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T-Mobile LG Optimus G Pro Owners Reception Q

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12th April 2014, 05:52 AM   |  #1  
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I was hoping to ask the community if any combination of rom, baseband, modem, kernel etc could somehow improve the inconsistent/weak call quality and reception issues that carrier unlocked owners of the G Pro may be experiencing.
On T-mobile, I realize that i'm mostly on refarmed LTE frequencies, but for the most part the phone just drops reception on/off on a regular basis. Signal strength is consistently over -107dbm. No option to manually choose 2g, 3g vs 4g networks.

Any help and insight would be much appreciated. Thanks!!!
12th April 2014, 06:04 AM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by aaivazi

I was hoping to ask the community if any combination of rom, baseband, modem, kernel etc could somehow improve the inconsistent/weak call quality and reception issues that carrier unlocked owners of the G Pro may be experiencing.
On T-mobile, I realize that i'm mostly on refarmed LTE frequencies, but for the most part the phone just drops reception on/off on a regular basis. Signal strength is consistently over -107dbm. No option to manually choose 2g, 3g vs 4g networks.

Any help and insight would be much appreciated. Thanks!!!

You on stock ROM?

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12th April 2014, 06:06 AM   |  #3  
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You on stock ROM?

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yup, completely stock 4.1 JB
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T-Mobile have weak signal on LTE.

Maybe is time to try another's ROM?

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T-Mobile have weak signal on LTE.

Maybe is time to try another's ROM?

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would just switching to a different rom without flashing baseband or modem, etc do the trick? I was hoping to not try the shotgun approach of a hundred different attempts to see what would be the best fit. There's currently not much on the forums right now to say which/if anything at all would work best for non att users.
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Originally Posted by aaivazi

I was hoping to ask the community if any combination of rom, baseband, modem, kernel etc could somehow improve the inconsistent/weak call quality and reception issues that carrier unlocked owners of the G Pro may be experiencing.
On T-mobile, I realize that i'm mostly on refarmed LTE frequencies, but for the most part the phone just drops reception on/off on a regular basis. Signal strength is consistently over -107dbm. No option to manually choose 2g, 3g vs 4g networks.

Any help and insight would be much appreciated. Thanks!!!

If you are rooted, you can enable network mode in the build.prop and manually choose between 2/3/4g networks

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