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S4 Radio Busted?

19th March 2014, 05:30 PM |#1  
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Plz delete. I fixed my own problem.

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Plz delete. I fixed my own problem.

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How did you fix your radio problem...sorry 2 bother having issues with my sprint s4 signal...any help thanks

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How did you fix your radio problem...sorry 2 bother having issues with my sprint s4 signal...any help thanks

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Well the problem was that the LTE radio was the only radio band turned on, since I have my s4 unlocked to Metro, it wouldn't pick up the LTE band. In the "How To" guide for domestic unlock, I did the whole process again, but only when I selected "LTE ALL" in the service menu is when the rest of the bands turned back on and my signal came back.

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