Following this question and my many further tests, I begin to fear, that my ASUS Nexus 7 II (2013) LTE isn't actually a LTE version and I simply has been cheated, paying for LTE version and getting 3G one.
What is the best way to check / prove, that this device really is LTE version?
Does the facts:
- phone detects network as
LTE(though is unable to connect to it),
- after upgrading system to
4.4.2 KitKatI have access to new option
Settings > Wireless & networks > More > Mobile Networks > Preferred networkand I can select
are enough to be sure, that this is really an LTE-based version of ASUS Nexus 7 tablet?
My doubts come from three facts:
- When I insert a LTE-compatible SIM card, tablet is able to detect, that it is in LTE signal range, but is unable to login to LTE network and obtain an IP address. The very same card inserted into another LTE device (some Samsung phablet) logins to LTE network at once and works like a charm.
- Working Samsung was checked at provider's office and provider's representative did check APN. Beside, SIM cards used by this provider are somehow self-configurable. Once inserted, they set APNs by themselves and select the proper one.
- I've checked and verified, that my network carrier (Polish Plus GSM) is using LTE on the 1800 MHz band, which is confirmed to be all fine with ASUS Nexus 7 II (2013) LTE tablet.
Are there any other things, that I can check to make myself sure, that I really have LTE model?