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  1. A lot of the settings take extra taps now. I do not like it. It is visibly appealing but not as functional as Oreo. It seems like they made changes just to say it is something new.
  2. While tracking Sprint, I just edit the LTE bands on the phone - I don't use Network Signal Guru. I am not sure if that would help you since I don't know how NSG locks bands.
  3. One has not been started. I think you are free to do so though.
  4. I don't think it supports 4x4 on B41 It looks like bands 1,2,3,4,5,7 & 38 do
  5. This is the biggest problem most carriers. The game has changed and they, for the most part, have not adapted. It kills me when some of these towns turn down towers being built within the city limits. Verizon has started re-spacing their towers in my county. They have built 6 new towers in the last year. That is an impressive investment for a rural county.
  6. I don't have a strong preference either way. If I had to pick, I would say coordinates with geocoded address would be nice.
  7. I guess I like the option idea (preferences). I certainly don't want to mess it up for anyone else because I probably enter my notes differently. I just know that I am not normally sitting under a tower inputting site notes.
  8. I like the addition of the location button (HERE) in the site notes but I have found it was not very useful while on the freeway. On a recent trip, I would drive past a tower and click the "HERE" button but of course it could not find a full address. Would it be possible to have it enter just the GPS coordinates in the site notes? I then could go back later and and update the site note using my computer.
  9. I would not dispute coverage along the freeways. We have 8T8R equipment up here (between Lansing & Flint) providing coverage for the corn fields. I always thought it was kind of a waste. I can hit 80+ Mbps as I drive by at 75MPH. It blew my mind when they did not install 800 equipment on the towers to save money but yet they put up the best B41 equipment.
  10. That didn't take long for a negative headline. Sprint is asking customers to place these ugly 'Magic Boxes' in their homes to improve its network
  11. I don't think many of the east Michigan towers have 800 capable equipment. I haven't seen any retrofits.
  12. No - I hope to take some by next week. On the drive by, they looked similar to the pictures in the Columbus Premier thread.
  13. I found 3 small cells (Mobilitie) in Corunna, MI last night. Only 1 of the 3 was live so far.
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