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Now THIS is reliability.

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27th May 2014, 06:34 AM   |  #11  
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I don't think the MEID matters for LTE, just the IMEI.

This is correct.
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I'm up to 1511 hours... Almost 63 days!


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MEID 000000000000 but network working

Does your phone work?
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Does your phone work?

IMEI + ICCID for LTE
30th May 2014, 08:36 AM   |  #15  
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IMEI + ICCID for LTE

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Does that mean you can call someone?
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Before this trip mine hadn't rebooted in forever. Ill keep an eye on it from now on.
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1086 hours without a reboot (including system crashes). That's over 45 days since my Moto X was last turned off, and it still runs as smooth as butter. I recall the days of my OG Droid, where I'd reboot it once a day just to keep it functioning...

Motorola really made a great device here.

My last iPhone went for almost a year without a reboot. And The only reason I rebooted it was for an iOS update.

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