How accurate is Coverage Maps | Sensorly Who updates there info? I was looking up my area (Sacramento) and it showed it had Lte in this particular area and when I went there i couldn't pick it up.
on 07/11/2013 – Made popular on 07/11/2013
They recently updated the sensorly map in my area and I was amazed how accurate it is. I will post the link below shortly.
I want to understand more about the towers equipment. It seems that the drums that are installed are directional so they don't radiate in all direction.
It's not official because those are just test towers that Sprint is keeping lit, but it gives us NYC guys some hope that LTE will fully roll out sooner than later. Since I've been checking, the area around Bryant park popped up, and both Bronx/Harlem coverage seems to have grown.
For those of you that have good lte/ehrpd service in your area I found a little trick to turn on lte only and ehrpd only mode.
Go into ##data# select edit, select others, then select HDR/1x selection I found this out today.
The area I live in is in a 4G area (Southern California) pretty much everywhere. Periodically when I go somewhere (maybe indoors) I might notice that I have 4G with one bar but can still connect to data/internet with no issues but other areas where I might have 4G with one bar I'm not able to connect or have any data at all.
Turned on my EVO lte a few minutes ago after it dying today and I saw the 4g logo. My first reaction? Run a speed test. The results were... Unsatisfactory to say the least. After about 10 minutes of use I was booted back to 3g, but not before getting some screen caps!
Has anyone else had this happen in the Tacoma area?
So I'm planning on getting the N4 next month and was looking to get the ST ATT, but when I go to their website and enter my zipcode to buy the sim card I only see the tmobile. Everyone in my area has good ATT coverage. What is this supposed to mean? Should I go to walmart or does this somehow mean there is no ST ATT coverage in my area?