With all the awesome features Samsung Galaxy S9 and note devices feature, having support for 4G LTE network is something most tech enthusiasts don’t talk about often. This is due to the fact that previous galaxy smartphones from the past had this feature, they had 4G LTE support. 4G network can be enabled on the Samsung galaxy s9 and note devices when a 4G enabled sim is inserted.
Making use of the 4G LTE support the Samsung Galaxy S9 and note devices feature, goes beyond just inserting a 4G enabled sim, it takes some setting configuration to fully exercise the 4G LTE capabilities of the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Note devices. Failure to get the configuration right might leave you with a lower network signal for surfing and calls. In this article, I am going to be giving a tutorial on how to force 4G network on Samsung Galaxy S9 and note devices.
Forcing 4G LTE on the Samsung Galaxy S9 and note devices essentially means setting 4G only network. This way network doesn’t automatically drop to lower services like 2G or 3G. You are able to surf the net and make calls with supersonic speeds.
How to Force/Turn On 4G LTE Only on Samsung S9 and Note Devices
- Open the settings app on your Samsung
- In the settings app, select connections
- Select mobile networks
- Select network mode
- Select LTE/WCDMA/GSM (auto connect) to enable 4G LTE network
Activating LTE/WCDMA/GSM auto connect mode will keep a stable 4G network on the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Note devices. This way network won’t drop to 3G or 2G when the network is not very strong.
There you have it. You have successfully learned how to force or turn on the 4G LTE feature on the Samsung Galaxy S9 android and the Samsung Note series device.