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The phone comes with a screen protector pre-installed. It's not tempered glass but it's pretty good and I'd honestly refrain from removing it/switching it out unless it gets scratched up quite a bit.

I know this isn't the ultra, but 20X on the S20+ is pretty impressive (I know it's still fuzzy, but considering the distance, it's pretty clear). 30X is hard to control handheld. I can not imagine the

Also Tmo has the most uninformed network. You will see towers with B66/4+B12 and some with B66/4 +B2+B12+B71 or B66/4, B71, B12 and even some with just B12 or just B66/4. Sent from my SM-G988U1 usin

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5 minutes ago, PedroDaGr8 said:

January Security update has rolled out for the S20 and Note20 series.

Not on T-Mobile that's so weird.

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On 10/12/2020 at 6:18 PM, mdob07 said:

If it works on your phone the easiest way to tell is to go into *#2263# and tap on NR5G band preference, then see if NR B71 SA is listed as an option. If you only have NSA then SA hasn't been enabled on your phone. 855d71be30b4ead9c328ea9231a8a086.jpg

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The update to android 11 now gives me these options, except no mmw of course.

Thanks for the help.😀

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6 hours ago, IrwinshereAgain said:

The update to android 11 now gives me these options, except no mmw of course.

Thanks for the help.😀

Is that a T-Mobile code? I have "Sprint" still and that code doesn't work. Just updated to 11 tonight on the FE. 

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