T-Mobile Internet Mod Apk New 2022*


An easy way to manage your T-Mobile Internet and LTE Wi-Fi Gateway.
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T-Mobile USA
October 13, 2022
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T-Mobile Internet Mod Apk New 2022*

Set up your T-Mobile Web carrier in simply Quarter-hour with the T-Mobile Web app. As soon as you’re up and working, the app is all you want to take regulate of your web revel in.
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40 comments on "T-Mobile Internet Mod Apk New 2022*"

  1. Dick Wheawill says:

    Works like a charm for me. Both the app and the service. Easy setup and zero issues in not quite a month of service. Speed is consistent and no buffering issues when streaming video on my TV, which wasn’t always the case with my former FIOS service at double the 30 dollar price. So far, highly recommended.

  2. Tina Agnew says:

    Unstable app. Half the time I cannot access to control my devices. I like to limit internet access to devices, having the ability to set a schedule is fine, but when I want to change it I get caught in a loop that I’m not connected to my network. I can echo the comments below that being able to name devices would be AMAZING! But right now I’d prefer an app that functions at all.

  3. Yoryie Irizarry says:

    The app is a good start. I have faith that T-Mobile will continue to improve it. I have a VPN on my phone, the app works good if I disconnect the VPN. I am not willing to do that, I hope this changes, in the meantime is sitting unused and useless in my phone. Every 2 or 3 weeks I check if it works. In the interim T-Mobile keeps sending emails encouraging me to use the app. That is annoying.

  4. Dan Hlavenka says:

    As many others have noted, this app simply does not work. The furthest I’ve been able to get is a screen complaining that it was unable to connect to the gateway’s WiFi network, even though it’s already connected. When I tried starting over, it now freezes right before the screen where I’d enter the admin password. This is especially annoying since settings used to be available right from the device itself through a web interface, but then they removed it to force people to install this app.

  5. Kelsey Dawson says:

    While set up is simple and quick, my biggest issue with this app is the fact that there is no way to access your controls if you lose your wifi connection. How can you fix connection issues if you need your wifi to acess the app that controls it? Especially if you forget your password, or your connection to the app is disrupted even though you are clearly connected on your device. The redundancies are ASTOUNDING. Having to call support for something so simple is frustrating beyond all means.

  6. Universum Ex Animo says:

    While setup was easy, as is also noted by other comments, the biggest issue is that it’s super rare for the app to actually detect the router and allow for customization. Which wouldn’t be a big deal if it weren’t the only way(that km aware of) to disable and enable certain devices or to be able to switch between speeds.

  7. C Conatser says:

    App is not much use if it won’t recognize that I am connected to the device’s wifi. Please upgrade device’s firmware to allow all settings to be made using IP address via browser. Managing with app is painful. Managing multiple routers is really confusing. Clearing the app cache and data in Android will help the app function again, especially when switching between tmobile routers or replacing one. A large number of the tmobile black router boxes are defective but sent to users anyway.

  8. Kristianna Leighlah Vann says:

    Super hard to use, glitches and isn’t even accurate. Won’t even show anything if my phone isn’t connected to the wifi when the wifi is down, when the app is supposed to help me figure out what’s wrong according to agents. Hate that you can’t figure out out rename devices either. The app is literally useless and i hate that you have to download it for setup cause I’ve never used it since even though I’ve wanted to cause it’s horrible

  9. Mechelle Cline says:

    The actual Internet itself is great. This app though…. What’s the point in having an app that controls device times if it doesn’t let you onto the page that allows you to do so? The app is so spotty and hardly ever works. I’ve had a tablet that I can’t connect to the internet for 3 months now because of it. Do better or don’t advertise about that feature

  10. Paul Wiesike says:

    Order at your own risk. The pricing is good but my service is excrutiatingly slow and way below the minimum advertised speed. I’ve placed this device all over my apartment and I have large windows with plenty of open space and facing three large towers. The only explaination I got from customer service was tower maintenance but this has been going on for months and it’s affecting my work. Just a really poor experience and I have no other choice but to switch back to Comcast.

  11. Matthew Grubb says:

    The app doesn’t work, I will be connected to the home internet and the app says that I need to connect to the router then restart the app. Done this multiple times and still the same message. I can’t even schedule the devices for certain times. We are about ready to cancel the home internet service because of all the glitches.

  12. Jaxon Lee says:

    T-Mobile home internet service is great. It’s reliable and cheaper than the cable options that are out there. But this review is about the app, not the service. The app is awful. It allows for no granular controls over things like port forwarding, DMZ, or anything that an advanced user would want. In fact, you can’t even deactivate the gateways Wi-Fi using the app. In the year 2022, this is completely ridiculous.

  13. Rod Logsdon says:

    First off, I am very happy with the internet service. It has been fast, reliable and consistent. I am giving a 1 star review because of the app. This is without a doubt one of the most poorly executed Android apps I have ever encountered. First of all, it rarely works. It can never find the gateway, even with my phone or tablet sitting literally 1 inch from the gateway. That being said, even when it does connect (about 1 in 50 tries) it is pretty useless. It has very limited functionality.

