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clbowens

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  • Birthday 07/09/1978

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    Cleveland, OH
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  1. What is that on the 2nd rack from the top?! I've never seen those antenna's before.
  2. It looks like the *#0011# service mode screen shows some more info now. Like GUTI? NR_Tx Phy Channel Type: PUCCH?
  3. Downloading a new update now, but it says it's still at the Sept security patch level. The description says overall stability of device has improved, along with security. The last 4 of the version is AUIL
  4. Interesting, i've been seeing $50 on their website for a while (with a $10 autopay discount or something)
  5. My s21 has the Sept security update ready for install this morning.
  6. GPS seems to work pretty well for me. Even in my basement.
  7. Now the VoNR option is gone.
  8. Interesting. I have an S21 (Sprint version, now with T-Mobile SIM). And I don't see any of those band switching issues.
  9. Though, I still connect to LTE when making calls when connected to SA 5G. Maybe VoNR isn't activated in my area.
  10. That worked. I enabled it and then immediately restarted my phone. Went back in to look and it's still enabled. Once thing I have noticed (even before I enabled that) is that it seems to take a while to connect to the network after restart.
  11. There is now a VoNR option under Mobile Networks. If I try to enable it, leave the screen and come back, it's disabled.
  12. Downloading August security update now. Also, says the overall stability of my device has been improved.
  13. I was actually able to get to that with whatever is built into the system already, thru the SCP app. I forced it to all N bands (41, 71, 66). I locked onto SA N71, I had data, but phone calls failed.
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