Upgraded my CyanogenMOD to verion cm-6.0.0-N1-alpha1 ( Froyo 🙂 ).
Had to do a wipe so my APN settings disappeared. Anyways, if you face the same problem, here’s DiGi’s APN settings and how to add them in.
1) Home -> Menu -> Settings -> Wireless & networks -> Mobile networks -> Access Points Name
2) Menu -> New APN
## DATA ##
Name: DIGI Data - Internet
APN Type: default
## MMS ##
Name: DIGI MMS (WAP 2.0)
MMS Proxy: 203.092.128.160
MMS Port: 80
APN Type: mms
You can find Maxis and Celcom APN settings @ lowyat
Changed the sim on my rooted Google Nexus One today and managed to lock myself out :D.
Waited for the PUK code prompt to come up but it never did. Apparently there’s none, traditionally on other phones you’s get a dedicated prompt for the PUK code but on the Nexus One you use the “phone pad” instead.
Here’s the walk-through.
1. Call your carrier and have them provide you the PUK code. You might be able to obtain your PUK code from your carrier’s web page also, like mine.
2. Turn the phone on, wait till you see the locked message comes up.
3. Select the emergency call option. Input the the below code through the key pad.
**05* (PUK CODE) * (NEW PIN) * (CONFIRM NEW PIN) #
Your Google Nexus One should be unlocked now.
The easiest way to follow the World Cup on Twitter.
pssssst…. also check this link out. Love the table!!
Just Google “World Cup” and you’ll see the World Cup 2010 team listings, fixtures, schedules and scores. All within you google serach result.
If you look hard enough you will also realize that the “Google” at the bottom of the page has been changed to “Goooooooal!!”.
All this for the World Cup scheduled to start in 2 days :D!!!
Wonder how your friends checkin in “Off The Grid” in FourSquare?
Simple, when you check in using your mobile device make sure all share options are not selected. Don’t share with your friends, don’t post to twitter and don’t post to FB.
That’s it. Tell me if it works for you.