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I have the new Netgear hotspot that has tri-band LTE. However, the problem pops up when LTE b41 start to commerce. LTE B41 signal is significantly weaker than B25 in many area. And my hotspot is always have B41 in higher priority than B25. So even if B41 signal is too weak to be useful, it still tries to connect.   Is the priority in PRL? or hard coded? 

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Get your MSL for the device from Sprint. Go into the advanced settings of the Zing Manager web browser interface and change the band priority settings. Easy peasy.

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Get your MSL for the device from Sprint. Go into the advanced settings of the Zing Manager web browser interface and change the band priority settings. Easy peasy.

 

If I remember correctly, the Zing by default is set to prioritize B25, B26, B41, in that order.

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When I disable B41, I think some area lost LTE coverage. I think in the area, sprint has change some of its tower to a different band (only)

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Why would you disable band 41? Just set it to be a lower priority than band 25 and you *should* be ok.

 

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