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Droid Ultra AT&T Nano Sim

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21st May 2014, 12:54 PM   |  #11  
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I'm on aio wireless (att) now with my maxx. I get edge, H and H+ everywhere I go. $35/mo for unlimited t/t and 3g data. I'm on Wi-Fi everywhere else. All functions work perfectly.

What speeds are you getting on aio (now cricket) on H+?

How strong is your signal?

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23rd May 2014, 08:45 PM   |  #12  
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all of Motorola phones for Verizon are factory unlocked , not many people know about it. I have cricket and I get 4g lte. I also have a moto x and works beautiful.
2nd August 2014, 12:12 AM   |  #13  
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all of Motorola phones for Verizon are factory unlocked , not many people know about it. I have cricket and I get 4g lte. I also have a moto x and works beautiful.

What kinda of speeds do you get and what APN settings are you using? I plan to make the switch with my Maxx next week to Cricket.
8th August 2014, 06:46 PM   |  #14  
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I have my Droid Maxx on Straight Talk through AT&T towers. I get LTE but I cant send any texts and the calls dont go out, is there a fix for this? Also every time I put in my APN settings, save, and select them and and then go out of my settings it resets and doesn't keep it selected. Any ideas on these issues I'm on 4.4.4 stock, rooted, debloated, and unlocked boot loader. Thanks
8th August 2014, 09:26 PM   |  #15  
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I have my Droid Maxx on Straight Talk through AT&T towers. I get LTE but I cant send any texts and the calls dont go out, is there a fix for this? Also every time I put in my APN settings, save, and select them and and then go out of my settings it resets and doesn't keep it selected. Any ideas on these issues I'm on 4.4.4 stock, rooted, debloated, and unlocked boot loader. Thanks

That doesn't sound right. I've been on AT&T with my bootloader unlocked Droid Maxx for ages and have never gotten LTE (despite getting it in the same locations with a Dev Edition Moto X). APN settings are correct, but the phone lacks the proper radios to pick up AT&T LTE. Sure you aren't getting HPSA+? Everything works flawlessly here out of the box.
8th August 2014, 09:37 PM   |  #16  
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That doesn't sound right. I've been on AT&T with my bootloader unlocked Droid Maxx for ages and have never gotten LTE (despite getting it in the same locations with a Dev Edition Moto X). APN settings are correct, but the phone lacks the proper radios to pick up AT&T LTE. Sure you aren't getting HPSA+? Everything works flawlessly here out of the box.

It says 4GLTE and the speeds are there AT&T uses a small bit of band 4 for LTE its says that on here somewhere and I guess I'm picking that up.I searched deeper and I found the different forums that LTE is a pain on 4.4.x
10th August 2014, 04:46 AM   |  #17  
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From what I know and what I've seen AT&T works with all phones even if they are locked down to their carriers
12th August 2014, 05:56 PM   |  #18  
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If you use topsnakes moto x 4.4.4 port for the droid line LTE works just fine

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