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So for those of us who are the lucky few with Sprint LTE handsets such as the Galaxy Nexus or the new EVO 4G LTE, does anyone know of an app that alarms you by a ringtone when LTE connection is estableshed? I wouldn't mind having my LTE radio on while I use my phone day to day just to see if it can connect at any point. But not knowing when it happens makes it pointless to have it on. If any coders are up for a chalange, the app could log successful links to LTE and upload stats to a central database along with location and time of occurance.

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