How does the Verizon Network Extender work?
Placed in your home or small business, the 4G LTE Network Extender is an extension of the Verizon network and acts like a miniature tower to enhance your indoor service. Easy to install, the device plugs into your existing high-speed Internet connection*** to communicate with the Verizon network.
You are disconnected from your 4G session when you reset the Network Extender.
- The factory reset button is in a small hole located on the connection side of the network extender.
- Insert one end of an unfolded paperclip into the factory reset hole then press the paperclip on the button and hold for at least 30 seconds.
- Perform a hardware factory reset - HTC EVO(TM) 4G LTE
- A master reset will return the device to the default factory settings and erase all personal information on the device.
- Release the Power and Volume Down keys when the bootloader screen appears.
- Press the Power key.
- Drag the lock ring up to unlock the screen.
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- Turn the power off.
- Hold the Volume Down button.
- Press and release the Power button.
- You are now presented with a menu that allows for Fastbook, Recovery, Clear Storage, and Simlock.
- Select Recovery.
- On the next screen press Volume Up and Power.
- You should then see the "Android System Recovery"
- Performing a factory reset using hardware buttons
- Press and hold the VOLUME DOWN button , and then press and hold POWER.
- Wait for the screen with three images of Android to appear, and then release the POWER and VOLUME buttons.
- Press VOLUME DOWN to select reset to factory settings, and then press POWER.
Dial *3001#12345#* and press the Call button. This will launch the Field Test Mode app and where the bars/dots were in the top left corner of the screen, you'll now see a negative number. The negative number is the decibel signal strength reading and should be followed by the carrier name and then the network type.
- 4G means the fourth generation of data technology for cellular networks ? following 3G, the third generation. LTE stands for Long Term Evolution and is short for a very technical process for high-speed data for phones and other mobile devices. Together, they make 4G LTE ? the fastest 4G service available today.
- US, North American and European/Asian Frequency Bands
Name Frequency Band Notes 700MHz LTE (higher band) 746-757MHz 776-787MHz Verizon current 4G/LTE 800MHz SMR/iDEN 806-866/869MHz 'Old' Nextel *Soon to be 1XRtt and LTE 4G 800MHz/850MHz Cellular 824-896MHz Traditional Cellular GSM 900 (Europe/Asia) 890-960MHz Euro/Asian GSM
- To complete the Preferred Roaming List update:
- Call *228 from your home coverage area.
- When prompted, select 2 to update your phone's preferred roaming list. (This process may take up to 2 minutes.)
- Once completed, a confirmation message will be played, and a message will display on the phone's screen.
To enable or disable HD Voice on your Android phone:
- Go to Settings.
- Tap Advanced Calling under WIRELESS NETWORKS.
- Tap Advanced Calling again to turn it On or Off.
- Tap the Menu icon (located in the upper-right) then tap Settings. Tap the Video Calling switch to turn on or off . HD Voice must be turned on to turn video calling on or off. If presented with a confirmation screen, tap OK.
- To enable HD voice, you'll have to configure your iPhone 6 to have voice and data sent over the 4G LTE network. This means you will need to manually enable VoLTE. From your iPhone 6's home screen, go to Settings > Cellular > Enable LTE > then select Voice and Data.
- VoLTE stands for “voice over LTE.” What it means is that, when you make a call, your voice goes over your carrier's high-speed data network instead of its voice network. Big advantages: First, better sound quality — if you and your calling partner both have VoLTE and VoLTE-compatible phones.
Updated: 3rd October 2019