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About Elijah

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  • Birthday January 27

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    iPhone X, iOS 11.2.2
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    Western Maryland
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    Cybersecurity, Computers
  1. 3G sites in Cumberland are now just 1x... and shows Sprint in status bar version Extended when actually roaming. Here are some screenshots https://imgur.com/a/ILmkq
  2. More updated areas onto 21502 (Cumberland, Maryland) and surrounding areas, those 3G areas were reported on the app a few times, and I had made a case number last week, so I'm curious if they turned off the towers for it. Other locations in which I see these changes: Frostburg, Maryland - 21532. When traveling through these areas, the phone would stick to Sprint 3G and then hook back onto Extended LTE when leaving the areas. I'm glad to see that these changes are now full Extended, but I wonder if they have kicked into effect, as I was there this past week and it was still 3G. On the case number, i1335175766 if any employees want to check it.
  3. Map was updated. One change I saw was in 21502, the Sprint 3G and more areas are now full Extended LTE
  4. Will be traveling to Petersburg WV from Cumberland MD tomorrow. I will Sensorly/RootMetrics/OpemSignaln in iOS the trip. Should be full of LTE now with USC Roaming.
  5. Apple Watch Poor LTE Performance

    Does Apple Watch work in extended LTE areas? Like on the Coverage Map that counts against the actual data plan and not roaming.
  6. Update: ignore what I said, (I stated I was in Frostburg, MD and had LTE on Sprint [or at least what my phone]. I was just roaming on USC and it showed Sprint).
  7. It's not that bad when you get into La Vale, as then you hook onto US Cellular's Extended LTE. Thanks. Hopefully we see changes here soon. I see in your signature you have sponsor maps for WV/MD. Would I donate to the site to access those to see where these towers are?
  8. Any updates to the Western Maryland area by Cumberland/Frostburg? These areas are still 3G.