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Submitted by dilawer 1013d ago | article

How to Enable LTE on Nexus 4

CrazRoid: "Well, every Android fan was mad at Google for not putting LTE capability in the latest Nexus 4. However, we recently found out that the Nexus 4 actually has a LT chip in it but it’s just not functional. Today, some genius Canadian Android lovers have reported that you can actually use LTE on your Nexus 4." (Google Nexus 4, Phones)

Speed-Racer  +   1013d ago
Edit - For clarity sake.

Phone Information > Set preferred network type > LTE Only

and you should check the APN info to make sure it's set for LTE usage.
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dilawer  +   1013d ago
I've heard it both ways :D

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