I recently upgraded to an LG Nexus 5 and I noticed that I get a very poor LTE signal. (Usually around -105dBm, 1 or 2 bars.) After doing a little reading online, I see that this is a pretty common complaint. If I switch to 3G my signal strengthens greatly. (-83dBm, 4 or 5 bars.)
I could just leave it on 3G, but naturally I would like to get the most out of my new device, and LTE is the optimal network for this.
Does anybody know what the cause is? Is the issue with this version of Android, the phone itself or Rogers' LTE service?
Any updates on this? i've been having the same issue even although i have had it working intermittently after copying a slightly different APN settings from a friend with an HTC one.
I just started using my phone today with the LTE sim card.
I'm expereincing 2 signal bars as many has describe, wonder if I can do anything about it?
I haven't use it long enough to realize if phone call drops, but if it does, what should I do about then?
This actually all started when i got the LTE sim card, prior to getting the LTE sim my 3G and sinal was perfectly fine and acceptable. Now even my 3g is horrible.
It just weirdly switches back and forth from 3G and H whenever I make a phone call (not that I care when I'm talking on the phone, just saying). When it's just laying there, I get LTE with 2 bars......