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ok cool thx. I guess if I buy the phone, it will be up to Sprint to unlock it or not...

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I think that's the Sprint version because I would imagine the general GSM model would be compatible with more HSPA frequencies. Only supporting 2 of them wouldn't cut it as an international phone.
According to HTC, that's the case, 2 frequencies, as the Sprint version isn't the GSM model -

http://www.htc.com/www/smartphones/htc-one/#specs
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According to HTC, that's the case, 2 frequencies, as the Sprint version isn't the GSM model -

HTC One Overview - HTC Smartphones
EarlyMon, so according to that page the One on Sprint should have the following:

2G/2.5G - GSM/GPRS/EDGE:
850/900/1800/1900 MHz

1900/2100 MHz with HSDPA up to 14.4 Mbps

3G - CDMA:
800/1900 MHz for Sprint

LTE
1900 MHz

I guess this is correct since the 2G/2.5G did not specified that is is specific to a particular handset or company?
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From AnandTech | Print The HTC One Review (empasis below is mine)

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Receive diversity is mandatory for LTE, but even the UMTS/WCDMA only One includes it since is is again required in part to enable the all metal design. All of the One models are based on Qualcomm's 28nm 2nd generation LTE baseband, the MDM9x15 platform we've seen a bunch of, and its DC-HSPA+/GSM-only (LTE blocks fused off) sibling, MDM8215 for the UMTS/WCDMA only model. This is a big step up from the international edition of the One X and One X+ which both shipped without receive diversity and were based on the aging Intel/Infineon XMM6260 platform.

Like any LTE-enabled handset right now, there's still no way to deliver a single SKU with support for all of the bands that are required, even with active tuning, just due to what transceivers we have. As a result there are a number of different announced variants of the One, which I've outlined in a table. There's also the rumored Verizon model which will no doubt just be a cousin of the Sprint version but instead with support for Band 13.



htc-one-bands.png
Attached is the datasheet for the Qualcomm modems used in the various models.

The Sprint model's modem will do GSM/GRPS/EDGE, but we've seen this same confusion on the releases for the Evo, 3vo and LTEvo - the modem support is there, but the limiting factor is always the actual radio transceiver chips.

The ifixit teardown is for the middle model with the MDM9215, so I don't have the transceiver chip to show (yet).

Could I be wrong? Yes. But it's rare for either AnandTech or I to get this one wrong.

PS - when clean, this will go into the FAQ were it belongs, it also helps answer questions about the DEV phone and what carriers it can work with.

PPS - Big thanks to marctronixx for the reminder and tip here!
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ok, so I'm thorough confuse by this phone. Sprint keeps telling me it is a world phone yet cannot tell me the frequency this thing have....

That last column with the Sprint model shows only two GSM bands and the CDMA and LTE for sprint. The GSM is for data I believe. How then will it make phone call if it is a world phone unless it has the other bands....

Thanks everyone for trying to shed light on this puzzle for me.
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The two bands on the Sprint phone are popular elsewhere in the world - world phone.

I was in Korea, in an area with CDMA coverage with the same exact frequencies we used - even with the radios matching, I had no coverage.

I've been in parts of Asia with AT&T GSM phones where I could call but not get data.

AT&T's model has 3 frequencies rather 2 or 4.

More frequencies = more coverage...

... supposedly, but even when the frequencies match, you don't get guarantees and when they don't - you're stuck.

Closest you can get here is the ATT or T-Mo phone (but so far as I know, that last one is doing its own thing with AWs on one of those channels, so for world coverage) - you'll still max out at 3 with those.

UMTS frequency bands - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

PS - you can do voice on UMTS - http://www.umtsworld.com/technology/wcdma.htm
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Ok, so France uses Edge/GSM 900/1800 and 900/2100 for 3G. I might be able to use the Sprint version in France....

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Here's an oldie but a goodie from 2006 - GSM, EDGE, WCDMA, GPRS, HSDPA

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1- GSM: 2G Europian standard and the first digital mobile system. It offers only circuit-switched traffic (i.e voice calls, SMS...etc) and data transfer at very low bitrates 9.6kbps.