  14. Donald Dwyer says:

    I used to have very good signal strength (4 bars) and excellent speed. Over the past 2 weeks both have been much weaker and slower and cellular metrics are as bad as dsl. They keep telling me that the tower is being updated, got a trouble ticket and now can’t get through to tech support. This sucks. Verizon 4G is much more steady and reliable and speeds are pretty consistent at around 50 mbps.

  15. Jessica Taylor says:

    The internet service is great! But this app, it was working perfectly fine until a week ago. I’ve tried updating, clearing cache and data, reinstalling and it still won’t let me get past the page to see anything. Keeps telling me I need to connect to the wifi, and I am. Aggravating.

  16. Samuel J. Lawson says:

    These no advanced network controls on the home gateways, the app doesn’t let you do anything that you should be able to do with your own home LAN. Can’t change dns, can’t do IP port forwarding, can’t change individual device data caps – and that’s just basic admin options. There are no real advanced admin options. 100% do not recommend if you consider yourself even moderately knowledgeable about home networking. Turn off Wi-Fi and like a cable into a real Wi-Fi router with a web interface.

  17. Stephanie Fernandez says:

    Do NOT use T Mobile for your internet. If you have issues, the call center is not helpful. They leave you on hold for nearly an hour and answer immediately if you call on another line. They say they’ll get back to you on a certain day and never call back. They have not fixed our issue (incorrect geolocation even though there is no VPN being used). The internet keeps connecting and disconnect on its own though it says we have a “very good” connection. The app keeps having to reload on its own.

  18. Bruce says:

    Worked OK for four months; went toes-up yesterday. Also lost internet access; hard reboot solved that. The app is too simplistic; I’d prefer more control and security features such as a firewall. But if you hide the network from broadcasting, firewall connected computers, use a VPN and encrypted email, harden browser security settings, and disable “personalization” features to stop websites and big tech from tracking and stealing your activity and data, you’re golden.

  19. Kevin Lee says:

    The app is terrible. Constantly tells me I’m not logged into my internet whenever I go to the “devices” or “network” pages. I live in a rural area so I won’t talk about the actual service but the app needs alot of work because right now it’s nearly unusable. Some devices had their Internet access turned off in the app and now I’m not able to connect to the internet with those devices because every time I go to that page it kicks me out to the login page of the app.

  20. Joel Trigo says:

    App is very glitchy. I like to disable internet on certain devices but if I go to the devices tab it says I’m not connected to the wifi network even though i am. I have to exit and reenter the app many many times for the device list to finally show up so I can either enable or disable a device. Tmobile you need to update your app with a fix! Or at least have a PC/Mac app that we can do this from.

  21. Todd Taylor says:

    Looks promising, but not very helpful at this point. It has no basic gateway configuration options similar to other devices (dhcp, dns, port forwarding, etc) so, only allowing for wifi config. Sadly, when the gateway cannot connect to the internet, as mine seems to do weekly, the app will not connect to the device and you cannot remotely restart. It would be nice to be able to see all the alerts/messages in the app that my gateway reports.

  22. Keeda P says:

    At first it was great connecting and running but now only 2nd payment and it’s acting like trash service it’s starting to drop service constantly buffering or no service at all and the app doesn’t provide you with much to choose from to fix any issues. Don’t know if this is to get better or worse could be too early to tell maybe.

  23. Ken Stagg says:

    I had cable and internet service. I did away with them as the service fees keep going up and up but they advertise my same services at a much lower rate. So I went without any service for a year or so. I thought I would try the wireless and I’m so glad I did. I have added a steaming service and now got more TV options then I had with my previous cable service. I have hooked up two laptop and a desk top plus a table in the house with no problems. No hurky jurky screaming at all. 😊 happy!

  24. Steven Person says:

    The service has been great, but coming from my own router and the ability to really customize multiple separate networks and other settings like port forwarding and QoS, I find this app and Gateway to be very lacking in features. The coverage is great throughout the house, but I really need these other settings and the ability to change the Gateway using my computer (not just the app). I’d also like the ability to name the devices instead of having a generic label of “Device” and mac address.

  25. Jameson Huddle says:

    Hey folks, been a customer for a few months now due to limited options in my area and T-Mobile has exibited just about every bad thing about internet companies that there is. Bad customer service including lying, terrible speed, connection loss, inconsistency, extra fees (not many but they did add fees without telling me). The app gave a pop up “rate us” and while filling it out negatively it booted me out, doesn’t make much sense but it did happen.

  26. Roberto Alfaro says:

    App is very basic and doesn’t provide much info. My T-Mobile Home Internet has been unstable I experience frequent service interruptions in my area. Whenever I check the app it shows as if everything is okay my connection is “Excellent” but my internet access is non-existant. The initial setup instructions are only reason I gave this app 2* as it was clear and easy to follow.

