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For people in a 4G coverage area that are getting the looping notification message "4G! is available" but aren't able to obtain an IP address I believe there's a solution for the problem.
From the home screen go into the Evo's settings and select "Wireless & Networks" uncheck the "Mobile Network: Use Phone for data connection When 4G is unavailable" checkbox.
Make sure the "4G" check box above is enabled.
Your Evo 4G should then reset the data connection and successfully connect to the 4G network. Afterwards go ahead and recheck the "Mobile Network" check box.
That'll allow you to disconnect from the 4G service and enable 3G data if you lose signal or travel out of area.
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- 08-28-2010, 11:49 AM #14
The 4G event may not be until be September 29th, but dozens of 4G towers are already working in Mass.
The app lets users map 3G and 4G service while they drive. So far, users have including towers in: Boston, Brookline, Farmingham, Haverhill, Lawrence, Lowell, Medford, Salem, Weymouth.
The app has street level maps. Until a market is officially announced, towers are in testing and may be turned off at times.
Last edited by milominderbinder; 08-28-2010 at 11:53 AM.— Milo
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