2- GPRS: also reffered to as phase 2+. It offered packet-switched traffic with new network components integrated over the existant GSM core network. This allowed data bitrates to increase to 171kbps. It is also considered as the first step towards 3G networks.

3- EDGE: It was made to cover the delay of delivery of 3G/UMTS network. It supported data rates upto 384kbps.

4- UMTS: the first 3G Europian standard network. It is the optimal solution for GSM operators to support 3G services. The Air interface technique used for this network is WCDMA. This technique allowed data rates to reach 2Mbps.

5- HSDPA: It is actually a software upgrade to the UMTS network using the same air interface technique used in UMTS (WCDMA) and supporting data rates upto 10Mbps.

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They evolved as below.
GSM-->GPRS-->EDGE-->WCDM(UMTS)-->HSDPA.

GSM did not support packet data.
GPRS supported packet data at 171.2 kbps theoretically with new network elements in Core network (SGSN and GGSN).
EDGE uses same network elements as GPRS but with new Modulations (8PSK) instead of GMSK in GSM/GPRS. EDGE supported 384 kbps theoretically.
WCDMA(UMTS) is a 3G evolution for GSM family. it supports 2Mbps on forward link. WCDMA uses different radio access network (node B and RNC) rather than BTS and BSC in GSM/GPRS/EDGE networks.
HSDPA is nothing but the improved downlink packet data transfer on UMTS networks. IT supports upto 14.4. Mbps theoretically.

*Note:- GPRS,EDGE and HSDPA are DATA networks only i.e. they do not support circuit switched voice. GSM supports circuit switched voice and circuit switched data both. UMTS supports circuit switched voice and packet data.
Pretty sure that (most of) France won't be a problem.
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BTW - people refer to the entire 800 MHz area as a class name.

Almost a certainty that the Sprint HTC One is really 800/850/1900 CDMA and will support 1x Advanced services.

Sprint was clear at last year's LTEvo unveiling that would be required for all 4G phones moving forward.
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Thought this article may be of interest to some here:

HTC One Video and Audio Measurements | Sound and Vision Magazine
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On the heels of GOOGLE I/O 2013 & the announcement of the SGS4 w/stock ANDROID to be available 6/13 direct from GOOGLE,a statement from HTC regarding a stock ANDROID experience on the HTC ONE soon followed:

HTC denies HTC One “Nexus Edition” plans - SlashGear

Note that the statement says "NOT @ THIS TIME",feel free to read into that what you may.

I myself am awaiting a SENSE ROM (or a stock ANDROID ROM) w/functioning IR blaster for the T-MOBILE variant.

IMHO,I think the developments @ GOOGLE I/O 2013 concerning the SGS4/stock ANDROID experience will benefit all of us & perhaps will influence other mfgs to take a look @ the possibility of offering the stock ANDROID experience on future releases.
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Some updated legal info/news on the HTC/NOKIA/ST MICRO situation:

HTC found blameless over Nokia microphone technology used in the One

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What do y'all think the deal with Nokia and the microphones?
HTC One HDR microphone disappears from spec sheet after Nokia injunction (updated)
Will HTC find and use something high enough quality that we who waited will not suffer?
On that subject, does anyone know of any other productions changes or concerns moving forward?
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http://focustaiwan.tw/news/ast/201305160033.aspx

One production doubling this month and increasing again next month on the heels of the SGS4 release is just huge.

Pretty sure that the microphone isn't an issue now, and they're getting screens from Japan Display, the as in the supplier from Japan, so I'd be very surprised to see a component change there as well.

I'm interested to see what the increased production will bring. They planned for it, so we'll see.
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Production capacity for HTC One to double in May: executive | Tech | FOCUS TAIWAN - CNA ENGLISH NEWS

One production doubling this month and increasing again next month on the heels of the SGS4 release is just huge.

Pretty sure that the microphone isn't an issue now, and they're getting screens from Japan Display, the as in the supplier from Japan, so I'd be very surprised to see a component change there as well.

