What is H+ signal means?
“H+” signal on a mobile phone typically indicates that the device is connected to an HSPA (High-Speed Packet Access) network, which is a type of 3G network that provides faster data speeds than the traditional 3G network. HSPA networks offer theoretical download speeds of up to 14.4 Mbps and upload speeds of up to 5.76 Mbps.
The “H+” symbol is displayed on the mobile device when the device is connected to an HSPA network that is capable of providing high-speed data. In general, the HSPA network is an improved version of the traditional 3G network and provides faster data transfer speeds to the users. However, the actual speed that you experience may vary depending on factors such as network coverage, signal strength, and the type of device you are using.
How to change H+ to 4g signal?
To change from “H+” to “4G” signal, you can follow these steps:
- Open the settings app on your mobile phone.
- Find the “Mobile Networks” or “Network Settings” option and select it.
- Look for the “Network Mode” or “Preferred Network Type” option and select it.
- Choose “LTE” or “4G” from the list of available network modes or preferred network types.
- Save the changes and exit the settings app.
Your phone should now attempt to connect to a 4G network. Keep in mind that the network mode you select may impact the speed and quality of your data connection, as well as your ability to make calls and send text messages. It’s important to choose the network mode that works best for your needs and your location.
If you are unable to switch to a 4G network, it may be due to poor network coverage in your area. You can try moving to an area with better network coverage or contacting your mobile service provider for assistance.