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Although the Nexus 4 has been recognized as the best Google smartphone so far due to its sleek design, powerful performance and affordable price, it lacks the feature that many smartphone customers seek nowadays which is the LTE support. However, one Reddit user named Yarzospatflute recently revealed a way to enable the T-Mobile Nexus 4
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