I'm interested to see what the increased production will bring. They planned for it, so we'll see.
This is huge news for HTC and Android in general. I've always considered Apple to have the best quality built products including phones. This is no longer the case I think. I personally have seen a few Ones already while I have only seen one HTC One X from last year.
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This is huge news for HTC and Android in general. I've always considered Apple to have the best quality built products including phones. This is no longer the case I think. I personally have seen a few Ones already while I have only seen one HTC One X from last year.
This is a little tangential to your point - but last year's Sprint variant of the One X - the HTC Evo 4G LTE - actually set the stage for this year's One.

HTC has done aluminum before on their old Windows phones but the One is in a whole other class - and a big part of that is because it's not their first attempt.

Check out the statements on machining and metallurgy in the following and you'll see why I think that the LTEvo was in many ways actually a prototype for the One.



Opening line - "We're always looking years in advance..."

The chassis construction of the One has been the product of evolution as much as invention, that's why it's so good right out of the gate - in my opinion.

Until recently, while the biggest thread here was what accessory to get, the biggest thread (of about the same size at the time) in the SGS4 forum was comparing it to the One.

HTC, as you say, is definitely winning with their design specs.
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Yeah, I understand that this is not HTC's first attempt and the Evo LTE is also aluminum. However, the Evo was nowhere close to this in terms looks and feel due to the fact that half of it was that shiny plastic. The worst part was that they were two different colors. I think look wise the One is just that much better which was why I did not bought the Evo LTE although I could have upgraded.

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This is a little tangential to your point - but last year's Sprint variant of the One X - the HTC Evo 4G LTE - actually set the stage for this year's One.

HTC has done aluminum before on their old Windows phones but the One is in a whole other class - and a big part of that is because it's not their first attempt.

Check out the statements on machining and metallurgy in the following and you'll see why I think that the LTEvo was in many ways actually a prototype for the One.

Opening line - "We're always looking years in advance..."

The chassis construction of the One has been the product of evolution as much as invention, that's why it's so good right out of the gate - in my opinion.

Until recently, while the biggest thread here was what accessory to get, the biggest thread (of about the same size at the time) in the SGS4 forum was comparing it to the One.

HTC, as you say, is definitely winning with their design specs.
In my opinion of course, I think even down to the naming of the device shows their degree of planning. It seems to me that the letter X has a long history of being associated with prototype naming schemes. From golf clubs to guns to airplanes.
One X -> One, while confusing and frustrating helps exemplify the timeline of moving from iteration to improved iteration of a device.
Variants, which can also be confusing and frustrating helps allow the company to try different builds, materials, and processes. Which can down the road help hone in on what works the best and what didn't work.
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Does anyone know if this phone supports Bluetooth AVRCP 1.3 or higher? My car can display track info and album art when I use Bluetooth audio, but the Nexus 4 (or really stock Android) only supports AVRCP 1.0. This means I can play audio through my car over bluetooth, but I can't see track information. I previously had a Galaxy S3 and that supported AVRCP 1.3. I'm hoping HTC has made this modification to the One. Does anyone know?
https://support.htc.com/en-us/070-HTC_One_X_ATT/0M0/What_Bluetooth%C2%AE_Profiles_does_my_device_suppo rt%3F

EDIT: NVM.. that was the X
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I know Verizon's supposedly does according to this report:

Verizon?s HTC One Receives Bluetooth Certification

Not sure if other carriers followed suit on that one.


I know it is coming to vanilla android in 4.3:

http://www.androidpolice.com/2013/05/15/bluetooth-low-energy-and-avrcp-1-3-coming-to-android-with-api-level-18/


Beyond that we will just have to see what folks who have it say about their specific carriers.
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I've just upgraded to this on Sprint's network from the EVO 4G LTE and i didn't really think about it but...it appears i'm not able to place calls and surf at the same time. My prior phone was capable of this. Is the ONE not able to do this?
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But there will be simultaneous voice and data on LTE?

