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Right before I lose the signal and drop to 1x I get this. What on earth does this mean

 

It looks like when the connection dropped, the RSRP and RSRQ signal values were populated by your phone's system software with a default value that is the minimum signed long integer value these variables can hold. Not a very elegant user interface. Just think of it like the the values are empty.

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It looks like when the connection dropped, the RSRP and RSRQ signal values were populated by your phone's system software with a default value that is the minimum signed long integer value these variables can hold. Not a very elegant user interface. Just think of it like the the values are empty.

 

I never see those values if the phone is in LTE/CDMA/EVDO. drops too early.

 

Sent from my Nexus 7

 

 

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I noticed this yesterday afternoon for the first time ever. I guess I just so happen to be in the signal screen exactly when the lte connection had dropped.

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Those crazy numbers are always on my LTE engineering screen since I don't have lte here.

 

I chalk it up as the crazy numbers you see on the evdo screen when you are attached only to 1x.

 

Sent from my C64 w/Epyx FastLoad cartridge

 

 

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Those crazy numbers are always on my LTE engineering screen since I don't have lte here.

 

I chalk it up as the crazy numbers you see on the evdo screen when you are attached only to 1x.

 

Correct. The Settings > About > Network fields are populated from the the Field Trial > LTE Engineering fields. And that is good, as it indicates consistency.

 

AJ

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