xiong164 wrote: Does anybody know, I have the ATT version of Galaxy s2 but I am with the T-mobile Carrier, when I run speedtest it shows that i am DL @ .17 mbps and upload @ mbps. How do I Fix this issue? Any ideas?
Does anybody know, I have the ATT version of Galaxy s2 but I am with the T-mobile Carrier, when I run speedtest it shows that i am DL @ .17 mbps and upload @ mbps. How do I Fix this issue? Any ideas?
The AT&T phone operates on different bandwidths than ours, so you're phone will only be using 2G connection speeds. There may be some info for you in the XDA forums about flashing radios and what not, but I think you may be stuck on 2G with that particular model.
On a side note, I average around 10-15 Mbps down and 2 Mbps up near Washington, DC.
Here is what I get in Melbourne, FL (32904)
I've gotten 21.91mbps download and 3.41mbps upload on 4g network.
4g las vegas, nevada when i see 4 full signal bars i usually get around 20.47 down and 4.78 up although i have seen it higher at times but not by much. it's as fast as our local cable internet or about the same. i do have a problem though, if i'm inside the house i'm stuck with 2g and 1 bar which is not enough to even download a tiny web site. i've been trying to get tm to get me a cel-fi booster so i can use it properly versus having to take it outside all the time to get a decent 4g signal but so far tm only wants to get rid of customers that complain rather than help them. i wish someone would take me seriously and help rather than keep making excuses why they can't get me a cel-fi......
Do you have Hi-Speed internet? If so you can connect to your wireless router and use Wi-Fi calling. Or are you attempting to replace your home internet with your phone?
nope don't have it that's why the answer is a cel-fi booster in my case. i find it amazing that i only have to walk about 300 yards outside the house and the signal jumps from 2g 1 bar to 4g full bars. i experimented walking east, west, north, and south and they all resulted in the same signal change, you would think only one direction would make a differrence, very strange......
That's a rough one to answer as I get around 10Mbps indoors and 14-20Mbps outside in So Cal.
i get more than that but only if i'm outside, makes no sense......
How do you find what HSPA network are you on?
Are you a T-Mobile customer? If yes than that's who's network you're on. Go to Setting>Wireless and network>Mobile Networks>Network Operators>Select Automatically or Search Now and select T-Mobile
are the highest I've gotten anywhere around Queens, it's terrible in Manhattan. I heard Long Island has the 42mbps network, so gonna head out there to test my speeds since I've seen a few friends of mine that have gotten the actual speed and 21mbps on the regular.
I got this speed recently in Charlotte, NC. Nice 4G speeds usually faster than Verizon's LTE in my area
Look at this speed test!
Charlotte NC uptown
But no coverage at the home in Pinville NC
Recently I checked my internet speed at Scanmyspeed.com
My Results are
What do you think about my results?
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