Nokia Asha 202 Internet Settings

The Nokia Asha 202 Internet Settings is much the same as other Series 40 mobile phones brought out by Nokia. Once done you will need to check the APN settings on the top of the website for the country which you are in as well as the ISP or mobile phone service provider.

Nokia Asha Full Touch version:

Settings>configuration>personal settings

Options>add new>web.

You will now have to give this connection a name. This is helpful if you change SIM cards or are also looking at adding a wireless connection later. Once you have completed this step you will need to press back. Then make a new selection.

Options>add new>access point.

Note that the phone will opt for the default name however you have the ability to change this. Once this step is done you need to click on the following:

Access point>bearer settings>mob. data acc.point.

This is where you will need to put in the APN settings of your provider. If you do not have this then look at the top of the website for some of the most commonly used APN’s around in Asia and New Zealand. Once done you will need to do the following:

Settings>configuration>turn on configuration>(SIM1/SIM2)>web

You will now need to select the settings which you created at the beginning of this post. Press back and open access point. Select the access point you created above. You will also need to add the access point to the following configuration:

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Settings>connectivity>mobile data>access point>edit active access point>mob. data acc.point.

If you have a WiFi connection as well or are going to setup one then you need to add in the option for changing the connection to WiFi. Change the following setting to make use of the WiFi instead of the mobile service provider as it will save costs:

Settings>connectivity>net connection to Ask first

That should keep your data charges lower as it is cheaper to use WiFi then to use the mobile phone service all the time for data.

Nokia Series 40 mobile phones which use these settings:

Note the next step if you phone did not fall into the first description. The following process is not for the full touch phones but for the Nokia Series 40 Touch Type phones.

Nokia Asha Touch Type version:

The procedures are more or less the same as the one which has been added above.

Settings>configuration>personal settings

Options>add new>web.

Much like the description above you will now need to give the connection a name. Once you have given it a name you need to press back and then:

Add new access point.

There is a default name but it is best if you changed this to something you can remember. Once you have done this you need to select:

Access point settings>bearer settings>packet data access pt.

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These are the APN settings for the provider. We have listed some of the APN setting at the top of this websites header which are the most commonly used APN settings. Once you have entered this you will need to click on:

Settings>configuration>default config.settings

Then you must select personal config. and set that as the default. Once done you will need to select your access point which you created just now 2 steps above. You do this by clicking:

Settings>configuration>preferred access point

Once this has been done you will need to add the access point name by:

Settings>connectivity>packet data>packet data settings>edit active access point>packet data access pt.

If you wish to add WiFi support then you will need to ensure that you add an option to save costs by using WiFi as a choice. This is done by the following method:

Settings>connectivity>WLAN>Internet connection to Ask first

These are the Nokia Asha 202 internet settings which you will need and should work now.


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