Samsung Galaxy S2 LTE had problem sending SMS when used on Rogers LTE network in Canada. Find out in here an ugly work around.
While using the Samsung Galaxy S2 LTE on Rogers LTE network here in Canada (Toronto/Ontario), we seems to have a problem sending SMS. Each time we send an SMS we got a "failed" error posted right behind the message. The error is showing in the error screenshot on the side.
OK, after toying around for a while I have discovered that switching back to either 4G or 3G will resolve the problem. You can do that by following the below steps:
1- Go to Setting
2- Click on "Wireless and network"
3- Scroll down and go to "Mobile Networks"
4- Go to "Network Mode"
5- Change it to "GSM/HSPA(Auto mode)" from the default which is "GSM/HSPA/LTE(Auto Mode)"
I know what you are thinking, you area already paying an extra 10-20 dollar to get on the LTE network & now I am telling you to switch it off if you want to send SMS. Well, some time reality is so painful & this is one of these cases. I have visited Rogers office & called support and said we have just to wait till their new LTE network is really ready. I guess we will be paying for them to fix & test their system!! Time to screem "YOUR LTE SUCKS. YOU HAVE MADE US WAIT FOR TOO LONG AND YOU STILL NOT READY!!!!!"
Your next step: Go to your Rogers or call them and complain about it!!!!