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Support LTE ONOFF Radio Issues?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by defTwitch, May 16, 2011.

  1. defTwitch

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    I have LTE ONOFF and thought everything was working fine. I only turn on 4g when I really want it due to battery concerns etc. etc. (I'm sure you know why its used with a t-bolt).

    I have recently, however, not been able to receive phone calls sometimes when I turn off 4g.

    I assumed I should switch it to EVO only as that would be the next fastest setting. I seem to get Data ok but some people who attempt to call me go right to my google voicemail and/or get a message that my phone number is not currently enabled!?

    Should I be using CDMA auto (PRL) or CDMA only instead? (not sure what difference is between these two)

    Or depending on where I am should I switch between the two CMDA settings and EVO? I hope that's not the case but if so how would one know which to use when?

    I just want to have "normal" 3g that's reliable without having to worry about missing calls. I was hoping that if EVO wasn't available it would just use the next "best" connection and drop all the way down to 1x is necessary.

    When I have it on the "default" (CDMA + LTE/EvDo auto) I never have any issues with phone calls. Whether I'm actually in a 4g area or not.

    Any help greatly appreciated!

    -defTwitch-
     

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  2. Dark Jedi

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    I use the CDMA auto as I heard this is the setting you use for 3g only.
     
  3. defTwitch

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    I'll give it a whirl... thanks!
     

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