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Mobile Internet on a Samsung device requires a correct access point name, also known as an APN, which is usually installed automatically when you connect to the network provider for the first time. However, the correct APN data is not always created, which means that you have to adjust or create it manually. Some network providers also offer the APN data as a configuration file, which is sent as an SMS to the Samsung device and installs itself automatically. The APN data and/or the configuration file can be obtained from the network provider's website.

Android 11 | One UI 3.0
Step 1: Tap on  Settings
Step 2: Tap on  Connections
Step 3: Tap on  Mobile networks
Step 4: Tap on  Access Point Names
Step 5: Tap on  Add
Step 6: Enter the  Corresponding data
Step 7: Open the  Menu
Step 8: Tap on  Save
  1. Tap on Settings
  2. Tap on Connections
  3. Tap on Mobile networks
  4. Tap on Access Point Names
  5. Tap on Add
  6. Enter the Corresponding data
  7. Open the Menu
  8. Tap on Save
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