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    Default AWS working on Verizon Moto X developers edition?

    Hello all. First time poster here. I'm thinking about buying the Verizon Moto X developers at full retail to keep my unlimited data. I would like AWS access, though, and I'm finding conflicting information as to whether or not band 4 works on this version of the moto x. The motorola website states band 13 only but I've read on other forums that the X can use band 4 on verizon. Any input would be appreciated. I need to make a decision as the promo price ends tomorrow at midnight, I believe.
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    I was under the impression it doesn't, but look like it does base on a few people.

    xda-developers - View Single Post - Verizon Moto X on AT&T
    xda-developers - View Single Post - Verizon Moto X on T-mobile

    Verizon don't always get their specs right, but their site listed Band 4 as supported:
    http://forums.androidcentral.com/ext...26zipRdr%253Dy

    Probably you just have to use the new fast.t-mobile.com apn. I'd say go for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by someguy01234 View Post
    Probably you just have to use the new fast.t-mobile.com apn.
    what does this mean?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cozume View Post
    what does this mean?
    To get LTE on T-Mobile you need to use new APN settings. The old one use the address "epc.tmobile.com" in the apn field, you can't connect to LTE with it. You have to use "fast.t-mobile.com" instead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by someguy01234 View Post
    To get LTE on T-Mobile you need to use new APN settings. The old one use the address "epc.tmobile.com" in the apn field, you can't connect to LTE with it. You have to use "fast.t-mobile.com" instead.
    Okay, but you have to have a TMobile SIM card in the phone, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cozume View Post
    Okay, but you have to have a TMobile SIM card in the phone, right?
    Of course. You could get one of these prepay sim and it have $3.34 of preloaded credit. Even if you don't really use it, you can use it to see if you can connect to their 3G or LTE network.
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    Quote Originally Posted by someguy01234 View Post
    Of course. You could get one of these prepay sim and it have $3.34 of preloaded credit. Even if you don't use it to see if you can connect to their 3G or LTE network.
    I may try that since I have a spare Moto X. I need to be careful as I have a Verizon unlimited data line so I must keep a smartphone on my UDP line.

    Tmobile is not good where I live, though, so I doubt they have AWS here.

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