Does anyone have any idea what the hell this is? This is a Nexus 7 with a +Verizon Wireless
SIM card. Notice how Android is just showing the network as "311480?" That's the MCC-MNC combination of the SIM card. I'm just curious why the system isn't identifying it as "Verizon Wireless," like it should.
The data connection works just fine, so it would seem to me that this is purely an identification issue on the Android side. The only possibilities I can think of is that there's something up with the SIM card or the Nexus 7 is connecting to band 2 or 4 "XLTE" and the software is getting confused. Perhaps it always expects Verizon SIMs to be connected on band 13 and it can't handle a different combination?
Either way, it's interesting. Hopefully they'll fix this in Lollipop once it finally rolls out for this device.