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jordanlong20

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About jordanlong20

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    Pixel 3 XL
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    Fort Worth, TX
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  1. That's a good point about usability. I guess I was testing more so for proof of concept than "will my experience be better" b/c you're right....not much gained from normal phone usage for everyday tasks if you are at 80+ (or 140). Practically, average speeds on LTE backhaul across the home are between 20-80 with an average in the 30s I reckon. Like I replied above, I'll do some further testing - just because I'm curious, not because I'm troubleshooting per se - and add here.
  2. I'll try to do this week and report anything of note. I expect speeds in between ethernet and LTE
  3. Interesting, Thanks for sharing @ingenium We just moved and the new house merits a MagicBox. I have the Gold model. We have gigabit (true 1000up and 1000down) ethernet and also observed a maximum DL speed of approx 60-70mbps IIRC w/ ethernet backhaul on the MagicBox Gold. Shame because I see regular DL speeds of 100-140mbps on Sprint LTE in the DFW area, including within .5 miles of my home. It was nice to have a fallback connection of 100+mbps at our old address on Sprint LTE. I have since left the MagicBox on LTE backhaul and seem to get about 40mbps max in limited testing. ...You would think the MagicBox could output a higher speed when fed with 1gbps wired connection. edit: I could also try wifi backhaul, but I would guess it provides an even worse experience compared to ideal situation ethernet backhaul should provide.
  4. just requested a Magic Box and was told I was receiving Gold. After setting my parents up with the original AirRave, I hope its a better experience than that was. I watched a setup vid on YouTube and it seems straightforward and much simpler then before.
  5. Thanks for the data point about your experience with the 4XL. I read this article which came out over the weekend and toggled it manually (though it could be broken by Google at any point, seems like an official/unsupported means of obtaining RCS) https://www.androidpolice.com/2019/10/26/screw-your-carrier-heres-how-to-enable-rcs-in-the-messages-app-yourself-right-now/ After I followed those steps, it worked for me. With that few people have it.
  6. Is anyone else having trouble w/ RCS on the 3XL? I activated my 3XL on sprint via eSim about 4 days ago, and the prompt within android messages is not showing as capable. I have VoLTE and Wifi calling enabled, but I don't think RCS should be affected by those....
  7. jordanlong20

    Pixel 4/4XL

    It could, but as of that post, it was not specifically listed in FAQ part of the linked page. It could also be capable, but not activated at launch. Who knows. RCS confirmed per this link - https://www.theverge.com/2019/10/18/20920928/pixel-4-rcs-messaging-no-support-verizon-tmobile
  8. jordanlong20

    Pixel 4/4XL

    VoLTE is confirmed per sprint support https://www.sprint.com/en/shop/services/volte.html WiFi calling is not https://www.sprint.com/en/support/solutions/services/faqs-about-wi-fi-calling.html We can assume RCS is "enabled" I believe, at least between another eligible Sprint phone.
  9. jordanlong20

    Pixel 4/4XL

    Would be very surprised with a 5G pixel this year, I would also like one, but leaks do not corroborate it. I do fully expect VoLTE w/ P4 on Sprint from launch.
  10. Got a call yesterday to verify shipping info. I was told they expect to start shipping out in about 8 weeks. I did not ask where in the queue I was.
  11. Sprint and Google go back pretty far (Google voice integration comes to mind) so I have some rationalisation for waiting. ~$832 is a lot of money for the Pixel XL after sales tax in Texas. Sent from my Nexus 5X using Tapatalk
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