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  • About MattMJB0188
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    U.S.A. - AT&T
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    United States
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    Samsung Galaxy SII (AT&T) - In the phone graveyard
    Samsung Galaxy Note (AT&T) - In the phone graveyard
    Samsung Galaxy SIII (AT&T) - In the phone graveyard
    Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (AT&T) - SOLD
    Samsung Galaxy S4 (AT&T) - SOLD
    Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (T-Mobile / AT&T) - SOLD
    Samsung Galaxy S5 (T-Mobile / AT&T) - SOLD
    Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (T-Mobile / AT&T)
  • Devices
    AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note 4

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  • Join Date: 30th April 2011
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5 Had the opportunity to play with the device today at Best Buy. First impression is picking this device up feels amazing in the hand. The build quality is superb. It feels very premium and solid. I haven't felt any device like this since the iph...
5 I love my new Galaxy S III, but once again I have no way to force HSPA+ only. I need this option while my phone sits in my desk all day. If I can turn LTE off then I can save battery life and still get calls/texts/emails. STOP IT AT&T, JUST ...
4 That's why I said "i know it's to early to cast judgement.." I'm paying retail for my phone I expect it to deliver, the Note 4 is the same price on Verizon and that phone is a beast minus the locked bootloader. Your comparing apples to oranges...
4 This is courtesy of XDA member Bajanman's thread on the AT&T Note 2 forum. Let's test these APN's out on the S4 and see what happens. Changing the APN is also a way to become unthrottled if you still have unlimited data from AT&T. This is a...
4 I have tried several different APN's and none give me data. AT&T has eliminated the GSM toggle menu under mobile networks. It should have: GSM/HSPA/LTE GSM Only HSPA Only GSM/HSPA auto How can we turn off LTE? and use only "4G" (HSPA+)...