Thanks Meter 70
Join Date: Feb 2008
Location: Chicago, IL USA
Originally Posted by Lucky Armpit
But I was in Raleigh a month ago which is a strong 4G market and I had it happen then, so that shoots that theory in the foot.
1) LTE has nothing to do with voice.
2) Virginia may have been built out with the same equipment as your local area, which is why you have issues in both areas. We don't know where Verizon installed what. It is likely a patchwork of different vendors across the country. It is unlikely that they would mix two vendors in one city, there would be a clean cutoff between providers.
In short, you have given us a little information, but not nearly enough to decide the issue one way or another.
Originally Posted by efrant
Hopefully that will also mean that those on IMM30B could check-for/receive their update after that date as well.
There's usually a generic download for Nexus devices in additon to one targeted at people with the main OS version, like ICL-53F. These capture people on leaked ROM's and people who activate new phones that still have 4.0.1 on them.
Current Device: LG Nexus 4
Former Devicess: Samsung Galaxy Nexus LTE, HTC Nexus One, HTC Fuze, Nokia E71, HTC Tilt, Blackberry Pearl 8100, Motorola Q9h, RAZR V3xx, KRZR K1, & RAZR V3c, Palm Centro GSM, Samsung BlackJack.
Former AT&T employee. They suck. You have no idea how much they suck. In fact, I should probably change my s/n, since I haven't even used them in 3 years.