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Great! Also, please check your PMs - I sent you one with a personal request (but lets not discuss it in the open forum).
First of all I wanted to thank you, because I've updated to 4.4.2 and it work perfectly now. I've also sim unlocked and today I stuck in the att sim card and it seems everything's working. I was just wondering the telephone now is always say 3G signal, it means it never goes on H or H+? is that normal?

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First of all I wanted to thank you, because I've updated to 4.4.2 and it work perfectly now. I've also sim unlocked and today I stuck in the att sim card and it seems everything's working. I was just wondering the telephone now is always say 3G signal, it means it never goes on H or H+? is that normal?

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Have a look in Settings > Status, and note what is listed under mobile network type. If it says HSPA/HSPA+, all is well. Not sure why it isn't showing the H. Although I am the original developer of the Sim-Crack, I don't have an XT1056 myself - I did it for the community. Therefore I can't really tell you why it wouldn't show H....but so long as it says HSPA or HSPA+ in Settings > Status > Mobile Networks, you need not worry
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Have a look in Settings > Status, and note what is listed under mobile network type. If it says HSPA/HSPA+, all is well. Not sure why it isn't showing the H. Although I am the original developer of the Sim-Crack, I don't have an XT1056 myself - I did it for the community. Therefore I can't really tell you why it wouldn't show H....but so long as it says HSPA or HSPA+ in Settings > Status > Mobile Networks, you need not worry
Yes, indeed, but it's always stuck in 3G, but everything works perfectly, so I'm happy this way. For me we can close the post.

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