Cedar cellular network settings and compatibility

2 Jan 2020

For official general instructions, please refer to the following web page.

https://www.att.com/esupport/article.html#!/wireless/KM1218306

For Cedar phones, refer to the web page above. Specific instructions for the CT8 and potentially other Cedar tablets for applying settings are as follows.

  1. Access the Settings menu.
  2. Locate and select Network & Internet.
  3. Select Mobile Network.
  4. Select the slot your sim card is in. (It won’t be greyed out)
  5. Select Advanced.
  6. Locate Access Point Names
  7. Press the + in the top right corner
  8. Program each field using the settings below.
  9. Save the changes under the three dots in the top right corner. Once saved, select the new ATT Broadband APN.

Needed tablet settings are as follows.

Data settings 

 

Tablets 

 

Name 

 

ATT Broadband 

 

APN 

 

Broadband 

 

Proxy 

 

Not set 

 

Port 

 

Not set 

 

Username 

 

Not set 

 

Password 

 

Not set 

 

Server 

 

Not set 

 

MMSC 

 

Not set 

 

MMS proxy 

 

Not set  

 

MMS port 

 

Not set  

 

MCC 

 

310 

 

MNC 

 

410 

 

Authentication Type 

 

None 

 

APN type 

 

default,mms,supl,hipri,fota 

 

APN protocol 

 

Enabled 

 

Bearer 

 

Unspecified 

 

 

Now test your cellular data to make sure it works.

 

June 2019

Our Cedar products have been tested and work with the following networks. 

Coverage using T-Mobile with our Cedar devices may be limited.

You may have to Toggle the Data on in order to access the Internet. 

  1.  After the Sim card is installed. swipe from the Top Down to access the quick settings on the device. 
  2. Tap on the Network bars showing the signal Strength. 
  3. Toggle the Data to the On position. after about a min you should see the "3G" or "4G" signal appear next to the signal strength bar.

You may also have to put in APN settings manually.  In order to access the APN settings, head to Settings > More > Cellular Networks > Access Point Names. In case you are not sure about your APN settings, it’s better to contact your carrier to get the correct APN settings.