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Default [Q] :: SIM Card 2 not 3G

Personally, I had a Moto G and he was WCDMA (3G, H, H +) in the two SIM slots and found out after I bought the Xperia C is only WCDMA SIM slot 1 and SIM slot 2 is only 2G. This is hardware or is there anything that can be changed in android to enable the WCDMA Sim slot 2.

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Personally, I had a Moto G and he was WCDMA (3G, H, H +) in the two SIM slots and found out after I bought the Xperia C is only WCDMA SIM slot 1 and SIM slot 2 is only 2G. This is hardware or is there anything that can be changed in android to enable the WCDMA Sim slot 2.

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Hardware supports 3g, H+ and H on both sim cards. It is not allowed by Sony's software. You can fix it yourself.
Procedure is on www.informationlord.com
 
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Personally, I had a Moto G and he was WCDMA (3G, H, H +) in the two SIM slots and found out after I bought the Xperia C is only WCDMA SIM slot 1 and SIM slot 2 is only 2G. This is hardware or is there anything that can be changed in android to enable the WCDMA Sim slot 2.

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Try this
http://www.informationlord.com/dual-...eria-c-phones/

deodexed firmware
http://forum.xda-developers.com/sony...0-b-2-t2867158
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