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23rd April 2012, 07:10 AM |#81  
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No one getting the gn? Gf got it today and its a rather nice phone she traded in the gsii for it and likes the gn better

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23rd April 2012, 05:50 PM |#82  
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Unless the GSIII blows everything out of the water, I'm getting the 4G LTE.

But I am concerned about Sprint's LTE coverage.


Same here, been thinking of dropping Sprint because of coverage. I've had "The Worlds First 4G Phone" for almost 2 years and have YET to get 4G in my neighborhood at home or work... It's not like I live out in the sticks, I live in a pretty big metro area. Now they're switching to LTE? How can I know it'll be worth or or if I will be stuck with these horrible network speeds (actually asking, lol). If they have to build the infrastructure themselves I'm out.
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HTC just seems to make a better product. Don't get me wrong, I love Samsung, I have several Samsung devices, blu ray players, tv's and more, but HTC seems to make a better phone. Plus I like the Sense UI.
24th April 2012, 05:36 AM |#84  
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Same here, been thinking of dropping Sprint because of coverage. I've had "The Worlds First 4G Phone" for almost 2 years and have YET to get 4G in my neighborhood at home or work... It's not like I live out in the sticks, I live in a pretty big metro area. Now they're switching to LTE? How can I know it'll be worth or or if I will be stuck with these horrible network speeds (actually asking, lol). If they have to build the infrastructure themselves I'm out.

I only get 3g too but if you tweak it you get 4g speeds and I live in Ventura California which is rather a big city, so yea I think it all depends but I do get 4g rarely tho, but LTE is suppose to be a stronger freq.

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24th April 2012, 05:38 AM |#85  
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I only get 3g too but if you tweak it you get 4g speeds and I live in Ventura California which is rather a big city, so yea I think it all depends but I do get 4g rarely tho, but LTE is suppose to be a stronger freq.

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What type of tweaks do you speak of.....
24th April 2012, 06:04 AM |#86  
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What type of tweaks do you speak of.....

3g turbro charger you can find via v6 thread or choosing a Rom with 3g tweaks I normally get 50-60 kb/s with my curent Rom (nitrous) I get around 300-400

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3g turbro charger you can find via v6 thread or choosing a Rom with 3g tweaks I normally get 50-60 kb/s with my curent Rom (nitrous) I get around 300-400

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Ha I see i have that I thought you were talking some other type of tweak. Thanks dough.
24th April 2012, 07:41 AM |#88  
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Ha I see i have that I thought you were talking some other type of tweak. Thanks dough.


Haha yea np figured you knew about it, I see you around the forums a lot
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3g turbro charger you can find via v6 thread or choosing a Rom with 3g tweaks I normally get 50-60 kb/s with my curent Rom (nitrous) I get around 300-400

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Thanks, I'll give that a shot. Already running v6 now, hadn't seen the 3g tweak though.

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Thanks, I'll give that a shot. Already running v6 now, hadn't seen the 3g tweak though.

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Yeah its cool but the faster you get the more battery hog it becomes I just use the first option its battery friendly FYI.

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Yeah its cool but the faster you get the more battery hog it becomes I just use the first option its battery friendly FYI.

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um... wow... yeah that did the trick! Option 1 took me from 30kb/s to 290kb/s ! Thanks pushed all around

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