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  1. Mike, do you have older versions of the app available somewhere (specifically 4.54 or older)? I'm trying to figure out if the latest updates (4.55 and 4.553) broke the importing logs feature. I'm on OnePlus 6t. The issue started after receiving a replacement OT6t, so I'm not sure if it's the device or the latest version of the app that's causing the issue. Every time I import my logs, I get the "Database with xxxxx entries imported successfully" message, but nothing really gets imported.
  2. Like I said, anecdotal. All of those speeds tests where done in the span of 10 minutes past midnight, in (which is safe to assume) the same location and with extremely great signal strength/LOS. The problem with upload speeds in the 2.5 Ghz band is that the UL speeds dramatically fall off whenever you move away from the tower. Good speeds are possible, but on a few select areas near towers.
  3. My speeds during the day beg to differ. On T-Mobile, I can get 15-25 Mbps upload during the day. Past midnight, it peaks over 50 Mbps.
  4. All those speeds are at 2:30 AM from the same date. Very anecdotal data.
  5. Ken Paxton needs to get his head out of his....well, you know. Now is the time to negotiate a deal for better coverage in Texas. The state AGs have what seems to be a losing case.
  6. We're a month and a half away from the start of the trial. My guess is a few more states drop out as we get closer to December 9. I really hope Texas pushes for more rural coverage from T-Mobile and that Dish covers urban areas + interstate highways. There are so many back roads that are crucial to O&G where only At&t has coverage. It's time they get some competition.
  7. I found it funny. You can't help but laugh at the whole process. You'd figure that the DOJ would take precedence over state AGs. Nope. The HSR Act should have given power to AGs to only sue within their own state. Once a company clearly engages in interstate commerce, then any anti-trust issue should be left to the DOJ and DOJ only. For California and New York to decide what a business can and cannot do nationally is absurd.
  8. Mississippi has backed out of the NY-led antitrust suit and has signed on to back the DOJ deal. Looks like they got T-Mobile to agree to certain coverage requirements. I wonder if Texas is next? Republicans control the state because of the rural Texas vote. Striking a similar deal for more rural coverage seems like a no brainier in order to solidify their rural voting base.
  9. I'm going to miss CDMA whenever it sunsets. 1xRTT is a very reliable voice airlink that provides high reliability and coverage. I don't think any technology will ever come close to matching the robustness that CDMA offered us.
  10. Even in 5x5 areas like Texas, the extra bandwidth doesn't help with low band congestion. If you need relief now, then switch carriers.
  11. MOCN is just a stop-gap solution while they figure out how to transfer everyone to the T-Mobile core network. MOCN cannot be used to combine two networks into one, but can be used to allow a group of users access to more than one network. T-Mobile already implements MOCN so Sprint users can roam on their network without any compatibility issues. There is no need to worry about VoLTE compatibility or eCSFB issues with MOCN unlike with traditional roaming. This is the reason why T-Mobile roaming comes back with a Clearwire PLMN instead of a T-Mobile PLMN
  12. This doesn't sound right. Both networks will still be up and running separately. MOCN will just allow Sprint users to access T-Mobile LTE and vice versa.
  13. I don't think anything specific has been said about T-Mobile users being able to use Sprint towers. Why give T-Mobile users extra coverage if you're just going to shut off most of the Sprint towers 3 years later? And since T-Mobile only plans to deploy the EBS/BRS band using the NR airlink from their network, I don't know that your one plus will ever connect to B41. It's possible, but I'm not getting my hopes up.
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