  27. Elizabeth Wilkes says:

    App is horrible. Spent over an hour talking to customer support because every time I go to click on the devices tab it says I’m not connected even though I have a good connection. I have several devices I can’t connect to the internet. It’s beyond frustrating. I was told I would get a call back to have this resolved and it’s been weeks. Fix the app!

  28. Draz Raz says:

    I have loved T-Mobile for several years, until recently. Continuous dropped calls and now this app won’t open so I can’t configure my router to match the settings my security cameras are programmed with. Today we lost a chicken and couldn’t pull up video to see what happened. Very disappointed. I just can’t get open the app to stay open.

  29. Thomas Cabernoch says:

    The app sucks, but that’s a reflection of the locked down and featureless nature of the device. It has essentially zero of the functions you expect from an internet gateway. The list of connected devices is just MAC IDs, and you can’t label them. No firewall functions accessible, no port forwarding, no log management. The device gets you online (with decent speed but lots of lag) and that’s it.

  30. Michael J Barnes says:

    Using the app, I was forced to use the manual process to setup the WiFi. After manual setup with the phone connected, the app never recognized having been set up. Using the “Already setup? Log in.” option, also never worked. Putting in the admin password would only yield another message stating that it wasn’t setup. After spending 4 hours with multiple tech support agents, this issue was never alleviated.

  31. Wayne Resnick says:

    T-Mobile took away web config with new gateway, leaving app as the only way to control anything. The app lets you do next to nothing, especially related to standard router, gateway, DHCP settings, etc. It won’t even let me put in the SSID that I had been using, because while the web interface accepted any characters, this one disallows certain characters for no reason. I was essentially forced to get a separate router, plug that into the gateway and use that, but can’t turn off T-Mobile WiFi.

  32. Rachel Smith says:

    it was good when I switched over, but there is only one tower in my area,and apparently too many customers. Now my internet is buffering all the time, and the one time a day after work I want to watch a show, I can barely watch it. sometimes I have to ‘resume’ a show probably up to 10 times, before I finish it. the tech support says ‘they have no plans to add additional bandwidth in my area’. maybe I should give 1 star, instead of 2. 🤨😑

  33. Mark D says:

    Easy to use and the app is all right, but it’s at the cost of requested features that are still missing. No DNS, no QoS, no DMZ, no VLANs, no subnets… it really limits the capabilities of the gateway and of the service that they’re trying to sell when it doesn’t work the way you’d hope it would. I wish that there were an open source firmware for the gateway, so that we can use this without the glitches, restarts and slowdowns. They missed the huge market opportunity on this one.

  34. Delihmar Tanueco says:

    I like the feature of the app, you can see the connectivity status of the internet and your devices. Also, the number associated with the device can be easily seen. However, I hope in this app, you will include the feature of accessing the billing for the internet payment arrangement. Other than that, so far the app is good needing little more update on the services provided.

  35. Man Cont says:

    They need to make changes to this app like allowing you to control make adjustments to anything without being connected to WiFi. all the other services that I have had let you do that and more so you can disconnect devices without having to be connected to WiFi pause connections or see who is connected and pause or disconnect it and modify device names because in connected devices you only see the technical name nothing like tv or cell phone (brand) or tablet (brand) or something like that.

  36. Louis Anderson says:

    Always crashes, never works to control the devices, can’t name devices, it has a lot of growing up to do and needs to catch up with the time. The wifi itself works fine, but the app sucks. Oh, and if you’re not connected to your home wifi, you can’t use the app; therefore, if you’re away, you can’t turn off, change or control your kid’s wifi use. Though I changed from xfinity because of their fees and costs, their app at least worked and worked well. Update- 11/7/2022 nothing changed. Still bad

  37. Joshua Putman says:

    It was great for the first couple of months. Suddenly watching 1080p movies became a hassle. We was watching 4k movies flawlessly. Now it seems every 30 minutes we have to unplug the box for 20 seconds to reset it. Sometimes it will start glitching within a minute of resetting. Pixelated movies are hard to watch.

  38. Phillip Chang says:

    5G router has many missing features and can only be controlled via this app. Only basic WiFi network setup. No advanced stuff like DMZ, port forwarding, or anything else. Would also be nice if this could work remotely instead of just in network. Also would be nice to manage multiple devices. Missing features to see SMS texts via webpage or app that prior 4G routers had.

  39. Nate Durtche says:

    This app is low budget it doesn’t do anything maybe you can change your SSID password but from a standpoint of being a router it doesn’t do anything it’s just a glorified hotspot. You should be able to log on to the IP address of the device and configure it. It should be more like a router. You could plug a router into it but all this is going to do is make your signal slower because it’s another device. Please update the mobile and the web UI to make this better suitable for today’s world

  40. Loc Loc says:

    99% of the time the app can’t find the gateway. Only fix is to reboot the gateway. It’s better to pull this app from the Google Play store. Clearly it is very useless even when it works 1% of the time. They haven’t fixed this bug and it has been awhile. There are so many missing features that are in a basic router.

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