Question about Cell Phones
That is a built-in feature of the phone -- the hardware. If it's 3G only, you'd have to get a new/different phone that is 4G capable.
Posted on Nov 08, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If I'm not wrong most of the hidden are shown in the cell phone. If your cell phone support USB than try yourself from your system (PC) there Show your hidden files.(suppose if you are using windows 7 than try this step if you don't show your hidden file or folder(s) Click on Organize>Folder and search options>In folder options> Click on view>show hidden files, folders, and drives)
In case if you can't do it by yourself than please refer to the nearest mobile service centre in case if your OS(Operating System) has been corrupted.
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Posted on Sep 18, 2012
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