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  1. lilotimz

    The S4GRU BYOD Sim Compatibility Chart

    BYOD meaning you purchased the device not directly from Sprint or a device that is not sold by Sprint but compatible with them such as Pixels and Moto devices. These are the compatible sim cards. The 516TQ is not compatible.
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    The S4GRU BYOD Sim Compatibility Chart

    Spreadsheet now up to date. Sent from my Pixel using Tapatalk
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    Official Google Pixel 3 / Pixel 3 XL Thread

    Si. CSIM. ISIM. ISIM whatever V now. It's the one used for this generations devices which has CDMA+LTE authentication on the Sim. Needed for future hot swapping.
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    Official Google Pixel 3 / Pixel 3 XL Thread

    Cough >> https://s4gru.com/forums/topic/7833-the-s4gru-byod-sim-compatibility-chart/
  5. Antenna pictures are not that useful for identifying carriers for small cells since they're all pretty much very similar omnis. Need pics of the actual equipment if there is any.
  6. Yep. I've confirmed about 90 of them just driving around not even specifically looking for them. Also found a few inactive / active Sprint small cells doing the same specifically around downtown and midtown.
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    [PSA] Sprint Soft Launches VoLTE

    S8 was selected as it was the test device with the largest concentration of users. S9 is newer and was not as widely adopted so it was on the backburner.
  8. What is the typical GCI heading for B41 in that region? 41/42/43 is usually Nokia GCI ending for #3 carrier.
  9. In the app you want to tap on the three dots then Help.. and it'll detail the nomenclature. I'll suggest that Mike have it made clearer on how to find the info since it's been something has has constantly been brought up by new people to SCP. TLDR: B41 ^# = GCI identified B41 carriers #1,2,3 & so on. Likewise with B25^# B41 SC = airspan small cell / B41 MM = nokia mini macros
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    [PSA] Sprint Soft Launches VoLTE

    S8/8+ SE's (unlocked from Samsung) are capable.
  11. That's voice call continuity. It has been a thing for a while.
  12. So 20+20+10? That's a new config that hasn't been seen before. In many regions they have BRS high which is 2618-2673.5 which is basically 55 MHz wide. 2673.5-2690 is EBS which often times is not leased by Sprint so they use EBS where possible. I wonder if they could do 20+20+15... maybe..
  13. Unlikely. SCP tries to take an educated guess on small cells. B41 SC only shows when it uses traditional GCI endings but also uses the market GCI prefix in use for B25/26 since that's how Airspan units are set as. Nokia stuff ends as in 3x / 4x which makes it easier to identify it as a Nokia cell (but can't differentiate type of small cell).
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