The connection settings of the Samsung Galaxy S7 are factory configured so that the smartphone automatically connects with the fastest mobile network, thus the LTE network. Would you like for various reasons that the Samsung Galaxy S7 is not connected with the LTE network, then you can disable your LTE as follows on the Samsung Galaxy S7:
Navigate to the following submenu of Android marshmallow on your Samsung Galaxy S7:
Home screen -- > menu --> settings --> section "connections" --> Mobile networks
In this submenu you will now find the following menu:
- network mode
Tap at the entry and a window will appear with the following options:
- LTE / 3G / 2G (automatically)
- 3G / 2G (automatically)
- 3G only
- 2G only
To turn off LTE on the Samsung Galaxy S7, you must only se the label on one of the bottom three entries.
3G / 2G promises a compromise to be quickly on the network and obtain good network coverage.
"2G only" corresponds to the GSM mode. The Internet connection in this setting is very slow, the network coverage very good. You know now how you can turn off on the Samsung Galaxy S7 the LTE connection.
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