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This is the S4GRU forum where we discuss 4G devices, smartphones on that are on the Sprint network, once was, or someday hopefully will be.

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  1. Smartphones

    This is the forum section where we discuss current and upcoming smartphones of interest to S4GRU members. They do not necessarily need to be offered by Sprint.

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  2. OS'es/ROM's & Themes

    Post here to discuss, Android, iOS, WP, etc., as well as Custom MOD's, jailbreaking, rooting and themes!

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  3. Tablets

    This is the forum section where we discuss current and upcoming tablets of interest to S4GRU members. They do not necessarily need to be offered by Sprint.

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  4. Hotspots/USB Modems

    This is the forum section where we discuss current and upcoming hotspots and USB modem of interest to S4GRU members.

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    • Another SCP beta is rolling out now, with some bugfixes as usual but also some fun new options to test: Non-standalone 5G-NR cells can now display Site Notes. This feature works in the same manner as how neighbor cell notes are displayed, requiring a PCI and your device's location. This option is enabled by default. As is the case with neighbor cell notes, you cannot edit NSA site notes directly unless there is an NCI being reported (which I have never seen); it uses the previously recorded standalone log entries. Like neighbor notes, if a cell has been previously logged but there is no note, you will see the distance information only.   Logging cells that are not reporting a valid PLMN is now possible. This option is disabled by default, but if you enable it along with two other options (log sites with missing GCI/NCI and to log sites with missing TAC), you should begin logging most NSA 5G-NR cells. A PCI is needed at a minimum, which is not always reported depending on your device and network factors. ("Sites" will be renamed to "cells" on the Preferences menu in the next update.)   Users can enable an option to display LTE cells above 5G-NR cells in the app if they choose to do so. This option is disabled by default. Should help improve the readability of your screen if you have NSA 5G-NR cells constantly appearing/disappearing. Please give these options a try and let me know if you notice any issues.. thanks!
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