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Got my note 9 yesterday, I'm extremely impressed so far. Battery is outstanding so far.

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11 hours ago, sunmybun said:

just from 2caScreenshot_20180823-102555_Speedtest.jpeg

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That’s not bad at all that’s pretty impressive. I’m waiting to see how the battery life is before I decide on jumping on getting the phone. I’m on the fence still.

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Got my note 9 yesterday, I'm extremely impressed so far. Battery is outstanding so far.
Can we get a pic of the LTE bands that's are enabled by default??

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On 8/24/2018 at 11:24 AM, danlodish345 said:

That’s not bad at all that’s pretty impressive. I’m waiting to see how the battery life is before I decide on jumping on getting the phone. I’m on the fence still.

Battery life is easily the best I've had in any smartphone I've ever owned. 

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On 8/24/2018 at 11:40 AM, Terrell352 said:

Can we get a pic of the LTE bands that's are enabled by default??

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I ended up getting my note 9 on AT&T. Still rocking a note 8 and s9+ on sprint though. 

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3 hours ago, themuffinman said:

Battery life is easily the best I've had in any smartphone I've ever owned. 

I’mConsidering getting the unlocked version

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21 hours ago, themuffinman said:

I ended up getting my note 9 on AT&T. Still rocking a note 8 and s9+ on sprint though. 

I m hung up on the note 9 and the Best Buy deal that trading in a iPhone X can yield a 545 dollar discount 

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Waiting for Samsung to give me my code for the Insight Program which makes the phone $500 + a free duo charger and a case.

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13 hours ago, danlodish345 said:

I m hung up on the note 9 and the Best Buy deal that trading in a iPhone X can yield a 545 dollar discount 

If your iphone x is in excellent condition you could get much than that for it if you just sell it yourself, wouldn't even take that long.

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On 8/28/2018 at 8:16 AM, themuffinman said:

If your iphone x is in excellent condition you could get much than that for it if you just sell it yourself, wouldn't even take that long.

How is the note 9 on sprint? I caved in and got the unlocked one from bestbuy...

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How is the note 9 on sprint? I caved in and got the unlocked one from bestbuy...
Boy that must have been a very expensive purchase

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Boy that must have been a very expensive purchase

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I actually returned a Mac computer which was value that $2100 so I didn't spend a penny.

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14 hours ago, danlodish345 said:

How is the note 9 on sprint? I caved in and got the unlocked one from bestbuy...

I'm actually running the note 9 on AT&T

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I'm actually running the note 9 on AT&T
Same as well. And the funny thing is when I put the AT&T SIM into my phone it didn't download all the bloat Ware.

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for people who got the unlocked note 9, do you guys have the other CA options other than the 3 main ones (ca 41c, ca 41D, ca 25a - ca 25a. in the data programming menu)? also did you guys ever seen 3ca yet?

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for people who got the unlocked note 9, do you guys have the other CA options other than the 3 main ones (ca 41c, ca 41D, ca 25a - ca 25a. in the data programming menu)? also did you guys ever seen 3ca yet?

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Which menu can I check to see it?

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Which menu can I check to see it?

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##data# (##3282#) on the phone dialer. click edit. msl is 000000.
LTE -> CA Enabled

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##data# (##3282#) on the phone dialer. click edit. msl is 000000.

LTE -> CA Enabled

 

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Attached is what on mine.

 

I managed to press also Sprint Mode within another menu by accident. Can't take it back off now. As it wasn't checked before.5445c25b2f3465e3678e83a92702d8cc.jpg1f1101de70f3353cfe06734c49432ce0.jpg

 

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thanks man. i actually answered one of my own questions this morning.

i just saw 3 ca in flushing queens, NY this morningScreenshot_20180913-081444_IOTHiddenMenu.jpegScreenshot_20180913-081516_SignalCheck Pro.jpeg

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New security update available

 

 

 

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New security update available
 
 
 
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New patch?

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'Twould appear so.

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'Twould appear so.
Hmm I ll have to download it later

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Hmm I ll have to download it later

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Not for the U1 though.

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Where's my Pie Samsung?

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