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AT&T slow LTE download but high upload

14th January 2014, 02:07 PM   |  #11  
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I had another AT&T LTE phone and I just swapped the Sim. As far as AT&T knows I still have my Galaxy S4. This is the apn it used automatically and the settings for it that work for me.

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So If you log into your online at&t account, does it still show the S4 as the phone on your line"
14th January 2014, 02:29 PM   |  #12  
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So If you log into your online at&t account, does it still show the S4 as the phone on your line"

Yea exactly. I also kept my IMEI on file from that phone in case I ever need to call support so they still think I have the phone since the Nexus phones are totally unsupported on their end. They refuse to give the least amount of support even to any phone that has a unlocked or unlockable bootloader on their network.

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