The Nexus 4 shipped with hidden 4G LTE support but runs on HSPA and HSPA+ networks in the United States. Some tinkerers over at XDADevelopers, however, have managed to get the phone up and running on Telus and Rogers using LTE LTE Band 4. The phone is automatically set to prefer WCDMA networks but, if you open the phone’s settings following the instructions in the video above, you can change the phone’s settings to seek out LTE networks. For now, it works on the 1700 and 2100Mhz bands used by the aforementioned Canadian carriers. For a detailed explanation on why certain LTE bands aren’t supported in the U.S., head over to Anandtech, which took a deep dive into the topic last week.
Todd Haselton has been professionally writing since 2006 during his undergraduate days at Lehigh University. He started out as an intern with MaximumPC Magazine and has since written for Ars…
By Jacob Kleinman |
Let’s say you buy one of the many of smartphones out there with built-in wireless charging, or maybe you just decided to grab a new charging case for your current device. Well that’s only half the battle. You still have to pick a wireless charging dock of some sort. We’ve already highlighted a few different options here in the past, but the Ultimus Qi charging stand is another great option that’s worth a closer look.