Originally Posted by xxPLURxx
Here's a few screenshots. The one with the earliest time stamp is at my house, then the next is a mile from my home and the following is a mile after
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According to time stamp:
Home - Edge - strongest signal - 79dBm
1 mile away - 4G - weakest 107
2 miles away - LTE - weaker 106 -
I suggest changing your Network mode to possibly the 2nd choice in the list of the 4 options. You can find that here:
Change the setting accordingly till you find the best option.
As I mentioned, call T-Mobile and ask them about their LTE Network in your area, as it is not cconsistent. At your home, you have Edge, which is the slowest speed, but strongest signal. Compared to LTE, which you're connecting to, but weak signal, so suggest to change to no LTE in that area, so it hopefully forces your device to connect to stronger signal. Or words to that affect
Let me know.....
Try this app in the Playstore, as it will give you a better picture of your Signal strength and additional regarding your connection:
Some reasons why mobile phone signal can be weaker or stronger in some areas.
For instance, a very strong signal outside of a structure, but not inside a structure, etc., etc.
The following are just some basics.
Regarding your issue, it my be T-Mobile growing pains regarding their build out, could be your geographic area, etc. etc......
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