The #6P has its signal cut off completely when connecting to 4G network - so don't use those two things together.
Changed APN to ipv4/ipv6 instead of ipv4 - see if it does anything (from comments on ausdroid article) Data instantly stopped working
Restart phone - 4G is working and blazing fast
I think it works like this:
The issues still exists - but when the reception completely cuts out - the phone detects lack of internet, switches modes, and re-scans - thereby reconnecting to the 4G network.
So reception may go dead for random moments.. but you don't have to switch on/off airplane mode to reconnect..
..a dirty hack?~
There might be some telstra side stuff as seen in this article:
Update - I tried to upload some photos, and the dreaded full-reception icon with exclamation mark appeared - no data connection
After about 15 seconds when I tried to call the phone it switched to 3G exclamation signal, then working 4G
I have yet to call and try the step 2 procedure...
15:30 - I called and they were like: "how the hell do you know about our internal systems" - but they checked the settings, told me to restart my phone - (I un-did the hacking-fix from before) - and seems ok for now (switching from WiFi/ calls to data was ok)
The operator said they'd follow up later today and tomorrow to check if things are still ok ~ hopefully~~~
17:30 - Tried to load new emails - 4G icon, full bars/ full reception - not loading.
Open browser and try load a website - times out "page can not be displayed"
After a minute - reception bars blank out, then 4G logo comes back with exclamation mark and the internet is dead - just like when I got the phone.
I'll request a refund and send it back.
Just a note - today the signal completely died - Set to 4G with the hacky ipv4/ipv6 setting - and it is currently no-3G, no-4G - just calls/ sms mode - I tried airplane mode on/ off and it didn't help - it seems completely dead. (and my accelerometer isn't working) - so I'll send it back and figure something out in the future,,,,,,
I mean - they don't actually sell the 6P - I just wish that Google and Telstra figured this out sooner (they probably did) - and actually told people about it - so people wouldn't change to Optus, and so that Google wouldn't get a million refund requests,,, x___x
In US America, banks often offer some offerings when you switch - but in Australia ANZ and other banks actually charge fees - what the hell?
Well (a flying Dutch company) - is pushin' their stuff ~
>> No fees
>> Average savings interest (but you can keep savings seperate to help savings non-spending)
>> All ATMs in Australia are free (instant-refund)
>> All PayPass purchases (less than $100) - get an auto-2%-refund/ rebate
>> Join using my recruit code, and we'll get $75 each ~
In the last 2 and a bit months I have gotten $50 through ATM rebates and PayPass rebates ~ woo~ (IE: I'll get $40 a year, buying Opal card recharges at supermarkets while buying groceries)
Step 1 - Be a new Orange Everyday customer and register details at ingdirect.com.au/refer using the Friend Code ECE548
Step 2 - Open an Orange Everyday bank account and deposit $1,000 or more within a calendar month by 30 September 2015.
Offer is limited to the first 4,000 applicants who satisfy the eligibility criteria by 30 September 2015. (hmm.. )
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