Ahhh... THAT bubble.
T-Mobile is the network.
Click the 'G' (or 'U') instead of the signal meter
I don't get a 'U' - I get a '3G'
Does that mean mine's better than yours? (3x better
Seriously tho, this thread has gone quiet since 10th Dec last year. Does this mean its all up and running hitch-free? Obviously I can't (yet) check out the thread on Plus, but can someone give an update as to whether the speed improvements have been maintained and everything works as it should?
I've only just done the O to T shuffle (and GPRS to HSDPA upgrade) and, to be honest, I'm finding the speed to be really quick. If there's room for improvement - I'm up for it.
I have noticed that I've had connection problems (3G & GPRS) to T in the middle of the night (I have to work nights sometimes) and can't understand why this would be when, presumably, their servers are used much less. I have often found PIE hanging at 'Locating' for hours.
The other thing that has been discussed here that I can't understand, is why would making changes to the 3G/GPRS connection interfere with a wi-fi connection? This is probably me being a little bit dim, but surely all the wi-fi does is make a wire-free connection to my house wi-fi BB modem, rather like using PassThu via USB and ActiveSync?
Edited by pd.ryder, 10 January 2007 - 01:24 AM.
Galaxy Nexus, big shiny sword...
"What happens to a politician if you give him Viagra?
He gets taller" - Jesse Duke, Hazzard County