1. flyer8493's Avatar
    Anybody in the San Antonio area having trouble getting calls and texts while connected to LTE on a tri-band device? My nexus 5 will not get calls or texts at my house.

    When I leave and go a mile down the road it works fine. When I get home it works fine for about 30 min to an hour then it just stops working. My phone has been replaced and it still does it. I called sprint a few times and they can't figure it out, they are now sending me an airave since they think its the network (or the tower near my house) causing the problem. I have to force my phone to 3g and it works normally.

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    06-10-2014 01:46 AM
  2. tybo31316's Avatar
    Anybody in the San Antonio area having trouble getting calls and texts while connected to LTE on a tri-band device? My nexus 5 will not get calls or texts at my house.

    When I leave and go a mile down the road it works fine. When I get home it works fine for about 30 min to an hour then it just stops working. My phone has been replaced and it still does it. I called sprint a few times and they can't figure it out, they are now sending me an airave since they think its the network (or the tower near my house) causing the problem. I have to force my phone to 3g and it works normally.

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    My phone does this some times when I'm in an area with weak signal. Seems like 3g mode is the only solution until 800mhz LTE is online in your area.

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    06-11-2014 05:22 PM
  3. flyer8493's Avatar
    Except there is a tower right behind my house, so signal issue is no issue. Just got my airave today but I'm at work so I'll have to set it up later

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    06-12-2014 08:07 PM
  4. jhasty's Avatar
    I have the same problem in Austin. It is not a signal strength problem. But if I switch to 3G it doesn't happen. I've been meaning to call Sprint about it.

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    06-16-2014 10:10 PM
  5. khughes6's Avatar
    This seems similar to the problems the HTC one m8 were having. I think some phones just aren't optimized with sprints new network upgrades. They become disconnected and cannot properly connect back to the network.

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    06-17-2014 06:31 AM
  6. khughes6's Avatar
    I have the same problem in Austin. It is not a signal strength problem. But if I switch to 3G it doesn't happen. I've been meaning to call Sprint about it.

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    Going to just CDMA has been a known fix for some devices. It worked for my one m7, very rarely for my m8.

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    06-17-2014 06:33 AM

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