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  # 659860 22-Jul-2012 12:12
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 I still get full bars and ive checked under status its receiving umts;3 ? I have full signal is it radio problem ? because it still cant recognised the network. :(



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  # 659862 22-Jul-2012 12:14
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Its a I-9300T model ? does this make a difference ?

 
 
 
 


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  # 659867 22-Jul-2012 12:25
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As long as you have flashed a compatible modem you should be able to select the network bands from the *#*#4636#*#* menu

Have you had it confirmed by a telco that it's not blacklisted?



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  # 659869 22-Jul-2012 12:29
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They said my imei number isnt black listed. And my build and base bands are

Build I9300TDUALF2

BAseband  I9300TDULF2

Does this help ?



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  # 659871 22-Jul-2012 12:33
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In the network select it has
GSM Service EMERGENCY CALLS ONLY
Network type UMTS;3

Turn on IMS regstrations required ??? its off at the moment?



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  # 659873 22-Jul-2012 12:41
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You know how telecom xt runs on WCDMA 850hz 2100hz It doesnt say anything about that being emergency calls only ? any way to turn of the gsm and just run through wcdma ?

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  # 659927 22-Jul-2012 15:34
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That's a good point, check under wireless and networks and make sure "use only 2G networks" is not ticked.

If you type in *#*#4636#*#* into the dialler and select phone information, there should be an option to select preferred network type from a drop down list. Make sure it's set to WCDMA only or WCDMA preferred.

 
 
 
 


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  # 659965 22-Jul-2012 17:11
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As per your PM, reply back with the IMEI and I'll check it.




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  # 660038 22-Jul-2012 20:10
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Progress, come up with Telecom NZ network in that *#*#4636#*#* network diagnostics. 35810040174343 / 02 imei. still emergency calls. Any way to receive the message and calls through the mobile data entry ?



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  # 660041 22-Jul-2012 20:22
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STILL CAN NOT RESISTER NUMBER OR SIM TO NETWORK THOUGH :(



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  # 660043 22-Jul-2012 20:25
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would a screen shot on the device info help ?



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  # 660047 22-Jul-2012 20:43
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This is what my phones telling me





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  # 660049 22-Jul-2012 20:47
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I know it shouldn't be done, but can you make a emergency call. also have you spoken to telecom to see if they can see the device trying to authenticate etc. they should be able to see the device trying to access and should see why it fails.




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  # 660052 22-Jul-2012 20:52
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Wow ! says emergency number.... out of service area ! :O and hate to say it but im getting free mobile data from somewhere. 

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  # 660060 22-Jul-2012 21:06
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I'll ask someone tomorrow to see if it's barred or not.

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