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  Reply # 1133731 22-Sep-2014 14:26
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This is not the first time I have heard of this on a N5



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  Reply # 1133755 22-Sep-2014 15:07
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Would there be any solution?




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  Reply # 1138439 26-Sep-2014 19:27
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Is there any tests I could do while connected to 4G to diagnose?




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  Reply # 1138440 26-Sep-2014 19:32
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dcole13: Is there any tests I could do while connected to 4G to diagnose?


Yep the buy a new phone directly from VF that they've tested to work on their network test



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  Reply # 1147164 4-Oct-2014 12:39
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I have been in Auckland a lot recently and I have found that 4G works fine South of the bridge. I also found that I have to go into aeroplane mode every time it switches between 4G and 3G/H. Is there any way I could fix this other than buying a new phone?




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  Reply # 1147167 4-Oct-2014 12:52
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dcole13: I have been in Auckland a lot recently and I have found that 4G works fine South of the bridge. I also found that I have to go into aeroplane mode every time it switches between 4G and 3G/H. Is there any way I could fix this other than buying a new phone?


If you are already on the latest version of the firmware then I don't know what else would fix it. I've not noticed any issues changing between the two. If you have another 4g device available you could try replicating the issue. I only experienced the problem in East Tamaki when it used to happen to me.

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