And after we left Longhorn's Lawrenceville we had solid 4G LTE on rte 20 all the way to Grayson. On the Loganville side of Grayson to home in Loganville no more 4G. But I have every reason to believe it's coming.
OK. I will just come out and ask the question.
Has anyone with a Galaxy Nexus sucessfully obtained and held a 4G signal since it all began?
I want to make sure that it is just that I have not travelled through an LTE zone yet and not my phone.
Nothing yet for Loganville. I've gotten strong, reliable LTE in the northern suburbs and especially in Lawrenceville. Sprint's coverage map shows we will have LTE throughout Loganville, so I'm watching and waiting.
I'm less than a mile down Old Loganville Rd from the fire station. No 4G at my house so far. I have a Sprint Airave so I have to turn it off to look, so while at home I don't check very often. WiFi gives me 24 to 25 Mbps so I'm fast at home.
My connection will not stay up and I am getting .37 then it shuts off and resets even with CDMA nly wondering if I have a bad phone.
I have yet to obtain a signal, but I have not gone looking for one.
For the last week I have been between work in Norcross and home in Statham and nowhere else.
Not sure if have just not been in a zone or if I too have a bad phone.
I will remain patient while the rest of the LTE network is activated.