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Monday, October 29, 2012

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 LTE : how to turn off 4G setting, remain in 3G mode



Just had a chat with a Facebook friend, he was asking about turning off the 4G/LTE setting for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. Though I didn't have a Note 2 on hand, I guessed that with the TouchWiz interface and all, it should be pretty similar to other Galaxy phones in the series.

So here's how to do it :

  1. Go to Settings, More ..., Mobile networks, Network mode.
  2. There will be 4 options : LTE/GSM/WCDMA(Auto mode) , GSM/WCDMA and so on.
  3. The 2nd option will leave the phone in 3G mode but disable 4G/LTE mode.

Hope that helps.

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