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This is the new free phone from T-Mobile. With turning in a working old phone of 2000+ vintage and $16.20. $9 charge and credit for 2 years. Gets both NSA and SA 5g.  Picture quality can be poor in low light without adjustments or different camera software.  Max speed I have seen so far with this budget phone is 310.

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There is a way to select or lock onto 4g LTE bands  with quick shortcut maker app without rooting.  Unfortunately it does not work with NR bands.

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Got the Android 12 based upgrade today with May 2022 security.  They now have favorites in contacts. Have not yet figured out how to get rid of the google/T-Mobile screen. Wall paper changes.

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one way to remove it:

ryhold

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ryhold , via OnePlus 9R , Apr 18, 2022 :
Download Color OS Quick Glance

https://www.apkmirror.com/apk/oppo/...k-glance-2-4-4-android-apk-download/download/

Install Color OS Quick Glance (doesn't show up as an app on your home screen after installation)
Go into the OnePlus settings on your phone
Choose Home Screen & Lock screen
Deactivate Quick Glance

The Google Discovery screen is gone.
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September 2022 security update.  Does not improve SCP status line problem.  Had to redo the formatting of all home screens.

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