I have mine set to automatic and my 4g radio picked up on its own. I am in Westchester County NY and I was in Peekskill today when i saw the 4G symbol. Did some speed test and got upto 24mbs with 7.5mbs down. So on auto you should still be able to get it.
When the Evo first came out, they claimed we would have 4g within 3 months .... years have passed since then, now they are converting to LTE and we are not even on the list for future roll out. Sucks i love sprint and there plans, but there 3G is so slow.
i have a sprint note 2 working on boost my preferred network mode choices are cdma lte/cdma gsm/umts or automatic what would be the best choice or me?i dont pay for the 4g service and ways so i always only get 3g. the only thing i dont like is i dont always get full bars or any at times and cant always send text messages from my house would change any of the settings help?
maryinredding i saw your signature as you are happy user from NOTE 2 but, i believe there are many reasons to get disappointed, First of all i am getting annoyed battery problem Backup last long for 3 hours max....
In 4G ( I am able to get connected) my phone battery drains even much faster.. When i connected to charger even then it drains until i turn off mobile data..
I am not sure what makes you happy, Please share and let me know if there is any setting/technique that i need to follow??
I've followed procedure below but still could not see LTE in the selection...
1. To check that 4G is setup and enabled please go to:
Settings > More Networks > Mobile Networks >
LTE/WCDMA/GSM (auto connect) should be selected.
2. If you are not sure that your update has been installed please go to:
Settings > More/General > About Device > Software Update >
Once Update is selected you should be told that the latest updates have been installed.