D2g 4g lte?

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  1. bigyoke99

    bigyoke99 New Member

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    Hello I have a quick question. I just flashed AngelROM (which I love by the way.) But up top it says I have 4G LTE......Is that possible? I did not know D2G could run 4gLTE?? (not that I would complain)
     
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    The dev just replaced your 3G icon.
     
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    No, the D2G doesn't have the technology to receive 4g. It must just be built into the ROM to look cool or something.

    Sent from my Droid 2 Global running CM7
     
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    Thanks for the quick replys and information!
     
  5. mopar57

    mopar57 Theme Developer
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    I guess your using one of mine themes? Because the stock angel rom has most of the stock GB logos. Which have the 3G.
    If you want the 3G back let me know and Ill seen the right icons your way.
     
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    Yes I do believe I am using one of your themes, which is beautiful by the way. But its alright I dont really mind it sayign that its 4g. Thanks anyways and thanks for a beautiful theme!
     
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