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*228 fries Verizon LTE sim cards and should not be performed.
You will probably need a new one now.
This is not necessary for 4G lte sim cards on Verizon, they provision automatically on reboot.
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*228 fries Verizon LTE sim cards and should not be performed.
You will probably need a new one now.
This is not necessary for 4G lte sim cards on Verizon, they provision automatically on reboot.
No that's not true I called Verizon up and they told me that my phone needed updated it hadn't been done in over a year and I reboot my phone everyday. You are supposed to shut it off for 1 to 2 minutes and turn it back on. And for the *228 frying the sim I haven't and I did the *228 2 or 3 times and my sim card is fine.

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No that's not true I called Verizon up and they told me that my phone needed updated it hadn't been done in over a year and I reboot my phone everyday. You are supposed to shut it off for 1 to 2 minutes and turn it back on. And for the *228 frying the sim I haven't and I did the *228 2 or 3 times and my sim card is fine.

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*228 fries Verizon LTE sim cards and should not be performed.
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This is not necessary for 4G lte sim cards on Verizon, they provision automatically on reboot.
Yarp. I get LTE for about a minute, then it kicks down to 3G. Airplane mode cycle and repeat.
 
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Yarp. I get LTE for about a minute, then it kicks down to 3G. Airplane mode cycle and repeat.
Shutdown your phone and leave it off for 2 minutes and turn it back on. If that doesn't work call Verizon and they can push it from their end. That's what I had to do.

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Thanks for the reply, but still no good, at least with shutting the phone down. I let the SIM card sit out of the phone for those few minutes as well.

Now here's something interesting: I changed my preferred band setting (running CM11) to LTE/WCDMA, which supposedly is 4G LTE and 3G, respectively. So far, LTE has held. But my phone has been on the Global setting for the longest time, so I might just pay a visit to the VZ store on my way home from work tomorrow to see if I can beg them for a new SIM card, since I probably won't be able to get 2G/1G signal on this current setting. At least, I don't think I will. And it probably doesn't matter, as I'm usually around LTE, let alone 3G, coverage...

Edit: Nope, dropped to 1X after about 15 minutes of LTE. To VZ I go!
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Thanks for the reply, but still no good, at least with shutting the phone down. I let the SIM card sit out of the phone for those few minutes as well.

Now here's something interesting: I changed my preferred band setting (running CM11) to LTE/WCDMA, which supposedly is 4G LTE and 3G, respectively. So far, LTE has held. But my phone has been on the Global setting for the longest time, so I might just pay a visit to the VZ store on my way home from work tomorrow to see if I can beg them for a new SIM card, since I probably won't be able to get 2G/1G signal on this current setting. At least, I don't think I will. And it probably doesn't matter, as I'm usually around LTE, let alone 3G, coverage...

Edit: Nope, dropped to 1X after about 15 minutes of LTE. To VZ I go!
Just curious if there's a RUU out for the DNA. I'm S-ON and Locked. Tried flashing Santod040's RUU and the second piece of teh update failed thus I'm stuck with the firmware and no ROM. I really NEED a device functioning before mid August. I'm visually impaired and my phone acts as a camera for reading text. (I need at least size 36 or above). Figured since NuSense was so good that I'd trust the stability of the RUU that Santod released. Any help is greatly appreciated. I need it working before the 12th if anyone was curious.

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