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OnePlus 2 T-mobile

  1. tripped
    Cupcake Sep 16, 2015

    tripped , Sep 16, 2015 :
    I'm getting kinda crap speeds with my OPT on T-Mobile LTE in downtown Seattle (5 down, 15 up), but that probably has more to do with my location. I think I got similar speeds on my OPO (and before that with my Nexus 5).
     

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  2. veratoloz2005
    Lollipop Sep 16, 2015


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  3. FastFourier
    Gingerbread Sep 24, 2015

    FastFourier , Sep 24, 2015 :
    I updated to 2.1 OxygenOS and Now I am getting full speed on my 5GHz wifi :D
     

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  4. Mikkle
    Cupcake Sep 24, 2015

    Mikkle , Sep 24, 2015 :
    I've got a OnePlus Two on T-Mobile. 95 Mbps down, 27 Mbps up. I haven't changed any settings. I'd say it works just fine.

    [​IMG]
     

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  5. svash
    Gingerbread Oct 1, 2015

    svash , Oct 1, 2015 :
    Should not be a difference. its just an addressing protocol, should not affect speed at all.
     

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  6. Deactivated User
    Oct 1, 2015


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  7. Deactivated User
    Oct 1, 2015


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  8. Koko30
    Froyo Oct 1, 2015

    Koko30 , Oct 1, 2015 :
    I live in a somewhat rural area. I've got an OP2 on T-mobile LTE getting 19 down and 9 up with 2 bars. My Nexus always said "H," so this is the first time I've seen "LTE" appear when using my phone in the house.
     

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  9. mtywe
    Jelly Bean Oct 1, 2015

    mtywe , Oct 1, 2015 :
    My signature has my t-mobile results where I live... although I go to a neighboring city at the Mall and get around 13-15mbps up/down. It varies.
     

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  10. dolbymark
    Gingerbread Oct 1, 2015

    dolbymark , Oct 1, 2015 :
    I posted over in xda, but didn't get many hits. LTE is VERY spotty for me on tmobile usa. At my house I have pretty poor signal but have never experienced so many data drops with my other phones. I've done numerous tests and have home I can get 4-6mpbs down and 1-2 up (my opo I average double those!), but at my work I average 60-70mpbs down and 25mpbs up. I'm hoping a future update will stabilize it for me at home
     

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  11. mtywe
    Jelly Bean Oct 1, 2015

    mtywe , Oct 1, 2015 :
    dang I need to go to jelly school.
     

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  12. mtywe
    Jelly Bean Oct 1, 2015

    mtywe , Oct 1, 2015 :
    You should ask T-mobile for a Cell spot router. Its FREE. :p
     

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  13. eloist
    Cupcake Oct 1, 2015

    eloist , Oct 1, 2015 :
    ipv4 is the old school IP Address protocol: 10.0.0.1

    ipv6 is the new one: 3ffe:1900:4545:3:200:f8ff:fe21:67cf

    The world is running out of ipv4 numbers, so the ipv6 standard was introduced to give a near infinite possibility of number combinations for IP addresses. This was a necessity, considering most everything we own these days is connected to the net, and everything connected to the net requires an IP address.
     

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  14. MrFingerIII
    Lollipop Oct 1, 2015

    MrFingerIII , Oct 1, 2015 :
    T-mobile / Metro PCS speeds

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  15. Koko30
    Froyo Oct 1, 2015

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  16. uga_boy
    Gingerbread Oct 1, 2015


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  17. ih8c0ldweath3r
    Honeycomb Nov 17, 2015


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  18. acostaae
    Cupcake Nov 24, 2015

    acostaae , Nov 24, 2015 :
    Does wifi hotspot work on one plus two when using it on tmobile. I have an unlimited plan with 7gb of hotspot. Will the hotspot feature work automatically or is there something I need to setup?
     

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