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[Q] Can't connect to 4G after 4.4.4 update

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By kalssuma, Junior Member on 17th June 2014, 02:04 AM
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Hey, writing this from New Zealand on D821 Nexus 5 unlocked.

I have recently updated my Nexus 5 to 4.4.3 and it seems great with improved battery life and all.

However it is really buggering me off that I can't connect to 4G anymore. All I am getting is H+.

My phone setting is on 4G (recommended) for data and I have rebooted the device a few times just in case.

If you know any way I could try and resolve this problem, please help me out.

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17th June 2014, 02:10 AM |#2  
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Is your bootloader unlocked? I'd flash the 4.4.2 radio. Sounds like that worked better for you. If you have a custom recovery there are some zip files too you could flash

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Is your bootloader unlocked? I'd flash the 4.4.2 radio. Sounds like that worked better for you. If you have a custom recovery there are some zip files too you could flash

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Yea, my N5 is not rooted. It is just the 4G connection issue. I am very happy with every other aspect of the update though.
17th June 2014, 02:26 AM |#4  
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Yea, my N5 is not rooted. It is just the 4G connection issue. I am very happy with every other aspect of the update though.

You don't need to be rooted. Flashing a radio from fastboot just needs an unlocked bootloader

I've seen many complaints regarding this new radio. It's great that we have a nexus and can roll back to anything we want to
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You don't need to be rooted. Flashing a radio from fastboot just needs an unlocked bootloader

I've seen many complaints regarding this new radio. It's great that we have a nexus and can roll back to anything we want to

Hey, thanks for your reply. So, do you mean that I can use the previous 4.4.2 radio setting with all the other 4.4.3 features remaining the same?

Could you be able to provide me with a link to 4.4.2 radio bootloader please?

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17th June 2014, 02:40 AM |#6  
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Hey, thanks for your reply. So, do you mean that I can use the previous 4.4.2 radio setting with all the other 4.4.3 features remaining the same?

Could you be able to provide me with a link to 4.4.2 radio bootloader please?

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Yes. If your boot loader is unlocked just fastboot flash the radio

fastboot flash radio radio.img

Get radio.img out of the factory image. Google nexus 5 factory image. Download it and extract it. In there is another zip file, extract that too. There you find the radio.img

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Yes. If your boot loader is unlocked just fastboot flash the radio

fastboot flash radio radio.img

Get radio.img out of the factory image. Google nexus 5 factory image. Download it and extract it. In there is another zip file, extract that too. There you find the radio.img

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Hey, thanks for your reply.

Will this factory reset my phone?

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17th June 2014, 12:33 PM |#8  
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Hey, thanks for your reply.

Will this factory reset my phone?

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No, it will not. You won't lose anything on your phone

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