Just a week after Google announced Nexus One phone, it seems that users in Singapore may encounter some issues with the phone’s 3G connectivity. Thankfully, the company has issued a working solution to this problem. Read on.
There have been several media reports about 3G connectivity issues with the Nexus One, however, there is a very simple solution for Nexus One owners in Singapore. For SingTel customers, the Nexus One should auto-connect to their 3G network. For Starhub and M1 customers, you have to key in the APN settings to connect to the 3G network.
1. Go to Settings > Wireless & Networks > Mobile Networks > Access Point Names.
2. Hit Menu button, create new APN.
3. Enter new APN settings. See below for the details.
4. Hit Menu button, save settings.
5. Select the new APN name, then hit the home button. The 3G connection will appear in the top bar.
If you can’t find the answers you need, you can call the HTC Support line in Singapore at 1-800-238-7788 from 8am-8pm, Monday to Saturday. HTC is providing local support and repair services for Nexus One.
– name: Starhub Internet
– APN: shwapint
– username: [leave blank]
– password: [leave blank]
– name: M1 Internet
– APN: sunsurf
– username: 65
– password: user123
SingTel customers (in case it is not working):
– name: SingTel Internet
– APN: internet
– username: 65IDEAS (or blank)
– password: IDEAS (or blank)