For those who bought the Nexus One and have some 3G problems, here are the steps to set up your connections.
For SingTel customers, the Nexus One should auto-connect to their 3G network. For Starhub and M1 customers, they will need to enter in their APN settings to connect to their 3G network. This can be done by any user in less than a minute:
- Go to Settings > Wireless & Networks > Mobile Networks > Access Point Names.
- Hit Menu button, create new APN.
- Enter new APN settings. See below for the details.
- Hit Menu button, save settings.
- Select the new APN name, then hit the home button. Your 3G connection will shortly appear in the top bar.
Since I’m a StarHub customer, here are the more detailed settings I got from StarHub.
For StarHub customers:
Name: StarHub GPRS (or anything you want)
APN: shwap (or shwapint)
Username: [Leave it blank] Password: [Leave it blank] Server: [Leave it blank] MMSC: [Leave it blank] MMS proxy: [Leave it blank] MMS port: [Leave it blank] MMC: 525
APN type: [Leave it blank] (or default)
For StarHub MMS configurations:
Name: StarHub MMS
Proxy: [Leave it blank] Port: [Leave it blank] Username: [Leave it blank] Password: [Leave it blank] Server: [Leave it blank] MMSC: http://mms.starhubgee.com.sg:8002/
MMS proxy: 10.12.1.80
MMS port: 9201
APN type: MMS
For M1 customers:
Name: M1 Internet
And in case it is not working for SingTel customers:
Name: SingTel Internet
Username: 65IDEAS (or blank)
Password: IDEAS (or blank)
I hope that helps people having problems with their 3G on their Nexus One.