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[Q] 4G issue - No data while screen is off

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31st January 2014, 02:52 AM   |  #1  
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I recently moved into an apartment and my data has a low LTE signal but a decent regular 4G signal. The phone is constantly bouncing back and forth between the two and I wanted to just lock it into 4G. So, I set it to WCDMA only but for some odd reason, the data drops when the screen is off. I'm running HyperDrive RLS12.

Has anybody had this issue and found a fix for it? Or am I dealing with something that cannot be fixed?

Additional information: The data seems to only drop when I turn the screen back on.
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3rd February 2014, 01:04 AM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by THlNK

I recently moved into an apartment and my data has a low LTE signal but a decent regular 4G signal. The phone is constantly bouncing back and forth between the two and I wanted to just lock it into 4G. So, I set it to WCDMA only but for some odd reason, the data drops when the screen is off. I'm running HyperDrive RLS12.

Has anybody had this issue and found a fix for it? Or am I dealing with something that cannot be fixed?

Additional information: The data seems to only drop when I turn the screen back on.

You need to flash the latest radio. You are on mdl modem / baseband you need mk2. If you care about warranty, then go to the general section and look for the thread pertaining about this. Simple search would have led ya to it

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