4G is the fourth generation of cellular wireless standards, therefore the successor of the 2G and 3G families of standards. The candidates for 4G are LTE (Long Term Evolution) and WirelessMAN-Advanced.

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Does 4G work with new ROM on 4G phone? [closed]

In general, how can I know whether my 4G phone with a non-stock ROM still has 4G functionality? I've read in various forums and how-tos that rooting and flashing a new ROM on your 4G Android device ...
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How to avoid to have my carrier resend information to my G2X after losing sms over 4g after instaling a rom

Ever since I got that great/not so great phone I have been attempting to get a good version of gingerbread running on it since the stock version of froyo LG has on it is too unstable for me. Every ...
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Do Verizon 4g phones degrade to 3g when 4g is not available?

I'm thinking about getting a Verizon Android 4G phone. But I have a question about how 4G works... 4G is supported in my city, however if I move into a part of the city where 4G isn't covered or it's ...
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Why does the 3G connection drop issue happen on all Verizon 4G LTE handsets?

OK, after having reviewed the Samsung DROID Charge, reviewing and owning a DROID BIONIC, and hearing from many Thunderbolt users, it seems like one problem is common to all Verizon 4G handsets: a ...
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Does LTE require a special modem from WiMAX or just a firmware upgrade?

Sprint has talks of starting LTE data, but for now all their 4g phones support WiMAX. I am considering starting a sprint unlimited contract with the EVO 3D phone. The phone supports WiMAX 4g, on a ...
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What are the *technical* reasons preventing connection to 4G? How can I diagnose myself?

I have an EVO Shift, and often see an icon similar to 4G! (see enclosed picture with red arrow) in my android status bar. I have consulted with my carrier ad-nauseum, read the manual, rebooted, ...
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What can I expect from the “Pure Google” Nexus S 4G?

Sprint recently announced that they are going to sell the Nexus S, and that it will be "Pure Google", implying that there will not be any additional carrier fluff on the device. I am considering ...
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How can I tell the differences between a 3G, 3G LTE, and 4G phone?

I apologize if this is the wrong place to ask, but it looks like the Gadget StackExchange has been closed. I've been doing research on mobile phones and looking at different Android devices and I'm a ...