What's the difference among the 3 radio buttons?

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Jun 28, 2017 4:00:26 AM via Website

James_Watson

The screenshot as below.

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[1]: https://fscl01.fonpit.de/userfiles/6936538/image/forum/radio_buttons.png

Airplane mode:
It's to turn off all connections of your device (calls, wifi, sending or receiving SMS or e-mails, bluetooth,etc)

Mobile data:
When this option is on it allows you to connect to the internet.

4G:
This function connects your phone to the 4G network.

I hope I've helped you anyway.

AC&MM
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Jun 28, 2017 6:22:20 AM via Website

James_Watson

Thank you, AC&MM.
But I think that if 'Mobile data' is disabled, '4G' should be disabled automatically. Is it right?

There's another thing I forgot to mention: the 4G network works for both, internet access and calls connections. So, even if the mobile data is disabled, the 4G network will allow better calls connections only.

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AC&MM
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Jun 28, 2017 1:07:46 PM via Website

AC&MM

James_Watson

Thank you, AC&MM.
But I think that if 'Mobile data' is disabled, '4G' should be disabled automatically. Is it right?

There's another thing I forgot to mention: the 4G network works for both, internet access and calls connections. So, even if the mobile data is disabled, the 4G network will allow better calls connections only.

Thanks for the explanation; it's all now clear as crystal.