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No, it doesn't have the hardware Here is the T-Mobile spec sheet for the Galaxy S5 that seems to indicate it doesn't support Band 12. Network 2G/3G/4G/LTE Capable UMTS: Band V (850); UMTS/HSPA+: AWS Band IV / 2100 / 1900 / 850;Band II (1900);Quad Band GSM;LTE GSM/GPRS/EDGE: 850/900/1800/1900MHz And, here is the Spec Sheet from Samsung that seems to ...


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So I'm going to answer as someone who has a non-VoLTE phone in a market that has T-Mobile LTE, but no 2G or 3G coverage. With an alternate ROM (OR a way of editing the modem settings or keeping an older ROM installed) on your Android device, enabling Band12 will be no issue. It's possible with a bunch of Android devices already to enable bands that are ...


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Chances are most likely that the SIM card you are using is not LTE enabled. You can check with the service provider on upgrading the SIM. Once the SIM is upgraded, install Open Signal application in the phone and test for 4G signal coverage.



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