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Default T-Mobile LTE and Moto X

Have had LTE in our area for years just noticed the other day both Moto X phone connecting on 4G?

Only setting I find is Auto and or 2 G

Under settings, Data, other, mobile network, preferred network type.

I'm I missing some other setting or trick ?
 
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Pretty sure 4g is LTE. Some devices just say 4g.

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Tmobile rom says 4g for hspa and 4g lte for lte. Usually when I'm in a call, it switches to 4g (hspa) and after the call it switches to lte

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Could be a temporary network problem with tmobile in your area
 
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Tmobile rom says 4g for hspa and 4g lte for lte. Usually when I'm in a call, it switches to 4g (hspa) and after the call it switches to lte

---------- Post added at 12:33 PM ---------- Previous post was at 12:32 PM ----------

Could be a temporary network problem with tmobile in your area
I can second this. My GSM Moto Xs say "4G" for both LTE and HSPA+

Interestingly, the Moto "G" shows "3G" while on HSPA+

One really useful app for checking which network type you are on is called "LTE Discovery" - free from the market. It will let you know if you are on LTE, or HSPA+ (or even EDGE).

You can also go to Settings > About Phone > Status and the network type will be listed under "Mobile Network Type".

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I posted a decent response in your other thread.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2778254

I opened this thread and almost my mind cause I knew I responded last night. Can I mod merge these threads please.

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