Droid Bionic Tutorial: Turning Off The Battery Eating LTE Connection
Motorola Droid Bionic is already in the hands of many of our friends and relative, and we have received the first complain regarding the missing LTE switch. Well, the HTC Thunderbolt users have gone through the initial horror of battery drainage at catastrophe level, blamed on the 4G radio.
How to turn off the LTE connection on Droid Bionic:
- Go to your phone settings
- Go down to the wireless and networks
- Tap on mobile network
- Now simply select network mode and choose CDMA Only
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The carriers are not providing the LTE or 4G connection everywhere in the country and you will also not require the battery eating internet experience very often. So, turning off the LTE/4G connection is the best way to increase your Droid Bionic battery backup.
Note: To turn on the LTE connection, simply repeat the above steps and when in Network Mode select CDMA/LTE.