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18 Aug 2018
The first 3 days my G4 showed a 4G icon on top. Everything whas installed and then all of a sudden a 3G icon appears at the bar. Checking the setting it shows i only can connect to 2 and 3G. This puzzles me.
At T-mobile they told me that the phone wasnt a 4G phone, so i showed them the specs, then they said in the netherlands 4G was only on the 2100GHz band. Googling i found out that it should also work at the 1800GHz band.

Band 1: 2100 MHz
Band 3: 1800 MHz
Band 8: 900 MHz
Band 38: 2600 MHz

So i wonder, has any one set up 4G Tte T-mobile in the netherlands with the Gemini and how to do that?

Thanks for reading this...a complete noob
5 Jun 2018
Ok i dont have my machine yet, but i'm reading the posts here and i get confused coss its not clear to me when the post is about Linux or Android (sometimes i do). I dont know anything about Linux and i'm not planning to use it, so i'm only interested in Android. So is there a department on this forum that specificly talks about Android and nothing else?

For me that would be most usefull, and perhaps for others to.

1 Jun 2018
Ok so i probably overlooked it but how is the keyboard connected to the screen. My Mx5 died when the cable broke, so its good to know what to expect.
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