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How to run 4G Sim Card in 3G phone – GoogleTechno

A SIM card, also known as a subscriber identity module, is a smart card that stores data for GSM cellular telephone subscribers. Such data includes user identity, location and phone number, network authorization data, personal security keys, contact lists and stored text messages. 3G, very simply, is a type of mobile phone technology that allows you to make calls, texts and access the internet. The term 3G stands for Third Generation.

 if you think how to run 4G Sim in 3G mobile, don’t worry just follow given steps. i preferred that Use all given solution one by one, because every device model has different Processor so try all methods which is compatible with your phone. this all method do on your own risk i am not responsible of any of your mobile damage.

Follow this steps

# Solution 1:

Step 1: Download and install both app from Play Store.

Xorware 2G/3G/4G Switcher

Xorware 2G/3G/4G Interface App.

Step 2: Open app and choose the Network setting.

Step 3: Select network mode to 4G LTE.

Step 4: Simply click on Apply button.

Step 5: Make your changes and Restart your phone.

# Solution 2:

Step 1: Dial *#*#4636#*#* in dial pad. “Testing page” will appear.

Step 2: Select ‘Phone information‘.

Step 3: Scroll down little select “Set preferred Network Type“.

Step 4: Select ‘LTE‘ and ‘Switch off‘ mobile and put 4G sim in ‘Sim Slot 1‘ and ‘Turn ON‘ Mobile.

# Solution 3:

Qualcomm Chips set Smartphone

Step 1: Download and install Shortcut master (Lite) App.

Step 2: Select and open “Menu Option“.

Step 3: And Search for Engineering Mode app or Service Menu.

Step 4: Change ‘LTE‘ Band. Or Open ‘Engineering Mode‘ Open it and change LTE band.

#Solution 4:

Step 1: Download and install MTK Engineering Mode App from play store.

Step 2: Open app and select “MTK settings“.

Step 3: Now select “Preferred Network Option” select 4G/WCDMA/GSM and save.

Step 4: Switch OFF mobile phone insert 4G Sim card in Sim slot 1 and Turn ON.

Note : i am not responsible for any of your mobile damage do this all on your own risk.

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