– Advanced settings
– Homepage http://serviceprovider.com/mobile
– Connection type, Select http or wap – http
If you select http, then this is the next list

 

Proxy ON or OFF – ON
Proxy address – 000.000.000.000 (Find this from your service provider)
Proxy port – NUMBER ENTRY ONLY. – 8080
Proxy username blank
Proxy password blank
Primary DNS leave again at 000. etc
Secondary DNS leave again
IP address leave it alone again
Subnet mask leave again at 000. etc

Save the settings and go back tot he main menu. You should have internet access now.

Select Menu > Internet > Edit.

Write a web address, and select OK.

Nokia 215 – Wifi Settings:

Select Menu > Settings > Connectivity > Mobile data, and switch Mobile data connection to Off

Nokia 215 MMS settings

Main Menu > Settings > Connectivity > Choose Network

– Select either Auto or Manual – Automatic

– Mobile Data – ON

Select Mobile Data – > Access Points

Note that you need to add an MMS access point as Service Provider should already be in that list for the internet. Create another access point called Service Provider MMS to remember the settings at the end.

I add Service Provider MMS to the list. Then save and select and edit it.
Name servicepoviderMMS
Access point name serviceprovider.com
Username serivceprovider
Password leave blank
Authentification type – Select Normal or Secure. Normal

Now move to Advanced settings
– Homepage http://mmsc.serviceprovider.com:8002
– Connection type, Select http or wap – http
If you select http, then the following needs to be added:
– Proxy ON or OFF – ON
– Proxy address – 000.000.000.000 (Get the APN settings from your service provider)
– Proxy port – NUMBER ENTRY ONLY. – 8080
– Proxy username blank
– Proxy password blank
– Primary DNS leave 000. etc
– Secondary DNS leave again
– IP address 000.000.000.000 (Get the APN settings from your service provider)
– Subnet mask leave again at 00 etc

Now save the settings and you need to go back to the main menu. Inter and MMS settings have now been added to your phone. Now you need to set the access point in your MMS settings. Go to the Connectivity Menu and check that Mobile Data ON and your access point is service provider. Now go back tot he main menu and go to Messaging. Check that service provider MMS is your MMS access point.

Thats about it!

 

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