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Default No XLTE on NC5

Sorry been out of the scene for awhile and recently wanted to take advantage of XLTE. I've read updating the modem to NC5 which should enable XLTE. Currently I updated to the latest NC5 and I've notice I'm still getting LTE speeds. I'm pretty sure XLTE is rolled out in my area Southern California and I'm in Orange county. I've tried to download a few apps to see if I can distinguish if I'm on XLTE such as Advanced Signal status and Network Signal info but not sure if it should display XLTE on the apps. Am I doing something incorrect?


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XLTE isn't any faster, it's the same speed network on another band, all it means is that you'll see more reliable speeds in congested areas. I see you're on the MJ7 bootloader and flashed the NC5 modem, but you were already getting XLTE. MJ7 was the first modem that enabled the new band.
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XLTE isn't any faster, it's the same speed network on another band, all it means is that you'll see more reliable speeds in congested areas. I see you're on the MJ7 bootloader and flashed the NC5 modem, but you were already getting XLTE. MJ7 was the first modem that enabled the new band.
Isn't he on the MDK Bottloader, Look at his kernel
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Isn't he on the MDK Bottloader, Look at his kernel
Yeah yyour right he's on a deodexed mj7 rom i guess
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