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2019-04-17 11:01 AM
I've recently had to revert to an old phone of mine due to the headphone socket breaking on my Sony Xperia X.
Despite my best efforts, I've not had any luck with mobile data, however regular telephone and SMS works fine.
I've entered the Access Point details as suggested, and even tried copying directly from the Xperia. By default, the preferred network is choosing GSM/WCDMA/LTE, however these other options are available:
CDMA w/o EvDo
Both phones are originally from the UK.
The Wileyfox Swift 2+ is a dual sim phone, and I've read that sometimes this can cause issues, but I've also tried the SIM in both slots as well with no luck.
Additionally, I've logged into an ADB shell to check network interfaces, and they look fine - is there anything on Optus' end that might prevent me from using mobile data on another device?
2019-04-17 12:31 PM
Will be quite limited with 4g coverage with that device as it does not have band 28 700Mhz.
Does have 1800 and 2600.
Apn is the only setting that has an impact
Mobile Phone APN
Name: Optus Yes Internet
As for sim switch with dual sim - that may be the issue as I think that model can only use data on 1 sim at a time - must be a toggle somewhere.
2019-04-17 04:11 PM
Yeah the setting for which SIM for data is set to Optus (its the only sim in there). I do see that occasionally an 'H' briefly flickers on and off as well.
2019-04-17 04:19 PM
Still should get 3g data (hsdpa, hspa etc etc many to list)
2019-04-18 04:10 PM
Calls are fine, as are SMS.