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  1. Nrbelex's Avatar
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    The EV-DO icon changes subtly depending on signal strength and usage. Sometimes it's dark with light font. Sometimes its light with dark font. There are probably other combinations...

    Does anyone have a key or an understanding of what each version of the symbol means?

    Thanks
    Brett
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    I've the same question, but was too afraid to ask. hehehe
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    I believe light with dark font means no data currently being sent/received, and dark with light font means data currently being sent/received.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NachoB View Post
    I believe light with dark font means no data currently being sent/received, and dark with light font means data currently being sent/received.
    correct. color has nothing to do with signal
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    Quote Originally Posted by NachoB View Post
    I believe light with dark font means no data currently being sent/received, and dark with light font means data currently being sent/received.
    Thats correct. Now the EVDO vs evdo non caps i don't understand


    FYI 1X (slower than EVDO) is non EVDO <- doesn't mean its roaming, just that there isn't a EVDO connection.
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    I've only ever seen "Ev", and not "EV". Or I just haven't paid that close attention to whether the v was capital or not.
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    so, 1x would be "G" as opposed to "3g" Live in Puyallup, Wa. Pretty good coverage out here. Have only had 1x once, was still usable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Butters3605 View Post
    so, 1x would be "G" as opposed to "3g" Live in Puyallup, Wa. Pretty good coverage out here. Have only had 1x once, was still usable.
    1x would be 2G.

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