1. heickelrrx's Avatar
    Hello there next month it seems my carrier finally implementing 4G technology. I'm using 625 and stated it supports 4G at Nokia website.

    Still some devices like Note 4 didn't support 4G here even when the public test hold. They said they use different chipset on that devices.

    Is that case most likely occurred on my phone? My devices firmware stated Indonesia and it manufactured in China.

    Can anyone check this?
    11-27-2014 10:45 PM
  2. Aresjr21's Avatar
    If your device is carrier unlocked and you have a 4G capable sim card inserted into your phone, I don't see why you would not have 4G once it starts to roll out for you.
    11-27-2014 11:02 PM
  3. anon(8150199)'s Avatar
    If your device is carrier unlocked and you have a 4G capable sim card inserted into your phone, I don't see why you would not have 4G once it starts to roll out for you.
    My Lumia 920 had no option to switch to 4G (I don't know about Cyan since I'm using the Italian firmware instead).
    11-27-2014 11:06 PM
  4. Aresjr21's Avatar
    I understand some country variants of phone do not have 4G unlocked because of lack of carriers ability to provide 4G. This could have been a limitation for you.
    11-27-2014 11:19 PM
  5. heickelrrx's Avatar
    My devices is Lumia 625H not usual 625 what I concern about this "H"
    11-27-2014 11:47 PM
  6. Aresjr21's Avatar
    What does the H stand for? Was this a former demo/beta phone?
    11-28-2014 07:37 AM
  7. anon(8150199)'s Avatar
    What does the H stand for? Was this a former demo/beta phone?
    H : HSDPA/UMTS ("3/3.5G")
    H+ : HSPA+ ("3.75G")
    It's not a test device or whatever. It's something to do with the firmware. My 920 had no option to use 4G until I flashed the Italian version.
    Avinash Kaltari likes this.
    11-28-2014 07:47 AM
  8. amit prasad's Avatar
    Until network provider provides you 4g..phone ll not switch over LTE.
    11-28-2014 11:40 PM
  9. xandros9's Avatar
    Hello there next month it seems my carrier finally implementing 4G technology. I'm using 625 and stated it supports 4G at Nokia website.

    Still some devices like Note 4 didn't support 4G here even when the public test hold. They said they use different chipset on that devices.

    Is that case most likely occurred on my phone? My devices firmware stated Indonesia and it manufactured in China.

    Can anyone check this?
    The Lumia 625 DOES have 4G LTE onboard.
    HOWEVER, it will not work everywhere as different networks use different frequencies- or "bands"-
    What carrier is it?

    My devices is Lumia 625H not usual 625 what I concern about this "H"
    The 625H is a variant of the 625 that was cleared and certified for the Chinese market.
    What differences between the 625 and the 625H (the normal and Chinese model) are not clear to me.

    What does the H stand for? Was this a former demo/beta phone?
    It's made for China, what that means, I don't know, just that it is different somehow.
    11-29-2014 02:01 PM
  10. heickelrrx's Avatar
    my carrier is IDN Telkomsel according to local news :
    Telkomsel Geser Pelanggan 2G Demi 'Karpet Merah' 4G | detikInet
    most likely they going to use 5 MHz spectrum at 900 MHz Frequency

    here is my phone detail
    wp_ss_20141130_0001.pngwp_ss_20141130_0002.pngwp_ss_20141130_0004-new.png

    and according to my guidebook
    wp_20141130_003-1-.jpg

    it should work on GSM network at 850 900 1800 and 1900 MHz

    the thing that I'm concern is the story of Galaxy Note 4. because my country has not yet implementing 4G technology when Galaxy Note 4 Released. it come with different chipset without 4G capabilities this was proved when 4G test was hold on Bali at Asia -Pacific Economic Cooperation Event in 2013.

    I was concern about same thing happened with my devices. while the Nokia Indonesia stated nothing about this and there is no news about Lumia 625H 4G capabilities around so I'm not able to prove it.

    what I'm able to confirm is this :
    my devices run at 1Ghz Processor instead of 1.2
    it lost ability in record 1080p Video.

    I really hope someone can confirm this. if not is there any different if I try to flash my ROM with other country variant version (UK ROM)
    11-29-2014 07:04 PM
  11. heickelrrx's Avatar
    sorry to bump this tread actually today my carrier finally implementing and commercialize LTE network.

    I'm going to getting USIM tomorrow. but in case my LTE was locked I'm thinking about flashing ROM

    can anyone help me to do that? my model is RM-943 how do i applied other country firmwara
    12-08-2014 06:06 AM
  12. anon(8150199)'s Avatar
    sorry to bump this tread actually today my carrier finally implementing and commercialize LTE network.

    I'm going to getting USIM tomorrow. but in case my LTE was locked I'm thinking about flashing ROM

    can anyone help me to do that? my model is RM-943 how do i applied other country firmwara
    http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...utmk=125862926
    Enjoy.
    As for the firmware, pretty any European will work.
    12-09-2014 03:11 AM
  13. heickelrrx's Avatar
    http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...utmk=125862926
    Enjoy.
    As for the firmware, pretty any European will work.
    As there is 3 models of 625. Should I pick the one that match with mine (RM- 943) or any of them is fine
    12-09-2014 05:23 AM
  14. anon(8150199)'s Avatar
    As there is 3 models of 625. Should I pick the one that match with mine (RM- 943) or any of them is fine
    Damn, your version has no LTE antenna to start with.
    Nokia Lumia 625 review - All About Windows Phone
    12-10-2014 12:40 AM
  15. heickelrrx's Avatar
    But the local Nokia site stated it support lte network. So I'm getting fooled by some marketing campaigns huh

    ****

    Now what I'm gonna do whit this USIM
    12-10-2014 01:19 AM
  16. anon(8150199)'s Avatar
    But the local Nokia site stated it support lte network. So I'm getting fooled by some marketing campaigns huh

    ****

    Now what I'm gonna do whit this USIM
    I guess so then. The only difference from outside is the model number under the battery.
    http://forums.windowscentral.com/nok...mia-625-a.html
    12-10-2014 01:58 AM
  17. heickelrrx's Avatar
    I guess so then. The only difference from outside is the model number under the battery.
    http://forums.windowscentral.com/nok...mia-625-a.html
    Even the box model is same huh.
    I guess Asian region really left out huh.

    Galaxy note 4 also have similar trouble while only some iPhone 5 user have a problem with that. No report from iPhone 5S though.

    I'm thinking about switching for now. Maybe I'll get 925 or so
    12-10-2014 05:03 AM
  18. anon(8150199)'s Avatar
    The 625s in my country (Cambodia) do have 4G, since there's a switch in the cellular settings.
    12-10-2014 07:29 AM
  19. heickelrrx's Avatar
    The 625s in my country (Cambodia) do have 4G, since there's a switch in the cellular settings.
    Don't talk about that. Before I lost control and curse you with some dark power.

    Admin you can close this tread What I feared most has been proved.

    Confirmed Lumia 625H RM 943 doesn't have LTE capabilities. I already put USIM on it but no LTE option on setting
    12-10-2014 09:50 AM
  20. noblakit01's Avatar
    No, I don't know
    01-09-2015 09:10 AM

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