Any smartphone is incomplete without a working internet connection- weather via mobile data or Wi-Fi connectivity. We all can access the internet over Wi-Fi at our homes and at work, but the problem arises when we are on the move and don’t have access to even 2G. Generally you don’t even need to configure your mobile phone for using the 4G, 3G, GPRS, and EDGE internet. However, sometimes Reliance (Reliance Communications) may not have the 4G or 3G internet settings for your phone. And sometimes, the settings sent by Reliance Communications refuse to get your phone connected to the internet. That is when we try configure the internet manually on our phone.
Now different phones have different options in the settings but the most important of them is the APN (Access Point Name). Miss a single dot in the APN and you won’t get connected to the internet.
If you are using an Android smartphone based on Android v4.0 (ICS) or older, then go to:
Settings > Wireless & Networks > Mobile Networks > Access Point Names > Touch On Menu > New APN
For Manually Setting Up 4G/3G/2G Settings on Android Kitkat v4.4.x follow this procedure:
Go to Settings > More… > Mobile Networks > Access Point Names > +
Here are the 3G/GPRS internet settings for setting up Reliance Communications (RCom) mobile internet access manually on your phone:
Note: Read the entire article before messing with the settings.
|Name: Any||Server: [Not Set]|
|APN: rcomnet OR smartnet||MMS Proxy: [Not Set]|
|Access Number: #777||MMS Port: [Not Set]|
|Proxy: [Not Set]||Authentication Type: [Not Set]|
|Port: [Not Set]||MCC: Check the table below|
|Username: [Not Set]||MNC: Check the table below|
|Password: [Not Set]||APN Type: default,supl|
PS: We have included both the official APNs in the above table. If one doesn’t work for you, then try the other.
Don’t add anything to the fields Proxy, Port, Username, Password, Server, MMS Proxy, MMS Port, DNS1, DNS2.
Edit as all the entries that you see in your phone as per the above instructions.
|Reliance (RCom): Circle Wise MCC & MNC Codes|
|Andhra Pradesh (including Telangana)||405||01|
|Bihar (including Jharkhand)||405||03|
|Delhi Metro & NCR||405||05|
|Gujarat (including Daman and Diu & Silvassa)||405||06|
|Jammu & Kashmir||405||09|
|Kerala (including Lakshadweep and Minicoy)||405||11|
|Madhya Pradesh (including Chhattisgarh)||405||14|
|Maharashtra (including Goa)||405||13|
|North East (Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Manipur, Nagaland and Tripura)||404||50|
|Odisha (formerly Orissa)||405||17|
|Punjab (including Chandigarh & Panchkula)||405||18|
|Tamil Nadu (including Puducherry)||405||20|
|Uttar Pradesh East||405||21|
|Uttar Pradesh West (including Uttarakhand)||405||22|
|West Bengal (including Andaman Nicobar Islands, and Sikkim)||405||23|
Now save and enable this APN. That’s it. Reboot your phone and now you’ll be able to connect to the internet.
These 4G, GPRS (2G) and 3G Settings (APN) for Reliance Communications have been tested to work on the following phones of various popular manufacturers:
Apple iPhone 7, iPhone 6s Plus, Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, Samsung Galaxy J7, Samsung Galaxy Note 5, LG G3, LG G5, Asus Zenfone 3, Blackberry Z10, Gionee S6s, HTC 10, Lenovo Vibe K5 Note, Lenovo K3 Note, Micromax Canvas 2 Colors, Lenovo Moto E3 Power, Nokia Lumia 925, Oppo F1s, Xiaomi Redmi Note 4G, Mi Redmi 3S Prime, Mi Redmi Note 4, OnePlus One, OnePlus 3, Moto G4 Play, Moto X Play, Moto X Style, Vivo V3, Vivo V5, and many more
We hope that the above internet settings (4G LTE, 3G, EDGE, GPRS) will help you in taking your smartphone online via the mobile internet. But, before you begin just make sure that you have a working data connection and have subscribed to an internet pack.
Important Note: The above mentioned 4G, 3G and GPRS internet / APN settings will not work until you reboot your phone after saving the settings.