How to enable all 4G LTE and 5G Bands on Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra

The latest flagships released by Samsung come with a wide range of 4G LTE and 5G bands. However, they are usually hidden and their usability is restricted by Samsung, largely because of the fact that different countries make use of different band frequencies for different spectrums.

As this limitation is largely software-based, you can easily bypass it and enable all LTE and 5G bands on your Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra.

Say that you reside in India but you have imported your smartphone from the United States, it is obvious that India uses different bands compared to the US carriers. You can easily carry out this tweak, unlock it, and enable the band that’s in sync with your region.

After that, you’ll be able to use 5G bands right away. In some cases, the carrier itself blocks some bands and frequencies even if you’re in the supported region. To overcome these restrictions, you can carry out the workaround mentioned below.

How to enable all 4G LTE and 5G Bands on Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra

How to enable all 4G LTE and 5G Bands on Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra

  • Start by opening the Service Mode using the following command –

*#73# or *#27663368378#*

  • After that, you should head over to UE SETTING & INFO -> Setting -> System
  • Then, go to the next page four times and Set LTE Band Config before setting Default LTE Band
  • After that, you should bring up the Service Mode page using the below command –

*#73# or *#27663368378#*

  • After that, you should head over to UE SETTING & INFO -> Setting -> Protocol -> NR5G
  • Then, you should go to NR5G Prune Status -> Remove NR5G Prune
  • Then, you need to open the Service Mode page using the following command –

*#73# or *#27663368378#*

  • Now, you will have to go to UE SETTING & INFO -> Setting -> Protocol
  • Choose GCF -> Remove Only NR Whitelist
  • If you’re looking to enable mmWave bands too, you should bring up Service Mode too
  • After that, head over to UE SETTING & INFO -> Setting -> Protocol
  • Now, choose NR5G -> Sub6/mmWave -> All Enable
Aviral Sharma
Aviral Sharma
Aviral Sharma is a talented and passionate writer who has been using words to express his thoughts ever since he learnt how to hold a pen. He is passionate about outer space, history, sports and most importantly technology. Aviral is a regular writer for rootmygalaxy.net and has been getting better by the day. He currently own Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra, iPhone 13 and a HP Pavilion laptop

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