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Thread: Now in 4G zone, battery gone. Is there solution yet?

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    Now in 4G zone, battery gone. Is there solution yet?

    Sorry, I know I have seen threads about this but didn't pay too much attention since I didn't live or work in a 4G area. But today I look at my phone which I haven't used all day to this point and the battery is over half gone. Now I see 4g LTE on my status bar, so apparently my work is now in a 4g area.

    Since I am at work I don't have a ton of time to search, but can anyone update me with whether there is an app or solution to turning off 4g and saving battery?

    First know I am not a phone expert.. I don't "root" or anything, not even sure what that means, so I aplogize ahead of time for my ignorance!

    Thanks in advance.
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    There is now an app in the market makes it easy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yesdog99 View Post
    Sorry, I know I have seen threads about this but didn't pay too much attention since I didn't live or work in a 4G area. But today I look at my phone which I haven't used all day to this point and the battery is over half gone. Now I see 4g LTE on my status bar, so apparently my work is now in a 4g area.

    Since I am at work I don't have a ton of time to search, but can anyone update me with whether there is an app or solution to turning off 4g and saving battery?

    First know I am not a phone expert.. I don't "root" or anything, not even sure what that means, so I aplogize ahead of time for my ignorance!

    Thanks in advance.
    Basically toggle off 4G when not needed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by illmatic636 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by yesdog99 View Post
    Sorry, I know I have seen threads about this but didn't pay too much attention since I didn't live or work in a 4G area. But today I look at my phone which I haven't used all day to this point and the battery is over half gone. Now I see 4g LTE on my status bar, so apparently my work is now in a 4g area.

    Since I am at work I don't have a ton of time to search, but can anyone update me with whether there is an app or solution to turning off 4g and saving battery?

    First know I am not a phone expert.. I don't "root" or anything, not even sure what that means, so I aplogize ahead of time for my ignorance!

    Thanks in advance.
    Basically toggle off 4G when not needed.
    I thought there was no 4g toggle? Is there a way to stay in 3g?
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    Quote Originally Posted by yesdog99 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by illmatic636 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by yesdog99 View Post
    Sorry, I know I have seen threads about this but didn't pay too much attention since I didn't live or work in a 4G area. But today I look at my phone which I haven't used all day to this point and the battery is over half gone. Now I see 4g LTE on my status bar, so apparently my work is now in a 4g area.

    Since I am at work I don't have a ton of time to search, but can anyone update me with whether there is an app or solution to turning off 4g and saving battery?

    First know I am not a phone expert.. I don't "root" or anything, not even sure what that means, so I aplogize ahead of time for my ignorance!

    Thanks in advance.
    Basically toggle off 4G when not needed.
    I thought there was no 4g toggle? Is there a way to stay in 3g?
    https://market.android.com/details?i...=search_result

    That is what you need.
    selecting cdma auto (prl) turns off 4g but keeps all other radios on.
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