I actually don't know what model is BD06? Most HUBs are set to automatic to the best signal suited for connection.
I want to get some better understanding, 4G to LTE will and should work as long as you are in the coverage of LTE, my current question is more towards the model.
I couldn't even find the model number on ZTE website, as originally I thought it was a grey-market device you had.
Can you provide a little more clarification on what ZTE device this is? And where does it show the "Greyed out" part? Are you looking under settings?
Hi Thanks for the reply....this hub is about 4yrs old, its not listed on the web site now. Works fine just wanted to get LTE signal if its available. Found out you have to Disconnect first the change the setting then reboot the hub. The greyed out part is in settings. Rogers should still provide info on discontinued Hubs, I am sure lots of users still have this Model.
Thanks again ....John.
Still don't know which model you speak of, so to assist you better (and this may sound silly). Let's play a picture game!
These are all the models I can find available to me in my documentations, any of them look similar to yours?
I assume it's one of the ZTE (But I added the rest I foundto provide you everything I can pull up regarding this).
Haha, We both posted on the same time.
As per the information I have, It shows me it is LTE is fully active.
Have you changed the settings yourself?
Because by default the Mobile Network Icon (The Saturn/Globe with Rings) should be BLUE for LTE and GREEN for 4G.
I wonder if your sim card is not "officially" a LTE.
But let's work with one thing at a time, did you change any settings? or is this running on default settings?
Hi..Its on Auto and globe is green so I guess its the Sim Card.I'll have to take it to the Rogers store and get a new Sim.
Still no LTE even though the Map says I should get an LTE signal. The guy at the store said the maps on coverage are not very accurate in this area...lots of trees etc.