These instructions apply only to an Samsung Galaxy Apollo running Android 2.2 (Froyo) or 2.3 (Gingerbread). If your device is running a different software version, the images may be different and other instructions may be required. To check the software version, choose Applications, Settings, About phone, Firmware version.
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Different version? Click here for step by step instructions.
Choose Wireless and network.
Choose Mobile networks.
Choose Use packet data, and check this option.
Choose Access Point Names.
Remove all current APN settings except BASE MMS by choosing the APN, choosing the menu key, and choosing Delete APN.
Choose the menu key, and choose New APN.
Under Name, enter BASE Internet .
Under APN, enter gprs.base.be (be aware of the dots).
Under Proxy, enter nothing.
Under Port, enter nothing.
Under User name, enter base.
Under Password, enter base.
Under MCC, enter 206.
Under MNC, enter 20.
Under Authentication type, choose PAP.
Under APN type, choose Internet.
Choose the menu key, and the Save.
Choose BASE Internet , and check this option.
Return to the Main menu.
Choose the menu key, More, and then Settings.
Choose Set home page.
Enter http://corner.base.be, and choose OK.
Return to the Start screen.
Switch the Samsung Galaxy Apollo off and then on again to activate the settings.
You can now start using the internet. Click here for step-by-step instructions.