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    In order to accomplish this, you need to be rooted and have Magisk Manager installed. In Magisk Manager, go to Downloads and search for VoEnabler. Install VoEnabler and reboot the phone. VoLTE should start working.
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    You both need to stop it and stop it now. Any further arguments between the both of you will result in a time off on the forum. TS out
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    There's really no reason. One member here just figured out how to hack the Pixel to force VoLTE to be enabled (root required), and it works perfectly. It was literally just forcing the toggle to appear... The VoLTE implemention is standard and the software and config is already there, it just needs forced on. Sprint is just limiting the rollout, either because they feel the network isn't ready, or for other reasons. Sent from my Pixel 3 XL using Tapatalk
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    Any device with an ISIM can be updated with an IMS profile for VoLTE.
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    Or it could be the DOJ and FCC drilling further into the data and scenarios. There is a disconnect between the policies of the current administration and the bureaucratic responses. Global warming is a good example of this. This adds unpredictability to how this proposed merger will be resolved. Logically you would think if they don't allow T-Mobile and Sprint to merge then AT&T and Verizon should be broken up. I sincerely doubt the later would happen. I am also not certain that T-Mobile or Sprint are that politically aware either, given these multiple public revisions.
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    New info was submitted because the direction they were taking wasn’t working .. 1st: pushing the narrative of lower pricing didn’t seem to work 2nd: first to 5G race didn’t seem to work 3rd: better competition against att and Verizon didn’t seem to work Now the direction is going towards cable ( briefly mentioned to all in prior meetings. So everyone is aware) but now in more detail. So, to me it is concerning Remember this was supposed to be all smooth and about 30 days or so away from being ether approved or not.. so, this change of direction leads me to believe tmo is getting negative reactions from DOj Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    It actually isn't concerning or unexpected since the stoppage was expected by all parties. New fillings were submitted by T-Mobile/Sprint. It is all part of the process. This merger is still likely going to happen. Some people in power will question it in order to toot their horn (it's politics 101), but will ultimately not stand in the way.
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    Indeed you do [emoji6] Sent from my Pixel 3 XL using Tapatalk
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    Curse you Robert for posting one of those 'stuck in your head for a week minimum once you hear it again' songs
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    Maybe... CHECK UR HANGOUTS MESSAGES!
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    It probably forces roaming on TMO where necessary to preserve LTE. Did you check if that is the reason?
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    shentel follows sprint in mimo & 5g Saw this the other day, forgot to post.
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    Both the S8 and S9 suck in comparison to the S10 in rf performance, it's amazing the difference. I used to hit 3G here and there but not anymore. It's all LTE, finally Sprint gets a good phone.
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    Time Magizine Sent from my SM-N920P using Tapatalk
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    Maybe an 800 MHz spectrum sharing agreement could be reached with Sprint in exchange for a roam like home agreement. This would allow for 10x10 L800, if I remember correctly. Also, quick question—what is the EARFCN of SouthernLINC's current L800 carrier?
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    Yeah I noticed. That's why it should be aggregated with B25 long time away. Sprint is Still the only one that doesn't aggregated all their bands. 25+41 being more important. Sent from my SM-G965U1 using Tapatalk
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    True but this was likely line of sight. Sprints upload CA breaks down fast when foliage and buildings are introduced. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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