I remember being very excited that WiMax allowed simultaneous voice and data. Having it would completely change the way I am able to do my job, as I often need to be on my laptop and phone at the same time, and I tether to my laptop. Simultaneous voice and data would allow me to leave the house during times that I'm not at the office.

I never did get WiMax in my city.

Yes, normal voice plus 4G data, where available, will work - same as for WiMax.

The coming thing is VoLTE, simultaneous voice and data over LTE alone. Last year at the intro of the LTEvo, Sprint CEO Dan Hesse said that from that phone forward, all Sprint LTE phones would have that capability. I don't know that it's been implemented anywhere on the network yet though.
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I've just upgraded to this on Sprint's network from the EVO 4G LTE and i didn't really think about it but...it appears i'm not able to place calls and surf at the same time. My prior phone was capable of this. Is the ONE not able to do this?
I'm guessing you're in an area where 4G LTE hasn't been deployed just yet.

If you're on 3G,it's not possible.The EVO 4G LTE & SAMSUNG GALAXY S3 have the capability (SVDO) on 3G.

SVDO - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

I found this post from ANDROID CENTRAL which pretty much sums up why your SPRINT HTC ONE doesn't have simultaneous voice & data on 3G:

The Samsung Galaxy Victory was the last Sprint LTE phone released to support SVDO. Sprints SVDO capable phones were setup so that EVDO and LTE shared the same transmission path thereby leaving the 1X radio to transmit independently from EVDO. Due to the buildout of Network Vision, that feature won't be needed for very long. I wouldn't let it get to you. If you want that feature, use your old phones until LTE comes to your area

It's one of the reasons I switched to T-MOBILE.If your purchase of the ONE was tied-in to a contract renewal,I'd consider a return/refund & release from contract without penalty if possible,& select a GSM carrier (T-MOBILE or AT&T) which have simultaneous voice-data on 3G.

Or,as the quote above suggested,if you still have the EVO 4G LTE,I'd just hang on to it until 4G LTE is available in your area.
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I love this phone. The build quality is nothing short of amazing and it's sexy as hell.

My one announce is the LED light, it's ability only to show red and green and the fact you can't actually see it.
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I love my HTC One, and am glad I wanted to get it (upgrading from the OG EVO)
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So on the upper left hand side of my sprint htc one there appears to be a sim card slot. Is that what it is? I thought sprint phones didn't use sim cards, Is it for travelling internationally?
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So on the upper left hand side of my sprint htc one there appears to be a sim card slot. Is that what it is? I thought sprint phones didn't use sim cards, Is it for travelling internationally?

Also, look at post #104 for freqs that Sprint (and other models) have.


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I was thinking of getting the HTC One on Sprint. I have heard conflicting reports as if this is a world phone or not. I think it supports GSM 800 and 1900 bands. I want to know if I can just pop in a SIM card from another country and use it as a unlock phone (I know I have to ask Sprint to unlock it). I am going to France this summer and wants to use the phone there. Any help would be much appreciated. If it is not a world phone, I guess I have to pass up the One for now!
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While I can not confirm with absolute certainty these facts, from what I've seen is that it isn't sim unlocked, but it does support the following GSM frequencies:

GSM/GPRS/EDGE: 850/900/1800/1900
UMTS/HSPA: 1900/2100
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EarlyMon, so according to that page the One on Sprint should have the following:

2G/2.5G - GSM/GPRS/EDGE:
850/900/1800/1900 MHz

1900/2100 MHz with HSDPA up to 14.4 Mbps

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800/1900 MHz for Sprint

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1900 MHz

I guess this is correct since the 2G/2.5G did not specified that is is specific to a particular handset or company?
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ok, so I'm thorough confuse by this phone. Sprint keeps telling me it is a world phone yet cannot tell me the frequency this thing have....

That last column with the Sprint model shows only two GSM bands and the CDMA and LTE for sprint. The GSM is for data I believe. How then will it make phone call if it is a world phone unless it has the other bands....

