1. kenchang83's Avatar
    hi,

    need some help here, i got my z10 (ST-0003) from Canada, but i'm living in Australia (they sell ST-0002 model here), as Vodafone Australia just rolled out 4G network, is it possible to use Vodafone's 4G network on ST-0003 by flash 0002's radio file into it? or there is any other ways to make it work? thank you in advance.
    06-27-13 02:22 AM
  2. Cap_172R's Avatar
    If the STL100-2 is the device that utilizes the 4G/LTE bands for that network, the STL100-3 will not work (it is a hardware issue --> bands/frequencies cannot be changed)
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    06-27-13 02:48 AM
  3. 3hb78ftg's Avatar
    If the STL100-2 is the device that utilizes the 4G/LTE bands for that network, the STL100-3 will not work (it is a hardware issue --> bands/frequencies cannot be changed)
    I always thought that the -2/-3 used the same radio file and that's why there compatible.

    Besides, ATT has the -3 and their 4G/LTE.

    SILENCE!!! For I have spoken...
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    06-27-13 09:17 AM
  4. Kris Simundson's Avatar
    As long as the 4G they rolled out is on one of your devices capable bands it'll work just fine

    Posted via my Q10 SQN100-1
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    06-27-13 01:52 PM
  5. kenchang83's Avatar
    thank you guys, i think i saw it somewhere that -2 and -3 model have the same chip, that's why i thought they should work.
    06-27-13 09:47 PM
  6. kenchang83's Avatar
    As long as the 4G they rolled out is on one of your devices capable bands it'll work just fine

    Posted via my Q10 SQN100-1
    hi Kris,

    could you tell me how can i find out if the 4G band is on one of my device's compatible bands pls? is there anywhere i can find out? the radio files you gave says for -2 and -3, does it mean any bands working on -2 we can make them to work on -3 by flash the radio?

    just did some search, Vodafone Australia is using 1800MHz band for 4G network, which the -2 model is using, while -3 (mine) is using Quad Band LTE 2, 5, 4, 17 (700/850/1900/1700 MHz), can I flash -2's radio file into my -3 to make it work on 1800MHz? if so, where can I get -2's radio file? as i saw the one you put out for download is for both -2 and -3, not sure how to set the phone to 1800MHz.

    sorry for so many questions, just want to be sure or as sure as i can before i do something silly.
    Last edited by kenchang83; 06-28-13 at 12:08 AM.
    06-27-13 10:04 PM
  7. magsasaka's Avatar
    hi Kris,

    could you tell me how can i find out if the 4G band is on one of my device's compatible bands pls? is there anywhere i can find out? the radio files you gave says for -2 and -3, does it mean any bands working on -2 we can make them to work on -3 by flash the radio?

    just did some search, Vodafone Australia is using 1800MHz band for 4G network, which the -2 model is using, while -3 (mine) is using Quad Band LTE 2, 5, 4, 17 (700/850/1900/1700 MHz), can I flash -2's radio file into my -3 to make it work on 1800MHz? if so, where can I get -2's radio file? as i saw the one you put out for download is for both -2 and -3, not sure how to set the phone to 1800MHz.

    sorry for so many questions, just want to be sure or as sure as i can before i do something silly.
    I think it's not about the radio file. It's a hardware incompatibility


    Posted using The Z10
    06-30-13 02:19 PM

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