I just bought the Gallaxy note 2 GT-N7105T with Vodafone AU branding.
It says its LTE 4G(1800,2600) but when im in a LTE Zone(2600) it only says H+ on it when on the internet......Does this device show LTE or H+ when in a LTE Zone?
I am using a different carrier SIM(Telstra) in the Vodafone branded phone.(Vodafone here has not launched its 4G yet),..could it be software related due to the launch delay?...
How do i re brand it to Telstra AU ?....do i need to root the phone or can i simply download the file to sd card and re flash it?
Does anyone have the latest Telstra AU File?
Thanks....Im abit dissapointed that i cannot se 4G on it...so i want to fix it because i love the phone.
..i am right in the middle of a 4G zone so i know the signal is strong (i tried it in my other HTC 4G phone which shows LTE on it)
Sorry ...I didnt realise there was a typo in my last post...the model number I purchased is the GT-N7105T.
Sorry for the confusion.
I am really stumped as to why im not seeing LTE on the phone in the lte zone.
Maybe try searching for answer here, then posting if you cannot find an answer, where the same model number of your phone is at.
This forum is for Sprint model SPH-L900, not the GT-N7105T.
Thanks...sorry I should have looked a little closer....
Its a bit hard to brouse the forum on s little phone.
Cant wait to sort my issue out so I csn start using mt note 3 again.
I will go check out the correct section.
Was driving to Long Beach airport and saw my 4g symbol turn on once I reached Lakewood. I'm glad they're working In Orange County but sad to see the speed. Hopefully they were just testing or something.
Please take all LTE discussions here so we don't clutter up General with "Hey I just saw LTE pop up on my phone" threads.
Thank you for your cooperation
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I know Pittsburgh and Western PA will not be getting 4G til the "4th round" which means probably midway through 2013. I can only hope unlike their last 4G rollout, everybody else (not just pittsburgh metro) will actually get said coverage... If not, we (my wife and I) might have to switch...
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