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4G cuts off when I get a call.

17th June 2014, 07:19 PM |#1  
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When I get a call my 4G cuts off, this doesn't make any sense. Can someone please tell me how to turn this feature off? Thanks
 
 
17th June 2014, 07:43 PM |#2  
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When I get a call my 4G cuts off, this doesn't make any sense. Can someone please tell me how to turn this feature off? Thanks

You can thank Sprint and Sprint Spark for that. All new Sprint phones do this.
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You can thank Sprint and Sprint Spark for that. All new Sprint hones do this.

What??? that is such crap, how do they expect to keep customers, if they take away extremely useful features like that? Thanks for the information.
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What??? that is such crap, how do they expect to keep customers, if they take away extremely useful features like that? Thanks for the information.

Vocie over LTE should be lanching soon and hopefully this wont be a problem anymore but i agree this is crap.
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Vocie over LTE should be lanching soon and hopefully this wont be a problem anymore but i agree this is crap.

Says who? That is not true. I believe it is hardware and not software related.

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Says who? That is not true. I believe it is hardware and not software related.

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VOLTE is the goal but I dont think it will come soon, even this year. Maybe towards the end of the Network Vision rollout. Unfortunately until VOLTE is ready CSFB is all we get, and it sucks. Its hard to switch tho when you work right under a site with an active B41 connection with speeds up to ~75Mbps...
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Vocie over LTE should be lanching soon and hopefully this wont be a problem anymore but i agree this is crap.

I would much rather Sprint actually roll out their LTE network in a satisfactory manner, before launching VoLTE. Sprint LTE has poor coverage in many large cities, and the last thing I would want is to miss phone calls due to an incomplete and poorly functioning LTE network. Sprint knows this I am sure, so don't expect it anytime soon.
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Says who? That is not true. I believe it is hardware and not software related.

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volte turns voice into lte data. So it would be just another data stream. So voice and data would work at the same time since it would all be data. Personally I would have rather had that than vowifi.

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