Originally Posted by stoicwood
The NC5 phone has a constant notification:
I believe there are ways around that.
I used an app called "No Bloat" to disable the "SamsungSetupWizard.apk"
Below are the APN settings from their website which I can confirm get up to HSPA+ and MMS working:
The only differences between the ones on their site and those successfully pushed to my MDK are the name and the pushed did not include "hipri," in the APN type. Both worked fine except for LTE.
I am pretty sure that LTE on this phone uses different bands than Cricket uses. So physically the phone is incapable of LTE on the cricket network.
When I set my phone to "Global" or "LTE/CDMA" mode, I get the "4G" icon on top of the screen... BUT... i cannot send text messages. (can recieve them thought!)
Test messages only works for "GSM / UMTS" mode. At that point i get "H" or "H+" on top of the screen.
I think the phone is programmed to display "4G" just because it's in LTE mode regardless of what the actual connection is.