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About jasonsteele

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  1. That’s what they’re doing in Phoenix to all the sites that can handle all that equipment. I wonder what they are going to do with flagpole sites and the small cap assemblies they put on metal power transmission poles. Those are usually only B66 because they are so skinny. I guess we will see, awful lot of those here in the suburbs for aesthetic reasons.
  2. Waze was running during the issues. I let it go for two days before I rebooted. Once done, no more issues. SCP location service at high accuracy, update interval 4000. So far so good, it was the first reboot after Android 11 update...I’m not that technical, maybe the phone was stuck on stupid and had to reset.
  3. PSA, after installing the Android 11 update last week on my S10+, SCP beta was giving me my actual home address every time I clicked “here” to get locations for notes (no matter where I was). A reboot fixed that.
  4. So far still three carriers in Phoenix, Sprint is at 2640, 2660 and 2680 for B41. Seems like only 2xCA as well. T-Mobile is at 2538 and 2558 for B41. I’m guessing everything in between is for n41, can’t tell for sure on my iPhone 12 because Field Test Mode is hot garbage and my other phone is an S10+.
  5. Good eye, I didn't catch that. If you look again, the date is also 14 days off. Darn, I thought I had discovered some cool stuff.
  6. Seems like one B41 20 MHz carrier from my Sprint keep site is being used as anchor band for NSA. https://imgur.com/gallery/XeyBty3
  7. SCP showing 310-120 but engineering screen showing serving PLMN as 312-250 and HPLMN as 312-530.
  8. Strange thing is I have an iPhone 12 and an S10+ both on ROAMAHOME. The PLMN on the iPhone 12 is 312-250 and the S10+ it’s 310-120. In the same spot, they’re both connected to the same Sprint tower but using different EARFCNs 41094 and 41292. Not sure what that means.
  9. Yep, PLMN 312-250 is handing off from 310-260 natively, without loss of coverage. That means it’s a keep site. Makes sense for my Sprint home site, as it is the fourth corner in a square of the nearest three T-Mo sites around me.
  10. My home Sprint site is a keep site! I’m on ROAMAHOME, been over a month since I’ve connected to it. I’m so relieved, it’s going to fill in a gap nicely. https://imgur.com/gallery/1uOQRhe
  11. I DM”d him on the 16th, no reply yet. Guessing he’s just too busy lately.
  12. Yep, for about a week so far. I sent Robert a DM.
  13. Ugh. All 6 of my lines are still connected to Sprint service thank God, hopefully they'll keep it as is for me until the very end. I'm on Sprint for a reason, if I wanted to be on T-Mobile I would have switched long ago. I loathe AT&T (not because of their service or coverage, but in general) and never considered Verizon. But I guess whatever will be, will be. Sent from my SM-G975U using Tapatalk EDIT: Wow, I spoke too soon. This morning some kind of update was pushed to all of my lines, I cannot connect to to Sprint LTE anymore, only T-Mobile. When it was pushed SignalCheck stated the
  14. I have to opt in every two days. Cal Screener is a hot mess. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  15. T-Mo has been adding the N41 panels to their sites in Phoenix the past couple of weeks. I would imagine they will be either stealing a couple of the Sprint carriers or killing my MB relay channel soon. I think they have enough bandwidth here to keep it all running for now though. We will see, I'm on Sprint and I'm connected to B41 90% of the time outdoors. To lose that would suck to say the least. Sent from my SM-G975U using Tapatalk
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