Here is a list of what the author says are bugs in Jelly Bean on the EVO LTE.
"most of the issues have been Sprint’s."
"There are rumors coming up from the stores than an update is coming soon to fix many of the bugs, but as far as I know there’s no official timeframe on that and that leaves many non-root users out for weeks with buggy equipment"
Do you have to reboot your s3 when switching network connecions through the menu? My friend that has an S3 is required to reboot when he switches to CDMA through the settings menu. I do not have to reboot with the EVO LTE.
Updated to JellyBean, but now FoxFi doesn't seem to work. When I start it, the "Sprint Hotspot" automatically starts. I'm afraid if I use that, I'll get charged by Sprint. Anyone have luck using FoxFi with the update?
I'm not exactly sure of the reason yet.. there were no issues until I started "targeting" Android 10 in my compiler. I had not changed the core functionality of the app, so it must be something that changed in the way Android 10 behaves. Unfortunately, as you have experienced, I have not found a perfect solution yet. The solution I implemented in the most recent update apparently fixes it for some users, but not all. Complicating things further is that I do not experience the problem at all on my Pixel 3 or Pixel 4, and there are no error messages being logged by any devices -- it's just not updating. Oddly, if you launch another similar app (like Cellmapper), SignalCheck starts updating regularly. I am stumped so far!
Okay now after going back into a small town in rural mo where I go on the weekend a lot i am able to connect to b71 again. First time I’ve been on b71 around here in over a year.
One question.Is there anyway to see how wide the the LTE channels are on an iPhone?