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  • Pro 5 4G/LTE PROBLEM


    i have a meizu pro 5.
    i was very happy to have this phone untill 4g coverage started in TURKEY on 01.04.2016.
    i got in touch with my carrier(turkcell) and they said me that your device is not registered in our system.i want to do it myself but they refused.only the manufacturers can register their devices in carriers systems.also i did a research in internet and i found that all the meizu owners in europe and turkey have same problems.meizu devices does not supports european lte/4g bands.

    i am very disappointed.is there anybody how to fix this problem?

  • @Ali-ZOBAR what type of pro5 do you have? Which version? I am also living in Europe and i do have 4g/lte band activated and my data is on… So… Maybe is the type of your pro5… Maybe the chinese version? Maybe folks know… If you upgrade to A version it might fix your issue… Just saying… ;)

  • @DanCo90 0_1459870535890_S60405-162847.jpg
    i have chinese version but i switched G version with rom.

  • @Ali-ZOBAR try to upgrade to the latest beta firmware… give it a try… backup with titanium and then update… you have nothing to lose…:)

  • @DanCo90 which one?

  • @Ali-ZOBAR try the latest beta version 5.6.3.29

  • More and more manufacturers try to include as many 4G LTE compatibility bands in the devices, but it may still happen that the smartphone is not able to connect to the lightning fast network, because it may have been designed for a particular region. For example, if the device is designed for Chinese market only, it will most likely work with Chinese LTE frequency bands (TD-LTE). However, if the device is designed for international audience, it will most likely be capable of 4G LTE network in your area.

    In general, LTE has its band number (from 1 to 40) and frequencies (from 700 MHz to 2600 MHz).

    To be sure, here is some information regarding 4G LTE compatibility in your region:

    Asia – 1800, 2600 MHz (band numbers 1, 3, 5, 7, 8, 11, 13, 40);

    Europe – 700, 800, 900, 1800, 2600 MHz (band numbers 3, 7, 20);

    North America – 700, 750, 800, 850, 1900, 1700/2100, 2500 and 2600 MHz (band numbers 4, 7, 12, 13, 17, 25, 26, 41);

    South America – 1800, 1900, 2500 MHz (band numbers 3, 7, 20);

    Australia, New Zeland – 1800, 2300 MHz (bands 3, 40).

    NOTE: since the 4G LTE network is still under development in some countries, the carriers may start using different bands. Also, different network carriers in your country may operate on different frequencies and bands. Moreover, make sure if the area you live is covered by the 4G LTE. Finally, please make sure the exact carrier you are going to use in your country. It may sound a bit complicated will all these different bands and frequencies, but keep in mind that one smartphone is usually capable of many different 4G LTE bands: the international model will most likely work in your area, Chinese models will work for sure in China, BUT YOU HAVE ALWAYS NEED TO CHECK BEFORE BUYING!

    So which devices are worth your attention? Let’s take a look (we do not stress the particular order of the devices).

    MEIZU MX4 PRO IS THIS…NOT SURE WHAT THE 5 PRO DOES…SO FIND OUT AND COMPARE THAT TO THE PROVIDER IN YOUR COUNTRY…TO SUGGEST YOU HAVE TO REGISTER IS NOT IT I AM AFRAID…I DONT THINK PHONE SOFTWARE MATTERS TOO MUCH…ITS THE HARDWARE THAT DOES

    Detailed 4G info:

    1800, 2100, 2600 MHz (band numbers 1, 3, 7);

    TD-LTE 1900, 2300, 2500, 2600 MHz (band numbers 38, 39, 40, 41).

  • @Ali-ZOBAR on the back of your pro5 is written something… Down… Under “designed by Meizu. Made in china” on mine it says “pro5 TD-LTE”… What does yours says???

  • @DanCo90 4g-lte is wide and has been splitted in several bands. Depending the country you are, not all of the are used (depends your provider). And not all bands allowed by pro 5 (for example band 20).
    You need to check what applies to your case but keep in mind that pro 5 is essentially used in China and therefore fully compatible with China bands mainly

    Meizu PRO 5 4Gb | ID changed, rooted & running latest G build (beta) + Xposed + TWRP

  • @DanCo90 0_1459925527673_IMG-20160406-WA0000.jpg here is mine.whats is your opinion? last night i checked my phone box and i saw 800mhz band is also included

  • @Kikounet95 how do i check my device compability to these bands?

