Sprint 4G LTE APN

APN: n.ispsn
MMSC: http://mms.sprintpcs.com
Multimedia message proxy: 68.28.31.7
Multimedia message port: 80
MCC: 310
MNC: 120

For running Verizon custom ROMs on Sprint phones, this APN setting will allow everything to work including 3G, 4G LTE, SMS sending/receiving, and MMS receiving.  But MMS sending will not work!

There is a work-around this, just use 8SMS app, which can replace your SMS app and also allow you to send MMS.  (install and enable, that’s it!)

If 3rd party apps don’t work, you will have to re-install stock Sprint MMS APK on your custom ROM (if using custom ROM).

 

15 Responses

  1. kvelez says:

    I trust these settings as they are recent, but I keep getting “multimedia messages not supported by network” when sending pictures. Regular text messages OK. Any idea what could be missing?

  2. kvelez says:

    I contacted Spring and they are clueless if if not their software. I can received mms and send regular text. I just can send any. It has to be some setting.

  3. kvelez says:

    BTW there are other websites that give you settings where the APN = cinet.spcs, those do NOT work at all.

  4. kvelez says:

    Another issue I am finding on my S4 is that when I reboot the new Sprint APN is no longer selected. It defaults to the Verizon APN which I can’t remove or edit. This leaves me without a connection. This just started happening and have no idea how to fix it at this time.

  5. kvelez says:

    Update I now have it working leaving blank the APN Type:default,and
    Bearer:. Makes no sense but it works.

  6. Jason says:

    I cannot get LTE to come on with these settings. Any thoughts?

  7. kvelez says:

    Remove the Bearer worked for me. Someone else has done a lot of research on the subject and has posted three solutions. Try them out.
    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1794956

  8. kvelez says:

    For me leave Bearer = blank and APN Type:default,mms seems also works.

  9. Gordie says:

    Tried the steps to upgrade the kernal to lean kernal. Killed by 3g/4g on sprint s3. I’ve tried setting the apn’s according to settings, still no 3g/4g data.

    Any idea’s?

  10. Eric says:

    EVerything will work? Um no. I left you a comment on YouTube telling you that my 4G and GPS do not work, even after manually putting in the APN and you seem to not even care about peoples comments since you never reply to any of them.

    Why post videos and ask for people to leave comments with any questions if you never reply?

    • Colin Miller says:

      haha, u don’t read much he only responds to twitter messages so he doesn’t get spam. so i bet if you ask him on twitter he’ll answer you rather quick

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