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Network type falling back to WCDMA/GSM

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Demigod
Message 11 of 12
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Message 11 of 12

Re: Network type falling back to WCDMA/GSM

LTE often catches few hours after entering valid settings into APN. It is very sensitive, when HSPA may work LTE won't connect. Sometimes autodownloaded settings aren't working on LTE, that was in my case.

Best regards,
Sergio PL

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Xperia Z3 Compact / Nexus 7 (2012)
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Emperor
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Re: Network type falling back to WCDMA/GSM

@Delph

 

bars aren't reliable, contact your network regarding their LTE coverage. 




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