Vodafone mobile 3G/HSUPA mode

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loopax

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How can i prevent my Vodafone usb stick device to enter in 3G mode when the network is very low usage or not at all. If i open google for example, it turns automatically on HSUPA mode with a better speed, but if im doing nothing after 1min or so it goes back on 3G more slower speed. So the 3G / HSUPA mode is auto switched depending on demand based on how much speed is needed at that moment.
I am playing an online game and the network usage by the game when im inside playing it, is not in that range to trigger the HSUPA mode, and just stay in 3G causing me to have lots of lag, is there a workaround for this so when im playing the game to be connected with HSUPA instead of 3G? ( i was thinking about some kinda of slow trafic generator that generates a litle trafic continuously to trigger that HSUPA mode while im playing, but not sure if is possible and also not too much to affect my conection speed which is slow anyway on a mobile)
You can see in the picture, the ping on google while its both modes, as u can see 3-5times ping increase while its on 3G.
Any ideeas ? thanks
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DoubleHelix

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It's either an option in the software or it can't be changed and is controlled by the carrier. I'd lean toward the latter.
 
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