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Selecting 3G signal only?

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Hi ppl,

Where I live (UK) I am on the edge of a 3g 'reception zone'. When not using WiFi, my phone constantly changes between 2g & 3g signal which gets quite annoying.

On my old phone (zte blade) was running the Swedish spring ROM and there was a setting on it which enabled me to choose between gsm/wcma(?) which cured the problem.

Is there a setting I can change or an app to install that will stop me from picking up this pesky 2g signal? I'm currently using the Modaco Cyanogen ROM.

Kind regards,

Simon

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*#*#4636#*#* is the solution for future reference.

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*#*#4636#*#* is the solution for future reference.

Thanks for that, can confirm it works on a stock N4 :-)

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