Please Report 3G/4G (LTE) Speed Test ResultsSupport


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  1. betafan

    betafan Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    I'm curious what Ltevo owners are seeing for 3g speeds. I get horrible 3g speeds on my epic 4g(og) in Seattle. Please share results and location!
     

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    caborobo Well-Known Member

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    Same as my OG EVO. 0.40 Down:mad: 0.54 Up:mad:

    St. Louis, Missouri(Burbs)
     
  3. JMac202

    JMac202 Well-Known Member

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    10059kb down. 10861kb up on Wifi.

    1033kb down. 632kb up on 3G with LTE on.

    614kb down and 653kb up with 3G and LTE off.

    Seems strange that 3G is faster with LTE on. Wonder why?
     
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    Sauske Well-Known Member

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    Could you post screen shot...Power + Volume Down = Screen capture!
     
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    Lowbird VIP Member VIP Member

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    984kb down. 860kb up. LTE on 3G only

    571kb down. 558kb up. 3G only
     
  6. BenChase7

    BenChase7 VIP Member VIP Member

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    EVO LTE may have a feature that will allow for faster 3G speeds, even if Sprints upgrades are not done in your area. I have noticed alot of people reporting faster 3G speeds on LTEvo, so i inquired over at s4gru, and got a pretty solid response/reason.

    HTC EVO 4G LTE - Sprint 4G Rollout Updates - Page 30
     
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  7. EarlyMon

    EarlyMon The PearlyMon Moderator

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    Also - remember to update PRL and then Profile (in that order) - it's been known to help 3G speeds.
     
  8. JMac202

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    I cant for the life of me pull of a screen shot. Any trick to home and power button? One first then the other. Same time...hold...quick press?
     
  9. EarlyMon

    EarlyMon The PearlyMon Moderator

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    If power then home doesn't work, try the ICS standard -- power then volume down.
     
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    JMac202 Well-Known Member

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    That worked.
     
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    spdkilz02 Well-Known Member

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    I was going to post the screenshots but says the image size is too big at 720x1080 can only be 750x750. Not sure how to resize the images on the phone. On my WiFi at home download is 23.54 MB/sec, and on the 3g I'm at 0.30mb/sec.
     
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    LTE/CDMA on
    [​IMG]

    Seems to have slowed down now. Possibly more people on the tower?




    CDMA only. Leveled out some. Not seeing the major difference I saw earlier.
    [​IMG]
     
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  13. betafan

    betafan Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    So sprint is somehow prioritizing and boosting 3g speeds for the Ltevo in order to mitigate the lack of 4g lte out of the gate? That seems pretty underhanded.
     
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    BenChase7 VIP Member VIP Member

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    I dont think they are "prioritizing" the LTEvo at all. Where did you come up with that idea? :confused:
    If these theories are true, it is do the technological advancements of LTEvo's network useage.
     
  15. Chief YYZ

    Chief YYZ Well-Known Member

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    I'm getting terrible 3g speeds, but they do seem to be faster with LTE turned on.

    http://db.tt/0Nr0dZ2n

    Top 3 are off bottom 3 are on.

    I've never used dropbox before today, shouldn't that link auto retrieve the actual picture?
     
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    [​IMG]

    Was this with LTE on!? I starting to see people say 3G/LTE and just 3G speeds!? None the less you have excellent and consistently good speeds!
     
  17. betafan

    betafan Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    I'm speculating that based on people reporting their 3g speeds are faster with lte turned on-which doesn't make sense; not one person in the country is connecting via lte. Why is a Ltevo with lte turned on getting better speeds than other 3g devices on the same network? I'm more wondering aloud.
     
  18. Chief YYZ

    Chief YYZ Well-Known Member

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    With LTE on it uses a different standard than EVDO, follow the link.

    edit: Or at least I think that's what it means, just Googled eHRPD and now I'm not so sure that makes as much sense. Anybody know for sure?
     
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    Chief YYZ Well-Known Member

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    LTE on, no LTE here, those are kB/s, NOT Mb/s
     
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    i have not read the links above, but sprint, along with verizon, is using whats called carrier aggregation. they are combining iDENs 800mhz and their 1900 pcs bands together (channel bonding). sprint was just approved today or yesterday i believe from the FCC to use their legacy iden freqs with LTE. this is one of the features of LTE advanced (channel bonding aka carrier aggregation).
     
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    Chief YYZ Well-Known Member

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    There, that's better.

    Top 3 LTE off, bottom 3 LTE on. Sitting in my car in the driveway.
     

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    EarlyMon The PearlyMon Moderator

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    The guy blogging about eHRPD is a knowledgeable high-tech guy who's asked that his theory be taken as exactly that until we know more. ;)

    It comes down to this - implementation.

    The radio chips in CDMA+LTE phones have some interesting operational modes - I know this from following Verizon's LTE progress in great detail.

    Until we know what is really happening under the hood on the chip level, experts are doing their level best to iterate ideas to solution.

    Until then - your mileage may vary, try the solutions that work for you. ;)

    And most importantly - keep everyone informed of your observations and progress! :)
     
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    IOWA Mr. Logic Pants Moderator

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    Boom. Taken at Schaumburg Near Woodfield. Oddly enough, 10 miles down the road at my house nowhere near this performance.

    [​IMG]

    Edit: Just took this on Wifi. I'm really impressed at how much the wifi radio has improved. The most I've ever gotten on any of my phones for the LTEvo was 12 megs on my 30 meg connection.

    [​IMG]
     
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    Tampa, Fl
    3G (LTE turned on) 1890 kbps down, 671 kbps up
    wifi 23749 kbps down, 30302 kbps up.
     
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    1st one was done @ work.

    2nd & 3rd tests were here @ home.

    All done here in San Diego.
     

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