Thanks everyone for trying to shed light on this puzzle for me.
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So on the upper left hand side of my sprint htc one there appears to be a sim card slot. Is that what it is? I thought sprint phones didn't use sim cards, Is it for travelling internationally?
correct.. if you take it out.. you no longer get data or anything of the sort..
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correct.. if you take it out.. you no longer get data or anything of the sort..
I believe the SIM card is only for 4G LTE, if you remove it you still should have access to everything else.
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Does the HTC One have both CDMA and GSM radios inside or do the specs mean that either radio is available depending on the market? If both are baked in at the factory, would I be able to activate the GSM radio if I switched from my CDMA carrier?
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I'm sure the hardware is different.
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Ran the compare between the one and the Motorola Ultra on the Verizon page
When you turn on highlight differences, the One showed it has external memory.
Thinking it must be a mistake.

The "error" still says the Verizon HTC One has removable memory, today.
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If I will buy the LTE version, will I have the option in the menu to switch between 3G/4G or the phone will connect to the internet exclusively in the 4G mode?
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My international LTE model can be set to 2G only, 3G only, 2G/3G or 2G/3G/4G.
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Great.If I will basically use the phone in 3G mode, would it be wrong to purchase the LTE version and not the normal version since they have the same price ?
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my one got water damaged and sent into the htc repair shop. after getting fixed and shipped back to me, software on the phone is different. here's the relevant info:

android version: 4.1.2
htc sense version: 5.0
software number: 1.27.531.11
htc sdk: 5.12
baseband version: 4a.17.3250.20_10.40.1150.04L
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what changed between builds?

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appears to be from asia

factory boot mode is all in chinese characters

phone storage indicates

.98 GB total space internal storage
14.83 GB total space SD card

I presumed all HTC one's where 32gb when I bought the item.

Can anyone provide the specs/model # for this unit?

and would it be compatible for Canadian networks and if so, would I be able to access LTE?

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I put in a rogers sim card

and only get 2 available networks

Rogers 2g and wind 3g

NM8PN07100 is only thing I can find

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I'm afraid that model number just seems to be the generic HTC One FCC ID as far as I can tell.

There are a couple of HTC One variants on the HTC China site.

One is a dual-SIM model with an SD card and 32GB of storage. There are at least 2 network versions of this. All should support quad-band GSM (2G) in both SIM slots. SIM 1 is the only one that supports 3G. The Unicom version looks like it should do North American 3G (WCDMA 850 and 1900, as well as the more global 2100). If "Mobile" refers to another network variant that has the same (plus a China-specific standard). The Telecom version says CDMA 800/1900 and UMTS 900/2100, so won't give 3G with a North American GSM network.

Then there's another version, the 801-e, which appears to be a standard GSM (non-LTE) model except that HTC's site claims it has 16GB storage. Now there are reviews for 801e which say 32GB, but as this is HTC's own site I don't easily dismiss it. So this sounds most like your model.

I'm a bit confused that you can see Rogers 2G and Wind 3G, because Wind's use of 1700 AWS would I'd have thought make it the least likely to work. But if this is a Chinese HTC One I can't see anything that suggests that LTE will work.
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I've seen some conflicting information about whether the htc one is 4g ready and I'm unsure about going on a 4g plan and wasting money if my phone can't handle it. How do I check?
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According to HTC One - Full phone specifications it does 4G.
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It depends which model you have? The majority, and mine is a M7 UL variant, do have 4G capability, however, I believe there is also a non-4G variant.
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How would I find out, then (other than finding someone with a 4G sim and inserting it into the phone)?
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You can see if it has 4G capability a few different ways. this includes going into settings, clicking on mobile data on the left side (not the on/off switch) and seeing if it says "4G settings" at the top, and has the option under network mode to switch to LTE.


you can also go into your dialer and type ##DEBUG# and there will be an LTE engineering section if your phone is LTE capable.
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Thanks. ##DEBUG# (##33284#) doesn't work (you can't type letters in dialer) but I did see options on "Network Mode" that included LTE. Nothing specifically to switch to LTE but I can select from the following: 1. LTE/WCDMA, 2. LTE/GSM/WCDMA, 3. GSM/WCDMA preferred.

