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  1. I asked the international folks and this is what I had to do when I went on my cruise this summer. For Samsung: Make sure that you are connected to a working Wi-Fi connection. 1. Go to Settings > System Update. 2. Tap Update profile. 3. Once it's done, tap Update PRL. After the updates disconnect from Wi-Fi, we need to do the following steps: 1. Go to Settings > Connections > Mobile Network > Data Roaming. 2. Network mode & roaming network should be set to Automatic. 3. Turn off everything under domestic roaming. 4. Turn on everything under international roaming. Just incase you didn't receive the welcome message. Here is the link and all you need to do is to manually put this on your browser. http://intlroam.sprint.com 1. Kindly Turn off your Wi-Fi 2. Open your Cellular Data 3. Put the link on your browser or click the link inside the welcome message 4. Follow the steps if you want to purchase the $5/day or $25/week https://www.sprint.com/en/support/solutions/international/tips-using-sprint-device-while-traveling-international.html?ECID=vanity:traveltips
  2. Sure did! Going to have to test this thing tomorrow while I'm working at the airport.
  3. Did you try to factory reset the device and allow it to run?
  4. This is what I was trying to mention before, for some reason the eero doesn't play nicely with the Airave at all for some reason and won't allow the device to pass the boot up. You see the yellow Ethernet ports on the back of the Cable Modem right? Plug the Airave into any port instead and then power cycle the Airave again and or factory reset the thing with a little clip or something and allow it to do its thing, it should now connect.
  5. When I turn the device off and turn it back on, the app will no longer display in the notification bar. For it to return I need to reopen the app for it to stay that way.
  6. Ah that's probably why I'm having issues. I'll have to figure out how to remove the double NAT. It would be nice if eero support PPPOE.
  7. Here is my setup and you'll even see the switch I have. You can get it cheap if its on sale. https://imgur.com/gallery/m59Ajg3
  8. No! Its a eero device issue that's preventing us from connecting. If I use another modem/router combo it connects fine. For some reason the eero isn't allowing the Airave to fully connect for some reason. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Network_switch I just got a 4 port one that's Unmanaged by Netgear and it works great!. Just plug power to it and plug the rest of the Ethernet cables to it and it talks to each other.
  9. I have the same setup but I have a network switch to expand my network. I ended up having to put the Airave before the eero with my modem and it works without any issues. Try that. I don't know why it doesn't work within the eero network, even opening ports doesn't work. (I might open a ticket with eero support)
  10. Whenever I reset my device I lose Signal Check from displaying on the notification bar on the Note 9, I have it checked for it to display when I reset the device.
  11. I say no, they still have a few towers that are still needing some work, but I'm wondering if this merger is making them wait a bit now before they continue since the towers are near T Mobile towers.
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