Samsung Galaxy S III, bought and used in Denmark on Danish Lebara. Now moved to the UK and using a UK LycaMobile sim.
Things are - for the most part - working as normal. But the phone permanently says it's roaming.
Anyone have any ideas on why my note 2 will not roam it use to no problem and then I uodated to 4.3 and now it wont have another similar post but this one pertains to roaming so I went back to 4.1.3 and still wont can sprint disable roaming on thier end for my phone or push sonethi g to it becuase theu called the other day having problems with mt aorave telling me to turn off roaming and set it to
I'm surprised our brilliant devs haven't got a built in force roam option into the AOSP Roms. For many months I was running SuperJelly bareback M4 which I was pleasantly surprised I could go into wireless settings and just select "roam". It's very useful in those places with terrible signal, especially coupled with a good corporate PRL that gives Verizon 3G roaming.
So I moved to a new country and kept my Galaxy S3 (unlocked). Now that I put in a SIM in France it says I am roaming... What the hell? Does anyone know how to tell Android that now I live here permanently?
We are taking a trip down South in November, and being from Canada I'd like to use my Note to ROAM while in the U.S. and possibly St.Thomas. Roam Mobility seems to be a descent company for the money but the Note 3 is not listed as being a compatible phone for their service while the Note 2 is..anybody here using Roam with their 3's?
Do AT&T phones roam here in the United States? I'm new to AT&T and normally I always have signal but recently my company has me working in a new area where I virtually get NO signal. I'm always getting the circle with the line threw it, it seems like.
I just came over from Sprint because we have no LTE in my area and the 3G was a JOKE!
Minimal signal bars? In the middle of nowhere? Your phone should automatically roam onto alternative networks designated by carrier roaming agreements, but sometimes it doesn't -- the phone can appear biased towards your home network. I've been looking at Roam Control, an Android app -- not available in Google Play -- that lets you force your phone to roam.