How to Turn Off 4G LTE on Droid Bionic [Video]

Motorola Droid Bionic is my current favorite Android smartphone because of its fast performance and incredibly fast 4G LTE speeds.

While it’s great to have super-fast downloads and uploads, 4G connectivity is a pain on your Bionic battery life and limited 2GB data plan. Tiered data plans can be Bionic’s weak spot.

In a day of testing 4G LTE speeds, uploading and downloading tons of videos, and using the device as a mobile hotspot, I’ve already scrutinized over 700MB of data.

For more on battery life and performance, check out our Droid Bionic Review.

How to Turn Off 4G LTE on Droid Bionic?

If you want to turn off the 4G connection on the Motorola Droid Bionic to save battery life or use your data more slowly, you can do this quite quickly from the settings.

The video above shows you how to turn off 4G LTE on Bionic and the steps are listed below.

If you want to turn 4G LTE back on, go to the same menu and select CMDA/LTE. I normally leave 4G LTE on to enjoy the speeds it brings, but if I’m worried about battery life on a long trip, I turn it off.

Unless you live on the edge of a 4G LTE market where your phone can change over and over, you can leave 4G LTE on. If you’re in 3G coverage, you won’t be using extra power with the default settings.

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