Sony Xperia How to Disable Mobile Internet
After buying a new smartphone Sony Xperia, the user wants to get the most out of him: constantly communicate with friends on social networks, browse your favorite sites, share photos and much more. Fortunately, modern mobile operators provide tariffs with free mobile Internet for a nominal fee. Personally, when I bought Sony Xperia Z2, the first thing I did was change my tariff plan to a new one, with free access to the Internet without limiting daily traffic. And in truth, going out into the street, without the Internet, the smartphone turns into a simple “dialer”, and the number of open Wi-Fi access points in my city is not large. However, many users may be faced with the question of how to set up the Internet on Sony Xperia and I will try to give an answer to this soul of a quivering question.
Of course, there is no single “panacea” here, since everything is tied precisely to your mobile operator, which actually provides you with the Internet access service and its access point must be registered.
According to a good score, the first time you turn on the smartphone, automatic settings should come to your number, after which access to the Internet service will be active. If this does not happen, then you can go to “Settings. Internet Settings” and select your operator in the window.
You can also use the manual entry of all the necessary settings if the automatic ones do not come to you or do not want to work. To do this, first of all, go to the website of your operator and find everything there for manual setting up the Internet (below is a screenshot with this data on the example of the Ukrainian mobile operator MTS, you need to go to the website of your operator!):
After that, go to the Sony Xperia smartphone in “Settings. APN Access Points”, then click on the plus sign in the upper right corner to add an access point, enter all the data that you found on the site and save the settings.
After that, select the added access point and enable mobile data transfer.