I switched to Straight Talk and brought my own AT&T phone, using an ST SIM card. I have a Samsung Captivate Glide, Android version 2.3.6, Build number Gingerbread.UCKL1. The issue is I cannot receive MMS messages. When I go into Settings/Wireless and network/Mobile networks/Access Point Names, I have two APN's - ATT PHONE and ATT WAP.
I'm trying to use a proxy with Chromium (25.0.1364.160 on Kubuntu 13.04) but whatever settings I use Chromium ignores. The proxy is configured and working correctly and confirmed to be working by using Firefox.
Here's what I've tried:
Quitting Chromium and setting the system wide proxy using System Settings->Network Settings->Proxy.
So, I just rooted my phone by downgrading and rooting (thanks ShabbyPenguin), but for some reason some settings are unable to be changed.
Unable to change this setting:
(darn, I can't post images)
Well, the setting is "Favorite Apps or Ca.." under Settings > My Device > Lock Screen > Lock Screen Widgets, which is stuck on Favorite Apps without me being able to change it.
Using the phone info app, I can't switch the signal from global to lte/cdma. I can select the change but can't save the change. This is the first device I have owned that will not allow me to change this setting using phone info.
If I change the desktop environment to something like LXDE, NetworkManager stops adapting to a changed network environment when the machine is woken up. It just keeps trying to connect to the wireless network I was connected to before I slept it. I can change the wireless network manually without problems, but it would be nice to know how to persuade it to do this automatically.
we are setting a lab environment for development, everything is good except the network admin refuse to change the DNS record, as a workaround, is it possible just to change the etc\hosts on the client side? will it work?