Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by lou61166, Jan 1, 2012.
I can only get 4 G at my sisters house but the speeds are insane
^ wow - nice!!!
What does your sister look like, I want some 4G...giggidy!
yeah, with 12.89 upload he can host 6 websites on his phone!!
Must be nice.
Looks like your wifi is on, doesn't that make a difference?
The screenshot says Lte, ping time/number looks like cellular, and the screen-shot time/day is different from the speedtest day
Not sure about the ping, but the reason the test time is different from the screen shot time is because the OP has looked at the individual test in the test log. It's not edited, it's just the details of the test from the test history, as opposed to a screen shot of that test right when it was run.
Wow I'm showing 4G LTE and my speeds are no where near that.
EDIT: That was using the Tools > Server of new York
When I went into Tools > Change Server and picked Secaucus, NJ I think I got close to my true results.
Yeah,an average of 20 here. Although, I'm in a desert city and a large, 4g spotty building. I'm going to run the test at home later.
Don't forget to cash in that Walmart giftcard.....
Obviously mine bounces around a bit but still good...
Wow so my speedtest on my Rezound is better then the test on my home wifi. Optimum Online failure.
I usually get about 11-17mbps, but the 4G coverage isn't great where I'm at.
Nice speeds. I'm getting very good download speeds too, but paired with upload speeds that barely register. Do you guys ever have typical download speeds you are getting then around .2 mb or .4 mb upload speeds, like 15-20 down and .2 up during the same test?
^ yeah... the .2 is kinda too low... the upload is normally 1/4, 1/3 or 1/2 the download speed. Once in a while the upload is higher than the download too
Yes, I agree. I'm getting results like this on WiFi too.
Thought I had a bad device, but Verizon techs saying if I can send a text message then upload are fine. Ugh.