Thank you for your help and quick reply. However, it didn't work for me even after above settings in the ltemobile.apn.
One strange thing is when I saved Rogers LTE file after editing, the file disappered and only left with LTE Tethering(ltedata.apn) in Access Point Names.
I still tried on tethering but same thing that devices could connect to my S5 but simply unable to get data access through tethering.
Any help please?
I then chose Reset to default from the menu and Rogers LTE (ltemobile.apn) was back but of course all settings are back to orginal default...
Much appreciate any help please...
LG-H860 G5 not connecting to LTE
Just bought a g5 H-860 off ebay and I can't get it higher than 4g anyway I ideas to be able to connect to LTE?
Exact same problem. Phone supports all those bands. APN is ltemobile.apn. Network is set to auto (including LTE). Shows 4g above the bars.
Rogers technical support has elevated to level 2. Hopefully will hear back soon.
Are you able to supply the same info for an LG G5 H860? I used LTE apn (ltemobile.apn) but the highest speed I seem to get is 4g.
I have contacted technical support and am awaiting a response.
I have an LG G4 (H812). It is an unlocked phone.
It was set up and working with LTE before I had to send it in to get the mainboard replaced (Reboot loop).
I have been putting in all the APN settings I've been able to find, (including the one RogersMaude posted) but am unable to get Data working. It is currently showing Android version 6.0.
Can anyone help with current (Aug 2016) APN settings (for everything... MMS, Data, Tethering, LTE, etc).
Thanks in advance
I'm just messaging you to find out if there were any updates from Rogers regarding your issue? I too just purchase the H860 and am only able to get 4G (barely). A bit concerned about this especially since I bought the phone outright knowing that it is supposed to be compatible with all of Rogers' LTE bands. Any help would be much appreciated! Thanks.
That's actually a good observation. The network indicator you see does vary depending upon the provider you're with. If the phone was originally locked to a network that didn't use HSPA+ as 4G, then you may see 4G instead of LTE.
This isn't actually common knowledge however. Unless you travel often or frequent communities like this, you might not be aware of it.