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    Saving APN for good...?

    After installing a new Leak or Hybrid OS, my APN is gone. I know what it is so I input it back to needed spot and hit Save. Done this several times and it never sticks, thus many of my apps which rely on APN do not work.

    How do you get APN to stay?



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    Are you saying that after you re-enter your APN, and save it, it disappears again?

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    Yup, enter, save, look again, it's gone.



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    Go to Options > Advanced > Applications and check the permissions for the BB core and system apps, make sure they are all set to allow.

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    Options>Advanced Applications> has

    Accessibility
    Browser
    Browser Push
    Cell Broadcast Settings
    Default Services
    Enterprise Activation
    GPS
    Host Routing Table
    Service Books
    SIM Card
    TCP/IP
    Wireless Update



    And that's it.



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    What carrier are you on? What are you entering for your APN information? Try the reset to defaults menu option while your in the TCP/IP section and tell me what this does on your phone.

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    VZW = vzw3g
    vzw@vzw3g.com


    Tried reset to defaults and nadda.

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    Is there perhapse a file or .cod that would have it encoded which I could bbsak in?

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