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  1. 3 points
    Sprint is FINALLY rolling out 8.0 Oreo on the G6. Got mine this morning.
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    The first three things that come to mind are a faulty radio, loose jumpers or a site config error… I would tweet Marci Carris on twitter and include all of the details you know of—that’s probably the best way to quickly get in touch with a local engineer.
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    Yuma getting some upgrades on most of their towers.. [emoji106] Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
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    Was at LAX and noticed that one of my iPhones connected to WiFi automatically with a text stating (provided by Passpoint). For us pixel owners if you need WiFi at airports, it will not connect automatically but if you open up wireless networks, select Passpoint Secure (you will see it locked) Modify EAP Method and select “AKA” no need for username or password. Select Connect, you will be able to connect to the network. I was able to stream Hulu with no issues. Will see if it works at JFK as well when I leave. Can confirm that WiFi connects automatically at JFK as well.
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    Now just get this waiver approved in El Paso tx and all will be good lol Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
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    I'm thinking that Sprint has made a deal with Meijer to put roof top small cells on their stores because I passed by a Meijer on the west side and went into a Meijer on Lake Lansing and SCP showed small cell each time. My signal peaked at -54dBm at times around the store on Lake Lansing.
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    Relays can be used temporarily to bring up sites immediately while dedicated traditional landlines are delivered. In fact, it's one of the touted benefits of the technology. Sprint small cells don't need to wait weeks to months for backhaul to arrive like back during NV days. Also yes. That's an Airharmony 4000 B41 mini macro connected on its ethernet backhaul port to a provider of some sort. Actually now that I think of it, you're the first one to confirm with pictures an AIrspan small cell connected to what appears to be a landline backhaul. Were you able to grab any cell info from it like carriers live or EARFCN?
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