Jio APN Settings: Get Your Mobile Data Up and Running Smoothly

This is WITH Proof APN settings that most Jio users don’t know about.

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FieldValue
NameJio 5G
APNjionet
APN typeDefault
ProxyNot set
PortNot set
UsernameNot set
PasswordNot set
ServerNot set
MMSCNot set
MMS proxyNot set
MCC405
MNC868
Authentication TypeNot set
APN Typedefault,supl,xcap,hipri
APN ProtocolIPv4/IPv6
APN Roaming ProtocolIPv4/IPv6
Enable APNTurned On
BearerUnspecified
MVNO typeNone
speed test results from jio 4g
speed test for jio apn

To test our given APN and one provided by the APN-Mostly, we ran some speed tests on a Tecno Camon I, which is a 4G smartphone launched in 2017, I guess. In the first test, the result was 5.29 Mbps with a ping of 1307ms. On the other hand, when I added “hipri” into the APN type category, the speed increased from 5.29 Mbps to 8.03 Mbps. In the next test, with the same “hipri” added into the APN type, it went to 6.56 Mbps. So, just by adding “hipri” in the APN type in the APN settings, we have seen an increase in the internet speed.

Results #1 Before

InformationValue
Date05/13/2024
Time8:03 AM
SourceJio
LocationExcitel, Jaipur
Ping (ms)330
Download Speed (Mbps)5.29
Upload Speed (Mbps)0.00
Speedtest ResultLink
adding the hipri and apn type in android

Results #2 After Modifying

InformationValue
Date05/13/2024
Time8:13 AM
SourceJio
LocationExcitel, Jaipur
Ping (ms)330
Download Speed (Mbps)8.03
Upload Speed (Mbps)0.00
Speedtest ResultLink
image of android in hands with jio apn settings

For iOS Users

FieldValue
NameJio
APNjionet
Username(leave blank)
Password(leave blank)
MMSChttp://mmsc.jio.com/mmsc
MMS Proxy202.88.155.201
MMS Max Message Size1048576
MMS UA Prof URL(leave blank)
APN Typedefault
APN ProtocolIPv4/IPv6
APN Roaming ProtocolIPv4/IPv6
MCC & MNC405, 867
Authentication TypeNone
BearerLTE

Most Used APN by Third Party

FieldValue
NameJio
APNjionet
Username(leave blank)
Password(leave blank)
MMSChttp://mmsc.jio.com/mmsc
MMS Proxy(leave blank)
MMS Max Message Size1048576
MMS UA Prof URL(leave blank)
APN Typedefault
APN ProtocolIPv4/IPv6
APN Roaming ProtocolIPv4/IPv6
MCC405
MNC867
Authentication TypeNone
BearerLTE

How to configure Jio APN settings on your mobile phone?

Configuring Jio APN settings on your mobile phone may vary depending on your phone’s operating system. You can configure APN settings on different operating systems:

Configuring Jio Net APN for Android

  1. Go to Settings > Mobile networks > Access Point Names.
  2. Tap on the + icon to add a new APN.
  3. Enter the following Jio APN settings: Name: Jio 5G APN: jionet APN type: Default Proxy: Not set Port: Not set Username: Not set Password: Not set Server: Not Set MMSC: Not set MMS proxy: not set MCC: 405 MNC: 868 Authentication Type: not set APN Protocol: IPv4/IPv6 APN Roaming Protocol: IPv4/IPv6 Enable APN: Turned On. Bearer: Unspecified.
image of complete jio apn

Why Configure Jio APN Settings?

In most cases, your Jio APN settings should configure automatically when you insert your Jio SIM card. However, there might be situations where manual configuration becomes necessary. Here are a few reasons:

  • New phone: A new phone might not have the Jio APN settings pre-loaded.
  • Network issues: If you’re experiencing slow internet speeds or trouble connecting to the internet altogether, manually configuring the APN settings could help.

Before diving into manual configuration, it’s always a good idea to try some basic troubleshooting steps like restarting your phone or checking that mobile data is enabled. If the problem persists, then proceed with the following guide.

How to Configure Jio APN Settings

Android

  1. Open your phone’s Settings app.
  2. Navigate to the Network & internet section (or similar depending on your phone’s model).
  3. Tap on Mobile network.
  4. Find and select Advanced or Access Point Names (APN).
  5. You might see existing APNs. Tap the + button to create a new one.
  6. Fill in the following details:
    • APN name: JioNet
    • APN: JioNet
    • Leave all other fields blank unless specifically mentioned by Jio.
  7. Tap Save.

iOS

While iPhones typically configure Jio APN settings automatically, you can check if it’s working by following these steps:

  1. Go to Settings.
  2. Tap on Cellular or Mobile Data.
  3. Select Jio (if available).
  4. If the APN settings are missing or incorrect, contact Jio customer care for assistance.

Troubleshooting Tips

After configuring the Jio APN settings, I recommend restarting your phone. In my experience, a simple restart can often resolve connectivity issues.

If you’re still facing problems, try resetting the network settings on your device. Go to Settings > System > Reset options > Reset Wi-Fi, mobile & Bluetooth. Keep in mind that this will erase all your saved Wi-Fi passwords and Bluetooth connections, so make sure you have them backed up before proceeding.

If none of these steps work, don’t hesitate to contact Jio customer care for further assistance. They’re better equipped to diagnose and resolve any persistent issues you might be facing.

  1. I suggest checking if your mobile data is enabled. Sometimes, it’s the simplest things that can cause connectivity problems.
  2. Ensure that you have an active Jio data plan or sufficient balance in your account. Without an active plan or balance, you won’t be able to access the internet.
  3. In my case, I’ve found that updating the mobile network software can sometimes resolve connectivity issues. Check for any available updates and install them.
  4. If you’re using a dual-SIM phone, try disabling the secondary SIM and see if that resolves the issue. Interference between the two SIMs can sometimes cause problems.
  5. Check if you have any third-party applications or VPNs running in the background that might be interfering with your internet connection. Closing or disabling them might help.
  6. Try switching between different network modes (2G/3G/4G) to see if one works better than the others in your area.
  7. If you’re in an area with poor network coverage, consider using Wi-Fi calling or a Jio Wi-Fi hotspot, if available.
  8. Ensure that your phone’s software and apps are up-to-date. Outdated software can sometimes cause compatibility issues with the network.
  9. In my experience, removing and reinserting the SIM card can sometimes resolve connectivity issues. Just make sure to power off your device before doing so.
  10. If you’ve recently changed your phone or SIM card, double-check that the APN settings are correctly configured for your new device or SIM.
  11. As a last resort, you could try resetting your phone to its factory settings. However, make sure to back up your data first, as this will erase all your personal information and settings.

Remember, if you’ve tried all these troubleshooting steps and are still experiencing issues, don’t hesitate to reach out to Jio customer care for further assistance. They have the expertise and resources to help you resolve even the most stubborn connectivity problems.

Conclusion

Alright, guys, let me break it down for you. Getting your Jio APN configuration right is key for smooth internet on your phone. Trust me, been there, done that. So, follow my lead and tweak those settings for optimal performance. If you hit a snag, don’t sweat it, hit up Jio customer care for backup. Happy surfing, fam! 📱🌐