Tweakker 'All Operator APNs | Beta" app

by supp...@tweakker.com » Thu, 12 May 2011 08:59:31 GMT


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 We (Tweakker) have launched an Android application that will help
users worldwide set up their internet (APN) settings.. We hope this
forum could be interested in testing this new application. Even though
your internet is working on your phone you can still try the app and
help us improve it. For more details on the application go to
 http://tweakker.com  or download it directly from the Android market:
https://market.android.com/details?id=com.tweakker

Our mission is to solve the internet settings problems that users
experience once and for all.

You can reach us at supp...@tweakker.zendesk.com if you have feedback
or need help.

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