I'm not sure if this actually confirms that my phone has 4G capability though.
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Thanks. ##DEBUG# (##33284#) doesn't work (you can't type letters in dialer) but I did see options on "Network Mode" that included LTE. Nothing specifically to switch to LTE but I can select from the following: 1. LTE/WCDMA, 2. LTE/GSM/WCDMA, 3. GSM/WCDMA preferred.

I'm not sure if this actually confirms that my phone has 4G capability though.
What carrier are you on?

Do you know your phone's exact model number?


Have you seen this post earlier in the thread and the ones following it?

http://androidforums.com/htc-one/690861-htc-one-specifications-discussion-keep-thread-topic-3.html#post5777410

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No, It's all greek to me. In terms of model number, I'm not sure what you mean. My phone itself lists its model number as "HTC One" (not much of a number. I also have a baseband version, kernel version, AOKP version and Build number (attached). My carrier is AldiMobile (who are using Telstra 3G at present) but I'm switching to another telco who provides Optus 4G. Hence the question. Cheers.
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No, It's all greek to me. In terms of model number, I'm not sure what you mean. My phone itself lists its model number as "HTC One" (not much of a number. I also have a baseband version, kernel version, AOKP version and Build number (attached). My carrier is AldiMobile (who are using Telstra 3G at present) but I'm switching to another telco who provides Optus 4G. Hence the question. Cheers.
Ah, thanks and sorry about the dumb model number question, my brain was elsewhere. What can I say, I'm out of Vegemite so I'm not 100%.

Ok, I can see the problem from the info you provided.


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Thanks. ##DEBUG# (##33284#) doesn't work (you can't type letters in dialer) but I did see options on "Network Mode" that included LTE. Nothing specifically to switch to LTE but I can select from the following: 1. LTE/WCDMA, 2. LTE/GSM/WCDMA, 3. GSM/WCDMA preferred.

I'm not sure if this actually confirms that my phone has 4G capability though.
Yeah, sorry, it doesn't.

(Btw, rather than the debug dial thing, the Network app by Philipp Mangelow is the way to go if anyone needs that sort of access - which - is pretty rare.)

Anyway, you found the settings, excellent.

Except once you get into the network settings on an HTC, you'll see the whole universe of options that *general* model offers, whether yours has those options or not.

(That's zero for two for our side. )

Here's some tech - when Optus says 4G they mean LTE on an 1800 MHz band.

You don't have to care what that means just how to use it.

In this case, we can look up the chart and see that the model built for the EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Asia) has it.

But - you're right, they do make a 3G only model that would work just fine on AldiMobile.

Gar!

Ok, let me wander off, check your baseband number, and see what else I think of to solve this.


PS - No, I don't think that everyone down under eats Vegemite.

Yes, I do too think that everyone should at least try it because I think it's very good ok.

Yes, it's OK if one prefers Marmite, I'm no judge of that.

And yes, I really am out.

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Wait wait wait - I'm over thinking this.

If you went to your user settings, Mobile data (or similar) and used *those* Network Settings in your previous answer, then it's almost a certainty that your phone will work on Optus 4G.

Sorry for the confusion.
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Thanks EarlyMon. Awaiting your answer.
But what if I prefer Promite - I hope you won't hold that against me!

Then again, jam, peanut butter, honey are all preferred to any black spread.

So is that a Yes, given that LTE is listed as an option? I'm not sure what you mean by "and used *those* network settings".
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So is that a Yes, given that LTE is listed as an option? I'm not sure what you mean by "and used *those* network settings".
Basically, everything in this business comes with an extra layer of confusion.

Some days I make it worse.

The following two shots are both for Network Settings, taken just now on my HTC.

The first is a service menu (that some versions access with the debug dialing thing).

It lists everything that every version of my phone does.

The second is also the Network Settings, and these are the ones that count and indicate your radios.

Unless you're on AT&T in the USA, which was why I wanted to be sure about your carrier.
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