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About ssrjazz

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    Columbia, Mo
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  1. Not true. Although the UI was the most visible change, there's a lot of new features under the covers.
  2. Seems like there's a lot more purple on the Sensorly maps in CoMo while I've been in Raleigh, NC on business. Anyone know if they've fired up the tower on the south side of town or is someone with a Gnex picking up the site downtown? I'll know for sure when I get back on Saturday, but was just curious.
  3. That's what I thought. Too bad there's not a version of sensory that would work on a jailbroken iPhone
  4. Already have that. Just didn't see where to tell it to actively map/send stuff in.
  5. Does that even work on the iOS version? IPhone 5 here.
  6. Holy crap! I just noticed LTE in here in Columbia, Mo. Looks like someone already mapped a bunch of the south side of town on sensory. Thanks Sprint! You would turn LTE in in CoMo the day before I leave for 3 weeks!!!!!
  7. Not that I'm aware of. I keep flipping the LTE radio on my iPhone 5 on to check, but nothing so far. Haven't seen any changes to the tower on the south side of town either.
  8. Really hope to see work in Columbia, Mo soon. *wishes*
  9. The iPhone 5 (US CDMA model) supports the following: 1 (2100 MHz) 3 (1800 MHz) 5 (850 MHz) 13 (700c MHz) 25 (1900 MHz) Source: http://www.apple.com/iphone/LTE/
  10. Amen to that. My iPhone 5 wants Sprint LTE in Columbia, Mo!
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