Velocity 2 APN Settings for Blue Evo
- Model number: MF985
- Entry-level Device
- Made best for 1-2 People
- 90-day warranty
- Type C charger
- Can handle up to 10 devices, recommend 5
The Velocity 2 is best for travel, it is not meant to be plugged in constantly. The Battery will swell if the Velocity 2 is left plugged into the wall charger at all times. Velocity 2 has a few common issues with easy troubleshooting steps. Customers do not believe there is a SIM card installed. However, the SIM card is pre-installed into the device for customer convenience.
Steps to take to find the Sim card: At the bottom-right side of the device beside the charging port, you should see a slot with a little hole next to it. You will need a safety/bobby pin to press the release button inside that little hole. Once you do that, a tray will pop out. That tray holds your SIM card (and also an optional micro-SD card, if you would like).
How to factory reset:
- From the home screen, tap Settings.
- Scroll to, then tap Factory reset.
- Tap Reset Device.
- Tap OK.
If you cannot reset the device via the Settings, open the SIM card cover, and use a paperclip to press the reset button for 10 seconds.
Velocity 2 APN Settings:
Connect your laptop or phone to your Velocity 2.
Once connected pull up a web browser and type http://192.168.1.1 or http://attwifimanager
Once you have that site up your will type in "attadmin" as the password to log in to the site. (If this does not work please perform a factory reset on the device.)
Click Settings>Click Network
Click the Radial button Beside "Manual" > Place your cursor in the Profile Name and type in OTR Mobile > Then you will type the APN corresponding with the plan into the APN field. (Please See the guide below for APN settings below the last image
APNS/Settings: (PLEASE NOTE THAT THESE ARE CASE SENSITIVE)
- APN: hotspot.accessmylan.net
- PDP TYPE: IPV4
- Authentication: PAP
- USER: "data"
- Password: "data"
- Then proceed to click the "Set Default" button.
Afterward please restart the device by powering it off for a moment then back on and test it.