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AT&T Disables Inspire 4G HSUPA

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Aatos.1, Feb 19, 2011.

  1. Aatos.1

    Aatos.1 Android Enthusiast
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  2. Repost brother. Although I think once the HSPA + LAUNCHES this will change but we will see
     
  3. ap3604

    ap3604 Android Enthusiast

    Ouch!

    Hope Att doesn't cripple the Atrix like they did with the Inspire for no reason...
     

  4. All android devices will have hspua disabled its been like that since day one. It won't affect the average users at all. 99% of people only use the download speeds on there phones. Also I believe once hspa+ launches this will change once there is all.new backhaul
     
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  5. Aatos.1

    Aatos.1 Android Enthusiast
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    Oh I know and you're right... :)

    It's just that about a week or two ago, I read they were enabling it for Android phones, as the article confirms they did for the iPhone.

    What really ticks me off is I still have this uneasy feeling that AT&T continues to give preferential treatment to Apple and the iPud... Oops I meant the iPhone 4. Heh!

    In addition I use my Inspire to upload very large files to my company when I'm traveling which is weekly. I use my Inspires ability to connect to my laptop and transfer these files to it's memory card, do a final check then send them. So in that regard as an IT guy I'm using it's full capabilities unlike "your average user". Oh well it was no big shock, it's the Apple thing that set me off. A very difficult task, as I'm a really low key guy.

    Cheers :)
     
  6. Aatos.1

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  7. Well this seems to line up perfectly with my theory once the hspa+ is up and running they will allow the hspua especially if.you look at the speeds this phone is capable within the specs 14.4 down and 5.7 up
     
  8. Chew

    Chew Android Enthusiast

  9. bigtoysrock

    bigtoysrock Well-Known Member

    Question for ya. On the inspires notification bar your network data connection is displayed right? 3 is 3g, e is edge right? Thats what you are useing right? So H+ is the pre 4g correct?
     

  10. Yes but there is no backhaul so even though your phone shows its connected to the hspa+ it won't get the speeds till end of march early April
     
  11. kimtyson

    kimtyson Member

    Aatos.1-
    If you can get to a fast wireless network, like maybe at McDonalds or a hotel, then you can get much faster uploads. I just did a test here at my home and my uploads are well over 3000kbps.
     
  12. emuneee

    emuneee Android Enthusiast

    What happened to March 1st? :p
     

  13. They changed it under the hspa+/4g map to march 31st
     
  14. Aatos.1

    Aatos.1 Android Enthusiast
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    I do _not_ repost, nor practice plagiarism.

    This is a serious accusation on your part.

    If indeed someone else posted the information, it did not appear in the forum search I conducted prior to my post.

    I have no further comment.
     
  15. Balkin

    Balkin Newbie

    When I actually have ATT 4G in my area I'll worry about it, till then it's no biggie...
     
  16. Aatos.1

    Aatos.1 Android Enthusiast
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    One thing I have noticed on mine is it's extremely well optimized for AT&T's 3G network. I'm in an area where they have great speed on 3G and my Inspire is noticeably faster than any phone I've had so far, it's so much faster than my iPhone it's shocking. And I'm speaking of when I'm working on the web.

    Cheers :)
     
  17. leavinghome

    leavinghome Member

    Although I'm not happy with ATT disabling it, I still doesn't bother me much. I was reading somewhere that higher upload speeds only benefits those that video chat (which we Inspire owners can't anyway) and online gaming (which I don't do either lol). Give me a better battery replacement HTC and I'm still in heaven.
     

  18. So just wait till the hspa+ ;)
     
  19. Aatos.1

    Aatos.1 Android Enthusiast
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    Oh yes, I can only imagine.

    This is one really excellent smartphone.

    I knew it would be a good one before I got mine, but this is truly stellar.
     

  20. Have to agree 100%
     
  21. LittleAnt

    LittleAnt Well-Known Member

    second that! It's pretty darn fast as it is, but with a possible upgrade to take advantage of the (+) bandwidth? Money.
     
  22. coreymcl

    coreymcl Well-Known Member

    Has anybody found a way to enable HSUPA yet?
     
  23. Balkin

    Balkin Newbie

    I agree my 3G speeds are equal to my Nexus One so I'm cool for now!
     
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