How do I shut off "enhanced LTE" or "advanced LTE" on my phone?
uvabarry
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How do I shut off "enhanced LTE" or "advanced LTE" on my phone?

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Weth
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You can't turn Advanced LTE on or off. -- Why do you want to?

I suspect RMCCAMMAN​ is referring to Advanced Calling and HD Voice.  You can turn that off, but that is not what Advanced LTE is

- Advanced Calling is using LTE to carry voice data using IP protocols, I.e, VoIP

- HD Voice is part of Advanced Calling that allows higher fidelity voice when both phone are compatible

- Advanced LTE is carrier aggregation.  This allows the phone to use different frequencies at the same time to get faster data speeds.  For example, if you have a Verizon signal on band 13 and band 4 your phone will be able to use both at once -- aggregate them into one fast incoming data stream. 

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Predator7
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You can't shut it off.........

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RMCCAMMAN
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I'm able to turn it off in My Verizon app.

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drrmath
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Can you send me how you did that on your app?

Thanks

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Weth
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You can't turn Advanced LTE on or off. -- Why do you want to?

I suspect RMCCAMMAN​ is referring to Advanced Calling and HD Voice.  You can turn that off, but that is not what Advanced LTE is

- Advanced Calling is using LTE to carry voice data using IP protocols, I.e, VoIP

- HD Voice is part of Advanced Calling that allows higher fidelity voice when both phone are compatible

- Advanced LTE is carrier aggregation.  This allows the phone to use different frequencies at the same time to get faster data speeds.  For example, if you have a Verizon signal on band 13 and band 4 your phone will be able to use both at once -- aggregate them into one fast incoming data stream. 

RMCCAMMAN
Contributor - Level 2

@weth thank you for the clarification and I just learned something!