  • @Ali-ZOBAR i think i found the problem.please check out my bands 0_1459956709588_P60406-182312.jpg .there is no 800mhz band i am very disappointed

  • WHAT DOES YOUR INVOICE SAY ABOUT THE MODEL??

    NOT SURE IF ALL THIS IS HELPFUL
    This link is to change the region after you recheck which PHONE YOU HAVE AND band you need…maybe if you change the region to International like I have it may work better? PERHAPS OTHERS MORE QUALIFIED THAN ME CAN ASSIST YOU?
    http://forum.xda-developers.com/meizu-mx/general/tutorial-change-region-id-to-t3323883
    DO NOT DO ANYTHING INCLUDING THIS …UNLESS AT YOUR OWN RISK AND PERIL AS I AM A NEWBIE TO THIS SORT OF CHAT…JUST INTERESTED HOW THESE PHONES WORK

    here are the machine types ALTHO I HAVE THE hk iNTERNATIONAL M576H VERSION (AND I USE THE I INTERNATIONAL SOFTWARE……
    machine_type=M576_unicom_custom - U version = China Unicom (my phone)
    machine_type=M576_mobile_public - A version = Chinese
    machine_type=M576_intl_official - I/G version = International

    and the bands

    Meizu Pro 5 M576U Dual SIM TD-LTE 32GB (Meizu NIUX) supports 4 GSM bands, 2 UMTS bands, and 5 LTE bands.
    Supported Frequency Bands (11)
    GSM
    Name Interface
    850
    GSM

    900 (E-GSM)
    GSM

    1800 (DCS)
    GSM

    1900 (PCS)
    GSM

    Supported GSM Protocols
    Name Generation
    GPRS 2.5G
    EDGE 2.5G

    UMTS
    Name Interface
    B1 (2100)
    UMTS

    B8 (900 GSM)
    UMTS

    Supported UMTS Protocols
    Name Generation
    UMTS 3G
    HSDPA 3.5G
    HSUPA 3.5G
    HSPA+ 3.5G (4G speed)

    LTE
    Name Interface
    B3 (1800 +)
    LTE

    B38 (TD 2600)
    LTE

    B39 (TD 1900 +)
    LTE

    B40 (TD 2300)
    LTE

    B41 (TD 2500)
    LTE

    Supported LTE Protocols
    Name Generation
    LTE 4G
    LTE-A 4G

    Meizu Pro 5 M576 Dual SIM TD-LTE / MX5 Pro 64GB (Meizu NIUX) supports 4 GSM bands, 3 UMTS bands, and 5 LTE bands.

    Supported Frequency Bands (12)
    GSM
    Name Interface
    850
    GSM

    900 (E-GSM)
    GSM

    1800 (DCS)
    GSM

    1900 (PCS)
    GSM

    Supported GSM Protocols
    Name Generation
    GPRS 2.5G
    EDGE 2.5G

    UMTS
    Name Interface
    B1 (2100)
    UMTS

    B34 (TD 2000)
    UMTS

    B39 (TD 1900 +)
    UMTS

    Supported UMTS Protocols
    Name Generation
    UMTS 3G
    HSDPA 3.5G
    HSUPA 3.5G
    HSPA+ 3.5G (4G speed)
    TD-SCDMA 3G
    TD-HSDPA 3.5G

    LTE
    Name Interface
    B3 (1800 +)
    LTE

    B38 (TD 2600)
    LTE

    B39 (TD 1900 +)
    LTE

    B40 (TD 2300)
    LTE

    B41 (TD 2500)
    LTE

    Supported LTE Protocols
    Name Generation
    LTE 4G
    LTE-A 4G

  • @Ali-ZOBAR i found application at google play with a named 4g switcher. the application can give permition to arrange network as a LTE only and than you will reach 4G network. you may see detailed picture as below.1_1460018656693_S60407-114011.jpg 0_1460018656689_S60407-113909.jpg

  • @ca876 Changing the region ID doesn’t affects allowed bands for 4G…

    @cptka English please, because it could be confusing for all, otherwise use the internationnal forum subsection…
    EDIT Thanks

    Meizu PRO 5 4Gb | ID changed, rooted & running latest G build (beta) + Xposed + TWRP

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