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By wa7eed, Member on 8th May 2014, 08:02 AM
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Hi, I'm using different SIM carrier. My GSM network working perfect and data accepting 3G & 3G+ but it not accepting LTE "My GSM carrier supporting LTE (4G)", even when I set LTE/CDMA it not connect to LTE.

My device:S-off
ROM: Viber 1.5
TWRP: 2.7.0.2
 
 
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Hi, I'm using different SIM carrier. My GSM network working perfect and data accepting 3G & 3G+ but it not accepting LTE "My GSM carrier supporting LTE (4G)", even when I set LTE/CDMA it not connect to LTE.

My device:S-off
ROM: Viber 1.5
TWRP: 2.7.0.2

Your phone is from what carrier? And the SIM you're using is from what carrier ?
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Your phone is from what carrier? And the SIM you're using is from what carrier ?

My phone from VERIZON and my carrier Mobily (Saudi Telecom company).
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The Verizon version uses 700Mhz for LTE, you need 2600Mhz. I believe the Sprint version would work.
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